His delivery may seem Steven Wright-esque dead-pan at times. But no matter whether you are a particular fan of that comedian, the substance of Representative Thaddeus McCotter’s (R-MI) speech is as solid as any delivered at CPAC’s opening day. He offered a sincere and un-gentle glimpse of Republican majorities past, present and future – and […]
Archive for February 18th, 2010
Liz Cheney addresses National Security and, in particular, the Obama administration’s dangerous and foolish handling of terrorists. From bringing KSM to New York for trial to seeking to bring terrorists onto our soil in relocating them from Gitmo, Cheney draws laughter in sharing her 9-year old’s own observations on the same. Dick Cheney closes out […]
Senator Jim DeMint, Conservatives’ strongest voice in the Senate, follows Marco Rubio’s keynote to convey that, while American Liberty is indeed at a crossroad, the American public has awakened and the prospects for a conservative Republican majority – not simply a Republican majority – in both the House and Senate and beyond are very good.
Conservative Florida candidate for U.S. Senate Marco Rubio delivers the keynote speech to open CPAC 2010. Rubio speaks to American values and ideals and draws on the experiences of his parents and grandfather, Cuban immigrants. While remarking that there are already one too many Arlen Specters in the Senate, there are also no boatloads of […]
ABC is steeply focused on unions and the Obama Administration’s actions to undermine traditional labor in this country. Listen to this raw audio to hear Brett McMahon give a an informative, compelling case for private industry.
Bill and Clyde interview Representative Bishop. Topics: NASA, defense, education, 2010 budget, working within the House, the improper delegation or transfer of power from the Legislative Branch to the Executive Branch, and more.