Karl Rove should have quit while he was ahead. On Friday, Rove appeared on The O’Reilly Factor and mocked Glenn Beck’s announcement earlier in the week that he was leaving the Republican Party.
Source: Washington Times
The event ran almost two hours. It featured singers and speakers. They included two men who were American security contractors at Benghazi on Sept. 11, 2012. They talked about how Sen. Mark Udall called the incident where four Americans were killed, the biggest “non-issue.”
Tea Party leader Lloyd Marcus, chairman of the Conservative Campaign Committee, leader and author of Confessions of a Black Conservative: How the Left has Shattered the Dreams of Martin Luther King, Jr., and Black America, blasted the mainstream media, the Democrat Party, and establishment D.C. Republicans for smearing the pro-freedom, pro-Constitution Tea Party movement as “racist.”
“And the walls came tumbling down,” is a fitting beginning of the end of the House of RINO, which Eric Cantor was the Majority Leader of. You had to have felt the shattering of political promises being demolished in the mounting rubble that was the Capitol Hill Republican RINO hierarchy.
Selena Owens, a conservative activist, speaker, author and tea-party pioneer, joins WND’s commentary lineup today as an exclusive weekly columnist.
A conservative group’s ad thanking Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) for his efforts to defund the Affordable Care Act is set to air this week during the televised broadcast of multiple National Football League games.
The Campaign to Defeat Barack Obama has launched a new TV ad campaign that counters the push by Obama’s allies in Wisconsin to push for the recall of six Republican State Senators who supported Gov. Scott Walker’s budget reform measures.
Source: Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
A group called the Campaign to defeat Barack Obama says it plans to run ads statewide next week. The group says it has sent a team “to counter the efforts by Barack Obama’s political allies” in the upcoming recalls elections in Wisconsin.
Source: Roll Call
The new group has the ambitious goal of organizing 1 million people against the president through television ads, online petitions and grass-roots events. More than 46,000 people have signed the group’s online petition “to defeat Barack Obama” since January.
Source: National Journal
A newly formed conservative political action committee has released an ad opposing a debt ceiling increase and disputing the $100 billion in cuts that House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, touted in the recent budget agreement. The ad cites the Congressional Budget Office finding that cuts totaled less than $400 million. But its real target is President Obama and his “massive deficit spending.”
Source: FOX Nation
Call it an appetizer, with the main course still to come.
An independent conservative group says it’s going up in some battleground states with a television commercial that’s critical of President Barack Obama, one of the first of what could be many ads by similar groups on the right…
Washington (CNN) – Call it an appetizer, with the main course still to come.
An independent conservative group says it’s going up in some battleground states with a television commercial that’s critical of President Barack Obama…
In the wake of President Barack Obama’s re-election announcement, conservative groups are already laying the groundwork to battle the president in 2012…
Three guys named Joe are teaming up to try and help defeat one guy named Barack.
The Joes, three figures popular among many conservatives, are Maricopa County, Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, 2010 GOP Senate nominee Joe Miller of Alaska and Samuel Joseph Wurzelbacher, better known during the 2008 presidential campaign as “Joe the Plumber.”…
Since November’s elections, those behind the Tea Party Express effort have largely been silent.
But the political action committee that played large roles in getting conservative Republicans nominated in GOP primaries this year now have their eyes on a new target: President Obama’s re-election prospects in 2012…