My Interview with Dan Bongino, Former Secret Service Agent, Author and Congressional Candidate (Video)

Dan Bongino spoke at FreePAC Kentucky and later, sat down and spoke with me:

Here’s the speech he gave to the audience:

My Interview With Andrew Wilkow at #FreePAC Kentucky (Video)

On of my favorite talk radio personalities was at FreePAC Kentucky and was cool enough to come over to Blogger’s Row and chat with me.  Andrew Wilkow is on Sirius/XM’s Patriot channel from 11-2 CST and has a show on The Blaze.

This interview is a big deal for me.  I hope you enjoy it:

Rob Lowe, Libertarian

You spend a few years working with Ron Swanson, this will happen to you:

“My thing is personal freedoms, freedoms for the individual to love whom they want, do with what they want. In fact, I want the government out of almost everything.”

Lowe knows a little about politics — he played a Democratic speechwriter on “The West Wing,” a Republican senator on “Brothers and Sisters,” a city manager on “Parks and Recreation,” and President John F. Kennedy in “Killing Kennedy.”

In 2009, the Daily Caller quoted Lowe as saying that he was once “a really, really liberal Democrat.” But since getting married and having children, he’d changed into “an independent moderate.”

I’d like to think that working on Parks & Rec with Nick Offerman LITERALLY turned Rob Lowe into a libertarian:



Thank you, Ron Swanson.

Dems Push Paycheck Equality While Obama’s White House Pays Women Less Than Men

women-for-obamaHere’s their plan. Democrats are going to sell paycheck equality in 2014. More class warfare to stir up the masses against the Republicans:

The full-court press by the White House, congressional Democrats and party officials, comes on National Equal Pay Day, which reflects how far into the current year women must work to match what men earned in the previous year.

President Barack Obama on Tuesday will go back to the first law he signed as President, addressing equal pay with two new executive actions that satisfy both policy and political priorities within the White House.

According to a White House official, Obama’s executive actions will focus on “pay secrecy,” the idea that women who are paid less than their male counterparts may not know it because they don’t know what other employees are making.

I know just where he can start:

Despite advocates’ cheers about paycheck equity, the Obama White House has paid women less than men for years.

According to a Daily Caller analysis of “2013 Annual Report to Congress on White House Staff,”  the most recent available data on White House pay, the White House paid women an estimated 11.8 percent less than men in 2013.

The year prior White House paid women 13 percent less than men — and in 2011, according to the Free Beacon, women were paid 18 percent less.

Not surprising considering Obama’s misogynist comments in the past:

The moment came at a campaign stop in Detroit, when Peggy Agar, a reporter at ABC’s Detroit affiliate WXYZ-TV, asked Obama this question: “Senator, how are you going to help the American autoworkers?”

“Hold on a second, sweetie. We’ll hold a press avail,” replied Obama, referring to a structured question and answer session with the media.

Hours later, Obama left Agar a voicemail, apologizing for not answering her question and for calling her “sweetie.”

“That’s a bad habit of mine,” Obama said in the message. “I do it sometimes with all kinds of people. I mean no disrespect and so I am duly chastened on that front.”

You want to know what Democrats are up to?  Look at what they’re accusing Republicans of doing.

Interview with CL Bryant at FreePAC Kentucky (Video) – UPDATED

I was able to interview Rev. CL Bryant at FreePAC Kentucky following his speech. As of yet, Freedomworks has not uploaded his speech, and I don’t know if they will. If they do, I’ll add it to the post:


His speech at FreePAC Kentucky:

FreePAC Kentucky Livestream

Welcome to Tennessee, Now Show Us Your Papers!

This video is worth 12 minutes of your time.

Here are your rights as an American citizen.

The Fourth Amendment

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

Definition from Nolo’s Plain-English Law Dictionary

A search and seizure by a law enforcement officer without a search warrant and without probable cause to believe that evidence of a crime is present. Such a search or seizure is unconstitutional under the Fourth Amendment (applied to the states by the Fourteenth Amendment), and evidence obtained from the unlawful search may not be introduced in court.

Not only does the Tennessee Highway Patrol not understand the Fourth Amendment, they can’t even figure out why they’re hassling this guy who’s just trying to get from point A to point B.

This is a telling exchange.

Citizen: What am I being arrested for, sir?

Officer: Well sir, like we told you back there man, you’re being arrested for not showing us a driver’s license.

Citizen: You can’t arrest me for not showing a driver’s license.

Officer: Yes we can, sir.

Citizen: I thought I was being charged for not having a license.

Officer: That’s what I just said.

I look forward to finding out more about this case. The man driving the Jeep specifically said he did not consent to a search – and then the police searched his Jeep. I’d like to know if they had a warrant, or if they granted themselves an exception from following the law. Because apparently in Tennessee, the State Patrol is above the law?

This is a shameful way for police officers to behave, especially when this kind of thing has already been ruled unconstitutional by the Tennessee Supreme Court.

If you’d like to reach out to the Tennessee State Highway Patrol, this is the man driving that clown car.

Feel free to demand his license.

Covered California Sends Out Voter Registration Cards Pre-Marked “Democrat” (Video)


Shocked, I tell you:

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Here’s the part I love:

10News shared what was sent with Covered California.

Spokeswoman Anne Gonzales stated, “We are mailing voter registration material. However, the application forms come directly from the Secretary of State’s office, with no fields pre-marked. The individual should contact the Secretary of State, which takes these violations of election law extremely seriously, and they will investigate, using the unique serial number.”

The couple says they did reach out to the Secretary of State’s office and could not get a hold of anyone. They also say they reached out to the San Diego County Registrar of Voters, which told them to contact Covered California.

Nobody knows anything.

I want to know if there is anyone else who received something like this. It’s suspect if it was just this one couple.

Hat Tip: Gateway Pundit

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Republicans “could have as much as a 4 in 5 chance of controlling the Senate” After Midterms

And then I said, "You're not unemployed.  You're a 'free agent.'"

And then I said, “You’re not unemployed. You’re a ‘free agent.’”

It’s just a model, but it’s good news:

As we have begun to incorporate candidate experience into the model, our initial sense is this: Republicans may have a far better chance of winning control of the Senate than we or other analysts previously thought. Here is a preliminary estimate: The GOP could have as much as a 4 in 5 chance of controlling the chamber.

Of course, it could be a way of rallying the Dem base, who need to turn out if they want to keep Harry Reid in control of the Senate.

Because if the Republicans control both the House and the Senate, there’s no way Obama can blame the do nothing Congress. It will be him standing in the way.

Of course, it would take an unbiased media to report that, but it will be harder for them to cover for Obama than it is now.

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Heh: Sebelius Mum After Reporter Tells Her 64% of Oklahomas Aren’t Buying Into Obamacare (Video)

After being told 64 percent of Oklahomas weren’t signing up and flat out disliked Obamacare, Sec. Kathleen Sebelius just sat in silence until the reporter started talking again, thinking audio must have been lost:

Sebelius sat in silently for eight second until the anchor awkwardly spoke up.

“All right, Secretary Sebelius, thanks so much for being with us this morning,” he said. “I think we’ve probably lost sound here, or something.”

Well, I can hear you,” Sebelius replied. “Thanks for having me.”

That’s a change. Usually people sit in slack-jawed wonder at the things that come out of her mouth.

This time, she was the one surprised.

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