December 14th, 2014
By Barry Secrest
Many Conservative Americans have grown painfully aware, this week, of a lawless impetus by the Republican establishment in support of Obama's illegal amnesty plan.
We were first made aware of a surprising number of US House member Republicans, who were in support of giving way to Obama on the massive government spending plan.
Despite an election that occurred only about 5 weeks ago-- in which voting Americans swept the so-called Conservative wing of US government into power--a large number of Progressive Republicans have joined in with Obama and the Democrat party and against the election's obvious mandate.
According, rather inadvertently, to the Associated Press, Sen. Ted Cruz moved to spotlight these Senators when he proposed a point of order regarding Obama's executive amnesty plan related to H.R. 83:
"Ted Cruz infuriated several GOP colleagues with a last-minute attempt to force a vote on President Barack Obama's executive actions on immigration.
The move upended lawmakers' weekend plans and, more troubling for his party, gave Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., an opening to move forward on long-stalled Obama nominees.
When Cruz got his vote Saturday, he lost badly, 74-22, as even Republicans who agree with him on immigration repudiated his effort. Moments later, Congress cleared the spending bill."
Cruz, in fact, knew he would lose his motion; however, Senator Cruz thought it important to get the facts down on record with regard to which Republican Senators are actually in support of Obama's lawless amnesty plan.
Now a Permanent Part of the Congressional Record.....
Below is the list of Progressive-Establishment Republicans who voted against Sen. Cruz and actually favor Obama's executive order granting illegal amnesty to at least 4 million illegal aliens, circumventing US law and the US Constitution against the will of the people:
The fact that the Associated Press consistently fails to report the truth behind many of its stories (if the story does not fit with the overall agenda) subsumes the notion that the AP did, in fact, publish the story in order to discredit Conservative Senator Ted Cruz.
According to the AP's storyline, the notion that several Progressive Republicans criticized Cruz was the lede or core idea of their story:
"You should have an end goal in sight if you're going to do these types of things and I don't see an end goal other than irritating a lot of people," said Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah.
Sen. Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., said it was a repeat of last year's shutdown showdown over Obama's health care law, when it was engineered by Cruz and Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah. Isakson said it was a movie he had seen before and "wouldn't have paid money to see it again." He called Cruz's move a problem, not a strategy.
However, the true idea within the impetus of the event, was not how Cruz irritated his Republican colleagues; but rather, the true nature of Cruz's move was to brilliantly expose those Senators, for once and for all, who are not in actual league with the Conservative base of the Republican party.
Now, Obama's co-conspirators within the Republican party have found their permanently exposed place on the public record with just one little procedural vote.
A thing flawlessly executed by the shrewd Senator from Texas, however, the question which now must be asked, aside from all of the usual notions, is why are the Republicans doing this-- and against the will of their own party?
The real reason is not the one being talked about within the usual circles.
December 14th, 2014
"John Boehner has Barack Obama whipping Democrat votes for him. It is Obama talking to recalcitrant Democrats in the Senate trying to get them on board to vote and support the Republican bill. Why are Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Harry Reid, Steny Hoyer, working so hard on John Boehner's behalf?" -Rush
The capitol rotunda under reconstruction....quite appropriate with this last bill passage from the House
By Barry Secrest
Well beyond fascinating are the various new media websites noting which Republicans voted against the massive "Crominubus" spending bill, however, voting against the bill is a well and good thing.
Who voted against the bill is not the issue.
The real issue, in fact, are the Republicans and so-called Conservatives who voted For the massive spending bill and pretty much squandered vast amounts of Conservative political capital in the process, which could have been utilized to beat back the Progressive, lawlessly anti-Constitutional regime which Obama is fielding.
The bill now sits in the Senate, awaiting possible passage.
Here is the list of the damnable--in the US House, the one we should be studying, and with not a few surprises:
|YEA||R||Aderholt, Robert||AL 4th|
|YEA||R||Amodei, Mark||NV 2nd|
|YEA||R||Bachus, Spencer||AL 6th|
|YEA||R||Barletta, Lou||PA 11th|
|YEA||R||Barr, Andy||KY 6th|
|YEA||R||Benishek, Dan||MI 1st|
|YEA||R||Bilirakis, Gus||FL 12th|
|YEA||R||Bishop, Rob||UT 1st|
|YEA||R||Black, Diane||TN 6th|
|YEA||R||Boehner, John||OH 8th|
|YEA||R||Boustany, Charles||LA 3rd|
|YEA||R||Brady, Kevin||TX 8th|
|YEA||R||Brooks, Susan||IN 5th|
|YEA||R||Buchanan, Vern||FL 16th|
|YEA||R||Bucshon, Larry||IN 8th|
|YEA||R||Calvert, Ken||CA 42nd|
|YEA||R||Camp, Dave||MI 4th|
|YEA||R||Capito, Shelley||WV 2nd|
|YEA||R||Carter, John||TX 31st|
|YEA||R||Cassidy, Bill||LA 6th|
|YEA||R||Chabot, Steve||OH 1st|
|YEA||R||Chaffetz, Jason||UT 3rd|
|YEA||R||Coble, Howard||NC 6th|
|YEA||R||Coffman, Mike||CO 6th|
|YEA||R||Cole, Tom||OK 4th|
|YEA||R||Collins, Chris||NY 27th|
|YEA||R||Collins, Doug||GA 9th|
|YEA||R||Cook, Paul||CA 8th|
|YEA||R||Crenshaw, Ander||FL 4th|
|YEA||R||Culberson, John||TX 7th|
|YEA||R||Davis, Rodney||IL 13th|
|YEA||R||Denham, Jeff||CA 10th|
|YEA||R||Dent, Charles||PA 15th|
|YEA||R||Diaz-Balart, Mario||FL 25th|
|YEA||R||Duffy, Sean||WI 7th|
|YEA||R||Ellmers, Renee||NC 2nd|
|YEA||R||Fincher, Stephen||TN 8th|
|YEA||R||Fitzpatrick, Michael||PA 8th|
|YEA||R||Fleischmann, Chuck||TN 3rd|
|YEA||R||Forbes, Randy||VA 4th|
|YEA||R||Fortenberry, Jeff||NE 1st|
|YEA||R||Foxx, Virginia||NC 5th|
|YEA||R||Frelinghuysen, Rodney||NJ 11th|
|YEA||R||Gardner, Cory||CO 4th|
|YEA||R||Gerlach, Jim||PA 6th|
|YEA||R||Gibbs, Bob||OH 7th|
|YEA||R||Gibson, Christopher||NY 19th|
|YEA||R||Gingrey, Phil||GA 11th|
|YEA||R||Goodlatte, Bob||VA 6th|
|YEA||R||Granger, Kay||TX 12th|
|YEA||R||Graves, Sam||MO 6th|
|YEA||R||Graves, Tom||GA 14th|
|YEA||R||Griffin, Tim||AR 2nd|
|YEA||R||Grimm, Michael||NY 11th|
|YEA||R||Guthrie, Brett||KY 2nd|
|YEA||R||Hanna, Richard||NY 22nd|
|YEA||R||Harper, Gregg||MS 3rd|
|YEA||R||Harris, Andy||MD 1st|
|YEA||R||Hartzler, Vicky||MO 4th|
|YEA||R||Hastings, Doc||WA 4th|
|YEA||R||Heck, Joseph||NV 3rd|
|YEA||R||Herrera Beutler, Jaime||WA 3rd|
|YEA||R||Holding, George||NC 13th|
|YEA||R||Hudson, Richard||NC 8th|
|YEA||R||Huizenga, Bill||MI 2nd|
|YEA||R||Hultgren, Randy||IL 14th|
|YEA||R||Hunter, Duncan||CA 50th|
|YEA||R||Issa, Darrell||CA 49th|
|YEA||R||Jenkins, Lynn||KS 2nd|
|YEA||R||Johnson, Bill||OH 6th|
|YEA||R||Jolly, David||FL 13th|
|YEA||R||Joyce, David||OH 14th|
|YEA||R||Kelly, Mike||PA 3rd|
|YEA||R||King, Pete||NY 2nd|
|YEA||R||Kingston, Jack||GA 1st|
|YEA||R||Kinzinger, Adam||IL 16th|
|YEA||R||Kline, John||MN 2nd|
|YEA||R||Lance, Leonard||NJ 7th|
|YEA||R||Latham, Tom||IA 3rd|
|YEA||R||Latta, Robert||OH 5th|
|YEA||R||LoBiondo, Frank||NJ 2nd|
|YEA||R||Long, Billy||MO 7th|
|YEA||R||Lucas, Frank||OK 3rd|
|YEA||R||Luetkemeyer, Blaine||MO 3rd|
|YEA||R||Marino, Tom||PA 10th|
|YEA||R||McCarthy, Kevin||CA 23rd|
|YEA||R||McCaul, Michael||TX 10th|
|YEA||R||McHenry, Patrick||NC 10th|
|YEA||R||McKeon, Buck||CA 25th|
|YEA||R||McMorris Rodgers, Cathy||WA 5th|
|YEA||R||Meehan, Patrick||PA 7th|
|YEA||R||Messer, Luke||IN 6th|
|YEA||R||Mica, John||FL 7th|
|YEA||R||Miller, Candice||MI 10th|
|YEA||R||Mullin, Markwayne||OK 2nd|
|YEA||R||Murphy, Tim||PA 18th|
|YEA||R||Nugent, Richard||FL 11th|
|YEA||R||Nunes, Devin||CA 22nd|
|YEA||R||Nunnelee, Alan||MS 1st|
|YEA||R||Palazzo, Steven||MS 4th|
|YEA||R||Paulsen, Erik||MN 3rd|
|YEA||R||Pearce, Steve||NM 2nd|
|YEA||R||Petri, Tom||WI 6th|
|YEA||R||Pittenger, Robert||NC 9th|
|YEA||R||Pitts, Joseph||PA 16th|
|YEA||R||Price, Tom||GA 6th|
|YEA||R||Reed, Tom||NY 23rd|
|YEA||R||Reichert, David||WA 8th|
|YEA||R||Renacci, James||OH 16th|
|YEA||R||Ribble, Reid||WI 8th|
|YEA||R||Rigell, Scott||VA 2nd|
|YEA||R||Roby, Martha||AL 2nd|
|YEA||R||Roe, Phil||TN 1st|
|YEA||R||Rogers, Hal||KY 5th|
|YEA||R||Rogers, Mike||MI 8th|
|YEA||R||Rokita, Todd||IN 4th|
|YEA||R||Rooney, Thomas||FL 17th|
|YEA||R||Ros-Lehtinen, Ileana||FL 27th|
|YEA||R||Roskam, Peter||IL 6th|
|YEA||R||Ross, Dennis||FL 15th|
|YEA||R||Rothfus, Keith||PA 12th|
|YEA||R||Royce, Ed||CA 39th|
|YEA||R||Runyan, Jon||NJ 3rd|
|YEA||R||Ryan, Paul||WI 1st|
|YEA||R||Scalise, Steve||LA 1st|
|YEA||R||Schock, Aaron||IL 18th|
|YEA||R||Sessions, Pete||TX 32nd|
|YEA||R||Shimkus, John||IL 15th|
|YEA||R||Shuster, Bill||PA 9th|
|YEA||R||Simpson, Mike||ID 2nd|
|YEA||R||Smith, Adrian||NE 3rd|
|YEA||R||Smith, Jason||MO 8th|
|YEA||R||Southerland, Steve||FL 2nd|
|YEA||R||Stewart, Chris||UT 2nd|
|YEA||R||Stivers, Steve||OH 15th|
|YEA||R||Terry, Lee||NE 2nd|
|YEA||R||Thompson, Glenn||PA 5th|
|YEA||R||Thornberry, Mac||TX 13th|
|YEA||R||Tiberi, Pat||OH 12th|
|YEA||R||Tipton, Scott||CO 3rd|
|YEA||R||Turner, Michael||OH 10th|
|YEA||R||Upton, Fred||MI 6th|
|YEA||R||Valadao, David||CA 21st|
|YEA||R||Wagner, Ann||MO 2nd|
|YEA||R||Walberg, Tim||MI 7th|
|YEA||R||Walden, Greg||OR 2nd|
|YEA||R||Walorski, Jackie||IN 2nd|
|YEA||R||Wenstrup, Brad||OH 2nd|
|YEA||R||Westmoreland, Lynn||GA 3rd|
|YEA||R||Whitfield, Ed||KY 1st|
|YEA||R||Wilson, Joe||SC 2nd|
|YEA||R||Wolf, Frank||VA 10th|
|YEA||R||Womack, Steve||AR 3rd|
|YEA||R||Woodall, Rob||GA 7th|
|YEA||R||Yoder, Kevin||KS 3rd|
|YEA||R||Yoho, Ted||FL 3rd|
|YEA||R||Young, Todd||IN 9th|
April 15th, 2013
"Republicans In Name Only"- A Rino is a hybrid elected political creature which exhibits features often synonymous with both the dreaded Liberal and the neo-Conservative.
They can be evidenced, in large part, by an uncanny ability to reach across the aisle creating havoc and often ruining a principled stand by their Party's leadership.
Rinos, rarely being grounded by any sort of Conservative principle, can easily be blown off of a pending course by the prevailing breeze of the day~Barry Secrest
The List Thus Far
Rino Extraordinare Colin Powell: Now Tries To Dish Dirt on Bush's War with Iraq Decision in New Book
March 24th, 2013
Thanks for the highly valued visit but, seriously, what is a Neo-Con?
A Neo-Con is, strictly, a political label installed in reaction to what took place in the 60's, when a number of traditional Liberals fled the coop of the Democratic Party in disgust and became members of the Republican Party. It does not pass muster when simply applying it denigratingly to a Conservative who does not completely agree on all Libertarian issues.
A more accurate example of a modern-day Neo-Con would be RINO; those who agree with John McCain, Lindsay Graham and numerous other Moderate Republicans are perfect examples of Neo-Conism.
March 11th, 2012
The media is trying mightily to bring Rush Limbaugh down for voicing his opinion on contraceptives Activist Sandra Fluke and her desire for free birth control at anyone's expense, but her own. We take issue with the ongoing misdirection of calling Obama's actual Attack on Religious Freedom, the now historically revisioned war on women.
But there is a way that we can take action.
Below is a list of those Companies who have verifyingly, and in public statements, opted off the Rush Limbaugh show. You can show your support for free speech and Religious Freedom, by voting with both your wallet and your twitter account, in letting these companies know that Conservatives will no longer be silent. Below is a list and a way to contact each company.
Let your feelings be known!
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