6 results for month: 04/2015


Weekly Newsletter – 04/26/2015

Here’s a quick look at the major political events of the past week: New book describes the trail of money for the Clinton family’s foundation. Peter Schweizer has a new book – which will hit bookstores on May 4th – detailing the Clinton family’s money trail. In Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich, Schweizer raises important questions about whether or not the Clintons used Hillary’s post as Secretary of State essentially to sell favors to foreign governments and businesses. He writes: “We will see a pattern of financial transactions involving the ...

Pat Roberts (R) – WINNER!

“There is just too much at stake not to support Pat Roberts,” TPPCF Chairman Jenny Beth Martin said. “We reached out to our people in Kansas, and they overwhelmingly supported this endorsement. They know this race is too important to sit out.”

Weekly Newsletter – 04/18/2015

Here’s a quick look at the major political events of the past week Hillary Clinton’s failed launch. Hillary Clinton’s much-anticipated presidential campaign is off to a … well … less than spectacular start. She made the announcement in a video, which, as the Washington Post notes, failed to address any of the important aspects of a presidential bid. For example, the video never mentions why she would be a good President, or even why she has decided to run. One of the major problems facing her campaign is her overall lack of accomplishment in any area of her professional life. Dennis Prager’s excellentcolumn this week focuses on ...

Weekly Newsletter – 04/12/2015

Here’s a quick recap of the major political events of the past week: Sen. Rand Paul jumps into the Presidential race. Rand Paul, the junior Senator from Kentucky, announced on Tuesday the launch of his presidential campaign. He pledged that his campaign will focus on several key issues, including ending the NSA’s illegal spying, as well as tackling the huge federal debt. Interestingly, there was one word that didn’t show up in his announcement speech: “ObamaCare.” Oddly, neither did he pledge to repeal the damn thing. To read TPP’s statement about his announcement, click here. High probability that Hillary Clinton’s emails were ...

Weekly Newsletter – 04/05/2015

Here’s a quick recap of the major political events of the past week: Hillary Clinton can’t shake her email scandal. Still.  If Hillary Clinton’s email troubles have led you to believe you somehow fell asleep and woke up in the Clinton-Scandal-driven 1990’s, you’re not alone. Though she made it clear last week at her press conference that she believes her email humiliation should be put to rest, that’s just not how it’s playing out for the would-be Democratic Presidential nominee. The House Select Committee on Benghazi, chaired by Rep. Trey Gowdy, will summon Clinton to appear before May 1st to discuss her emails and the server, ...

HILLARY’S UPWARD FAILURE

JACKSONVILLE – We have only nineteen months until Election Day. That’s a blink of an eye in the sweep of history, but a long, hard slog in a political campaign. It’s time to get to work. Our job between now and November 8, 2016 is to identify, nominate and elect a candidate who can a) defeat Hillary Clinton and b) serve as an effective, courageous and reliably conservative President. First things first. Will Hillary run? Rational analysis says no. She’s old, she’s tired and she gives every evidence of being an unhappy warrior. To her, those nineteen months may seem like nineteen years. Here she hasn’t even announced her candidacy and ...