This video from the Madison Project speaks for itself.
This video from the Madison Project speaks for itself.
The unambiguous strategy of the GOP establishment this year has been to avoid any and all confrontation in the hopes of gliding into a Senate majority in 2015. To that end, they have capitulated on all of the major leverage points, passed a number of Democrat spending bills, and are in the process of pushing “small-ball” legislation in the House so as not to rock | Read More »
Matt Bevin ran a company, something Mitch McConnell has not done. While running that company, Matt Bevin put his signature on a prospectus for his company in which the company touted the economic benefits that would be derived from TARP. Pretty much every financially oriented business in America did the same at the time. That’s what Mitch McConnell, George Bush, Hank Paulson, and virtually everyone | Read More »
Like most establishment Republicans, Mitch McConnell is not a liberal or a conservative; his ideology is power. He will stand for whatever helps grease the skids of his pay-for-play career. If that means pushing a conservative idea one day, he’ll readily do so. But if that means quietly growing government, he will oblige in a second. The latest example of his pay-for-play is a story | Read More »
I just read an article by Kathleen Hunter on Bloomberg.net entitled “Cruz Senate Stunt Goes Unpunished as Old Tools Don’t Work” (http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-02-14/cruz-senate-stunt-goes-unpunished-as-old-tools-don-t-work.html?cmpid=yhoo.inline), and sit in utter amazement at how her reporting can be so biased — and just flat-out wrong. Ms. Hunter states in the article: “[Senator Mitch] McConnell had to vote “yes” on advancing the debt bill to bring along enough fellow Republicans …” | Read More »
Senators Mitch McConnell and John Cornyn say they put the country first. The debt ceiling needed to be raised. Ted Cruz opposed raising it. So McConnell and Cornyn voted to shut down Ted Cruz. They voted to cut off debate on raising the debt ceiling so that it could be raised. McConnell and Cornyn have both been very clear about this. John Cornyn told the | Read More »
We all agree that Sen. Harry Reid must be dethroned. Even from a liberal perspective, he has completely destroyed the structure of the Senate by shutting down the open amendment process, thereby eradicating the most important difference between the upper house and the lower house of the legislative branch. This year, we have the opportunity to vanquish Reid by defeating his liberal lieutenants in conservative | Read More »
And so it came to pass that after a lot of bluster, the Republican leadership in Congress caved yet again to Obama on the debt ceiling and gave Obama want he demanded- a clean bill. After months of promising to gain some concessions from Obama on issues ranging from the Keystone pipeline to Obamacare, the GOP walks away with nothing again. To make matters worse, | Read More »
Holy cow!! This ad is the most awesome political ad of the season so far. And it is absolutely accurate.You people need to join me in sending the Senate Conservatives Fund more money so they can get it on the air and keep it up. I saw this ad last night and immediately sent another $100.00. This is the long form web ad, but it’ll | Read More »
Ever since Senator Mitch McConnell sensed some vulnerability from his Republican base in Kentucky, he has cunningly voted the right way on most major issues, but of course waiting until the outcome was no longer in doubt. McConnell’s painstaking management of his voting record began in two tranches – a mild drift to the right once Trey Grayson was defeated by Rand Paul in 2010 | Read More »
Mitch McConnell became the key vote today to give Barack Obama blank check to increase the national debt. This debt ceiling increase is not tied to a month, but rather a time period. Consequently, the President can grow the national debt as much as he wants during that time.Sen. Ted Cruz refused to let the Senate give the President a blank check with a simple | Read More »
If there is any agreement on fiscal issues in Washington it is that we must do something about the growing debt and long-term unfunded liabilities. With the debt exploding by over $6.6 trillion under Obama’s watch, the only leverage conservatives had to force a path to balance the budget was the debt ceiling – a built-in check on runaway spending. Yet, ever since they took | Read More »
So it looks like McConnell and his surrogate Sons Of Mitches are at that point where we see his challenger Matt Bevin gaining on him. He’s gone from 50 points behind to 20 and he’s starting to peak in the 30’s when it comes to polling. McConnell and his surrogate Sons Of Mitches have seen this play out before with Rand, Cruz and Rubio in the | Read More »
Despite all the talk about partisan acrimony in Washington, the establishment in both parties is doing a great job working together to pass amnesty. In fact, their carefully choreographed kabuki theater in the media should win them awards for great team work against the Country Class. The news out of Washington last week was that Speaker John Boehner got the message loud and clear from | Read More »
This is where I go down the line of endorsing five candidates every Friday. These are all candidates for Senate. Here we go. Matt Bevin – KY I want McConnell gone more than ever now. Matt Bevin is a constitutionalist in similar style to Rand Paul and Mike Lee. Very solid on all the issues down the line. Endorsement sealed. Shane Osborne – NE This | Read More »