Sunday, August 2, 2015

GOP PICNIC AUGUST 2nd

With so much riding on the next election, this will be a busy year for Republicans all over the country. Meet fellow Republicans and like-minded neighbors at our Annual GOP Picnic. Find out how you can get involved, or just come for the fun of it.

This year it is at the Moose Lodge in Eureka. It's Pot-Luck, no charge, come on down!


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Tuesday, July 28, 2015

The Louisiana Healthcare Cooperate, marks the second Obamacare co-op to collapse this year

Carly the Communicator

Obama Might Not Follow Law if Congress Blocks Iran Deal



Part of the Pentagon's email network was just taken offline

“Due to the overwhelming interest in the FOX News Facebook Debate Event Night on August 6th and in a concerted effort to include and accommodate the now 16 Republican candidate field — the largest in modern political history — FOX News is expanding participation in the 5 PM/ET debate to all declared candidates whose names are consistently being offered to respondents in major national polls, as recognized by Fox News,” said Clemente in a statement.



The 9 p.m. debate will include the 10 candidates with the highest average in national polls, as determined by Fox News. The 5 p.m. forum will now include all the rest.


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Republican Presidential debates for 2016 election start next month.
August 6, 2015 - Location – Cleveland, OH - Time 9pm ET
September 16, 2015 - Location – Reagan Library, CA - Time
October, * 2015 – Location – Colorado – Time – *TBD
November * 2015 – Location – Wisconsin – Time – *TBD
December * 2015 – Location - Las Vegas, Nevada – Time – *TBD
January * 2016 – Location - Iowa
February 6, 2016 – Location - St. Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire – Time – *TBD
February 13, 2016 – Location - South Carolina – Time – *TBD
February 26 – Location - Texas – Time – *TBD
March * 2016 – Location – – *TBD
March 10, 2016 – Location – Florida – Time – *TBD

*Debate sponsor have not yet named all of specific dates

Rudy Giuliani: The reality is Donald Trump is getting even better as a candidate & yes he's good for the GOP





Senate Republicans champion a renewed push to repeal Obamacare with 51 votes



In a new video...former clinical worker at StemExpress described her job of identifying pregnant women “who met criteria for fetal tissue orders and to harvest fetal body parts after their abortions.”



WARNING: GRAPHIC FOOTAGE













PLANNED PARENTHOOD INVESTIGATION REPORTEDLY SHOWS DOCTORS DISCUSSING HOW TO MAXIMIZE REVENUE FROM SALE OF FETAL TISSUE *GRAPHIC FOOTAGE* - Breitbart















ISIS Leader Had Woman Beheaded As “Wedding Gift” For Female Sharia Enforcer

Monday, July 27, 2015

THE DONALD’S LOG CABIN

Tippecanoe and Donald Trump too, you might say. - Peter Hannaford/American Spectator 6/23/15

In announcing his presidential candidacy, Donald Trump used his patented carnival barker’s routine. After that he took off for New Hampshire to actually campaign.

At his first stop he drew a good-sized crowed. After his pitch, reporters asked some of those attending what they thought of Trump as a candidate. One man told an interviewer, “He says it like it is. I like the fact he started at the bottom and built his success himself.”

The legendary rags-to-riches story? Not exactly. Donald Trump was the son of Fred Trump, a well-established and wealthy real estate developer in New York City. His company, Elizabeth Trump and Son, specialized in middle-class rental housing in Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island. Unglamorous, but it filled a need.

After some earlier school difficulties, young Donald was sent to the New York Military Academy to shape up, which he did. There, he earned academic honors and played on the football, soccer, and baseball teams. He then spent two years at Fordham University followed by two, and a degree, at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, which at the time was one of the few universities with a real estate degree program.

Donald started at the bottom (if you consider an assignment from his father “the bottom”) before he graduated from Penn. Father Fred, sensing that Donald had a real knack for the business, asked him to come up with a plan to turn around a foreclosed apartment complex in Cincinnati. He did, and the company sold the project for a solid profit a few years later.

“The Donald” was off and running. In 1971, his father turned over control of the company to Donald who renamed it The Trump Organization. From this point on he embarked on a long series of projects, nearly all of them successful. He built numerous apartment and office towers, hotels, casinos, golf courses, “reality” television shows and he owns the Miss Universe beauty pageant.

Back to that fan in New Hampshire who admires Trump for pulling himself up by his bootstraps—so the speak. Therein may lie the formula for campaign success. Trump, who brags endlessly about everything else, could begin bragging about his humble beginnings (part-time job to put himself through college) and his determination (real) to succeed.

There is a political precedent for this sort of borrowed personal history. In the first half of the 19th century it was popular among politicians to have log cabin roots. That is, they were born in one or at least their parents were. It was true of Lincoln, but not of some others. Take one of the most successful users, William Henry Harrison, the 9th president, elected in 1840. He was governor of the large Indiana Territory (now several states) after winning the Battle of Tippecanoe over area tribes.

After the Whigs nominated him a Baltimore newspaper controlled by Democrats disparaged him, writing that he should be given “a barrel of hard cider and pension of two thousand a year and… he will sit the remainder of his days in a log cabin…” This gave him the humble-beginnings touch he needed. In fact, he was born at Berkeley Plantation, a large spread on the James River in Virginia. It had been in his family since 1726 and his grandfather was a signer of the Declaration of Independence.

Harrison’s supporters buried that “elitist” background. All campaign signs and badges emblazoned with a log cabin. Every headquarters was called a “log cabin,” with the latch string out and a hard cider on tap.

The Democrats’ candidate, Martin Van Buren, of Kinderhook, New York, was always impeccably tailored and was thus depicted as a dandy against plain, old Log Cabin Harrison, who won.

So there it is, a winning strategy for The Donald.
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Peter Hannaford was closely associated with the late President Reagan for a number of years. He is a member of the board of the Committee on the Present Danger. His latest book is ◼ “Presidential Retreats.”

FOR YOUR TRAVEL INCONVENIENCE

Take it from an experienced traveler: it doesn’t have to be this way. - Peter Hannaford/American Spectator 6/27/2015

POLLS: Carly Fiorina Moves into Top 10...



Republican Presidential debates for 2016 election start next month.
August 6, 2015 - Location – Cleveland, OH - Time 9pm ET
September 16, 2015 - Location – Reagan Library, CA - Time
October, * 2015 – Location – Colorado – Time – *TBD
November * 2015 – Location – Wisconsin – Time – *TBD
December * 2015 – Location - Las Vegas, Nevada – Time – *TBD
January * 2016 – Location - Iowa
February 6, 2016 – Location - St. Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire – Time – *TBD
February 13, 2016 – Location - South Carolina – Time – *TBD
February 26 – Location - Texas – Time – *TBD
March * 2016 – Location – – *TBD
March 10, 2016 – Location – Florida – Time – *TBD

*Debate sponsor have not yet named all of specific dates

Iran to Get More Cash than All U.S. Aid to Israel Since 1948





CLINTON BIMBO ERUPTIONS COME HOME TO ROOST?



Bill Clinton sexual-harassment accuser Kathleen Willey has launched an anti-Hillary Clinton website titled "A Scandal A Day."

The site is partially aimed at recruiting other women who may have been assaulted by the former president.

Calling Hillary Clinton "without a doubt the most corrupt politician that this nation has ever seen," Willey announced the launch of her new website Sunday on "Aaron Klein Investigative Radio," broadcast on New York's AM 970 The Answer and Philadelphia’s NewsTalk 990 AM and online....

Willey said that while she was writing her 2007 book, "Target: Caught in the Crosshairs of Bill and Hillary Clinton," she was anonymously contacted by other women who claimed to have been sexually assaulted by Bill Clinton.

She told Klein the women who called her "were afraid to talk to me because they were afraid my phone was being tapped. They didn’t give me their names. They gave me incidences, time, places, where things happened and what happened."

She continued: "And frankly I was pretty horrified by some of the things they told me. And they were scared to death of Hillary Clinton. And I don’t blame them."

Get the whole story on how sexual harassment at the hands of Bill Clinton turned into bullying at the hands of the Clinton administration in Willey's book "Target: Caught in the Crosshairs of Bill and Hillary Clinton."

“She is the one that everybody should be scared of. All of these women. Hillary Clinton is without a doubt the most corrupt human being, the most corrupt politician that this nation has ever seen, man or woman."...