…..Donald Trump Addresses Republican Party Delegates
…..Donald Trump Jr.
…..Donald Trump Accepts Republican Party Nomination For President
Matt Schlapp, Mark Meadows & Jim Jordan
Diamond & Silk
Stephen Moore & Mick Mulvaney
Amber Athey, Josh Hawley, Kevin McCarthy & Donald Trump Jr.
Dan Bongino & Devin Nunes
Michael Knowles, Ronna McDaniel & Ted Cruz
Yes, imagine if he, and other go along to get along Republicans, or maybe we should say Republicants actually engaged the Democrats and fought for the people who put them into office, yes, imagine what they might accomplish
William Kristol who was the ideological driving force behind the Never Trump movement is joining with anti-Trump Republicans to assemble a group to prevent the reelection of President Donald Trump.
The Hill is reporting “Bill Kristol wants to create the ‘Committee Not to Renominate the President’”:
Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol said he is considering creating a committee aimed at defeating President Trump in the 2020 election.
The conservative commentator and Trump critic told the New York Times that he has had informal discussions about launching a “Committee Not to Renominate the President.”
“We need to take one shot at liberating the Republican Party from Trump, and conservatism from Trumpism,” Kristol told the publication.
Kristol’s comments were part of a report by the Times which listed potential Republican Trump challengers in the 2020 presidential election. The list included Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) and Vice President Mike Pence.
Kristol has proven to be one of the fiercest conservative Trump critics, frequently criticizing the president’s rhetoric as well as his policies.
The editor went as far as comparing the Trump administration to the decline of the Roman Empire last month.
A list of possible “saviors” includes, besides Mr. Squishy Kasich, John McCain, yes, the guy who stabbed us in the back on ObamaCare so he could play Maverick!
DONALD TRUMP (SPEECH)
DAVID CLARKE (SPEECH / DISCUSSION ON NATIONAL SECURITY)
TED CRUZ AND MARK LEVIN (DISCUSSION ON THE CONSTITUTION)
NIGEL FARAGE (SPEECH)
KELLYANNE CONWAY (DISCUSSION ON WOMEN AND TRUMP)
JEANINE PIRRO (SPEECH)
STEVE BANNON AND REINCE PRIEBUS (DISCUSSION ON TRUMP AGENDA)
MIKE PENCE (SPEECH)
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence (R) says his state has been hit by an “avalanche of intolerance” ever since he signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act last week.
“George, look, the issue here is, you know, is tolerance a two-way street or not?” Pence told ABC’s “This Week” with George Stephanopoulos on Sunday.
“I mean, you know, there’s a lot of talk about tolerance in this country today having to do with people on the left. But here Indiana steps forward to protect the constitutional rights and privileges of freedom of religion for people of faith and families of faith in our state, and this avalanche of intolerance that’s been poured on our state is just outrageous.”
Pence said the bill he signed is not about discrimination, nor is it about disputes between individuals unless government action is involved. He said the law is intended to empower individuals (as well as churches and businesses) when they believe the government is trampling on their religious freedom by requiring them to do things they oppose on religious grounds.
Critics say the new law will sanction discrimination against homosexuals.
“The Religious Freedom Restoration Act was signed into federal law by President Bill Clinton more than 20 years ago,” Pence noted. “And it lays out a framework for ensuring that a very high level of scrutiny is given any time government action impinges on the religious liberty of any American.”
Indiana is the 20th state to enact a law modeled after the federal legislation. Barack Obama voted for a similar law when he served in the Illinois State Senate.
Stephanopoulos asked Pence if the law will allow Christian florists who oppose same-sex marriage to refuse to serve homosexual couples, for example:
“George, the – the question here is if the – if there is a government action or a law that an individual believes impinges on their religious liberty, they have the opportunity to go to court, just as The Religious Freedom Restoration Act that Bill Clinton signed allowed them – go to court and the court would evaluate the circumstance under the standards articulated in this Act.
“That’s all it is. And when you see these headlines about – about Indiana, a license to discriminate in Indiana and – and – it just – I’m telling you, George, it is a red herring and I think it’s deeply troubling to millions of Americans and – and, frankly, people all across the state of Indiana who feel troubled about government overreach.
“This isn’t about disputes between individuals, it’s about government overreach. And I’m proud that Indiana stepped forward and I’m working – I’m working hard to clarify this.”
On Monday, Republican lawmakers in Indiana said they plan to add language to the state law to clarify that it doesn’t allow discrimination against gays and lesbians.
But neither Pence nor those Republican lawmakers support the inclusion of language making homosexuals a protected class under the state’s civil rights laws.
Indiana’s Tony Katz was on NewsMax earlier today to talk about the idiotic backlash to the new Religious Freedom law in Indiana. One of the things he mentioned was how despicable and horrible it was for George Stephanopoulos to try and make the law about sexual orientation when he says it has nothing to do with that.
Various Speakers Including Newt Gingrich, Marco Rubio, James O’Keefe & Herman Cain
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Other Speakers: Dick Morris, Mike Pence, Haley Barbour, Pete Sessions, Mitt Romney, John Boehner, Donald Trump, George Allen, Jay Sekulow, Ron Paul, Eric Cantor & Jon Huntsman.
Watch The Entire Faith & Freedom Coalition’s 2nd Annual Conference HERE.
Scratch one promising candidate off the maybe they will run list
As reported by the Indianapolis Star, Pence has circulated a letter to supporters announcing the decision.
“In the choice between seeking national office and serving Indiana in some capacity, we choose Indiana,” wrote Pence. “We will not seek the Republican nomination for president in 2012.”
Fair enough, and best of luck to Mr. Pence
I like Cain a lot, and he is one of those possible candidates that I would love to be able to choose from. We have several very exciting candidates and I hope the Republican leadership will stay the Hell out-of-the-way and let Republican voters decide who OUR choice is! Herman Cain 2012? Bring that on!
Former Godfathers Pizza chief executive Herman Cain says he’s definitely forming an exploratory committee — likely within the next several weeks — to test the waters for a possible Republican presidential run in 2012.
Cain, a radio talk show host and favorite of the Tea Party movement, confirmed the news in an interview with The Daily Caller. He suggested that a presidential campaign is likely, but said he hasn’t made a final decision.
“Bottom line is, all of the indicators and all of the benchmarks that I had laid out and we had laid out as a team are all moving in the direction of yes,” Cain said. “We haven’t gotten there yet, but we’re moving in that direction.”
Now, I am sure that some of our ever wise Meghan McCain/David Brooks Republicans will say that Cain can never win, and we should seek a more “centrist” candidate, but, again, I say, let the Republican voters decide, and let the RINOs stay out of the way!
I also hope we can see several substantive debates, and CNN and the Tea Party Express are planning some it seems.
CNN, which has heavily promoted its nonpartisan brand through the midterm season, is jumping into the 2012 GOP primary debate fray with a bold move: teaming up with the Tea Party Express.
The debate will take place during Labor Day week next year in Tampa, the site of the 2012 Republican National Convention, and will focus on the economy and the signature tea party issue of government spending.
I am liking this Congressman more and more. He gets it! He sees the need for America to stand behind Israel. I wish our President did. Video via Theo Spark
Sadly, it seems an appropriate question in regards to Obama’s policy on Israel. It should not even be a question should it? Shouldn’t our president support Israel’s right to exist? Shouldn’t our president support Israel’s right to defend itself? Or maybe our president considers such questions “above his paygrade”? Video via Yankee Phil