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Iran Nuke Deal Opposition: Glenn Beck to Join Tea Party Patriots, Center for Security Policy, Zionist Organization of America at DC Rally Sept. 9th
Atlanta, Ga. – Tea Party Patriots announced today that Mercury Radio Arts Founder and CEO Glenn Beck will be speaking at the Stop the Iran Deal Rally on September 9th. Beck is the latest speaker to join a program featuring Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX), who has already invited American businessman Donald Trump to speak as his guest, and Tea Party Patriots CEO and co-founder Jenny Beth Martin. Beck is the host of The Glenn Beck Program, which is the third highest rated program in the United States, and the founder of TheBlaze.com. “Glenn Beck’s decision to speak on September 9th at the Stop the Iran Deal Rally underlines the momentum behind the ...
Iran Nuke Deal Opposition: Tea Party Patriots, Center for Security Policy, Zionist Organization of America To Host DC Rally Sept. 9th
Sen. Ted Cruz, Businessman Donald Trump, and Others To Speak Atlanta, Ga. – On September 9 – the eve of the Congressional votes to disapprove of President Obama's Iran Nuclear Deal – Tea Party Patriots, the Center for Security Policy, and the Zionist Organization of America, will stage a rally on the West Lawn of the Capitol to call on Members of Congress to reject the deal. Additional specifics will follow as they are finalized. Today, keynote speaker Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) announced he has invited businessman Donald Trump to speak, and Trump has accepted. "On the heels of our successful day of activism with supporters, ...
A new poll conducted by Phi Delta Kappa and Gallup shows a majority of Americans – 54 percent – oppose the use of President Obama’s Common Core education mandates in classrooms. Breitbart News reports: The poll’s results come one week after Education Next released its annual poll on school reform, showing that support for the Common Core standards continues to plummet, from 65 percent in 2013 to 53 percent in 2014, and now to 49 percent in 2015. “Americans and public school parents named academic standards as one of the five biggest problems facing the public schools in their community,” states the PDK/Gallup report. “They split on ...
Bill Pascoe, our Man in Washington, has new post on The American Spectator. Thursday evening, the eyes of the political world will be on a stage in Cleveland, Ohio, where the top candidates for the GOP’s 2016 presidential nomination will face off in the first in a series of debates to be held over the next several months. Continue Here
Last week I joined Senator Ted Cruz, Congressman Louie Gohmert, and others at a press event in Senator Cruz’s office to voice our concerns over President Obama's nuclear deal with Iran. My original reservations about this deal were based on the fact that the President was rushing the deal to the United Nations before Congress even had a chance to review the agreement. In my mind, the only thing that is keeping this from being a treaty is the fact that the Administration refuses to call it a treaty. If it walks like a treaty and talks like a treaty, then it should be handled as a treaty and be subject to authorization by no less than two thirds of ...
Washington Post: Walker Says no Need to Moderate Views to Win Voters (Washington Post – Robert Costa)
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said Monday that it is unnecessary for Republicans to moderate their views in order to win over wary voters and suggested that he would run as a conservative should he seek the GOP presidential nomination... Continue here.
WASHINGTON – Reps. Barbara Lee and John Fleming are highly dubious at best about President Barack Obama’s requests for enhanced powers to make trade deals and to deploy the U.S. military. And that’s like oil and water mixing easily... Continue here.
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama's executive order on immigration is down, but not out, as the administration vowed Tuesday to appeal the decision of a federal judge in Texas questioning the White House's legal authority... Continue here.
‘We’re Patriots’: Blount Activists Went to Nashville to Oppose Haslam’s Health Plan (The Daily Times – Mike Gibson)
Blount Countians Marilyn Willocks, Mary Cook and Keith Miller say they did wear red shirts Feb. 4 when they traveled to Nashville to oppose Gov. Bill Haslam’s proposed health care expansion plan Insure Tennessee... Continue here.