Red River Radio has a piece up with the not so leading question, what do New Hampshire Democrats want? Socialism. You’d think it would be the shortest piece ever written. But no, it wastes valuable energy exploring how they want to get there as if it matters?
Mark Meckler, one of the founding leaders of the TEA Party movement, joins us to discuss convention politics, candidates, post-convention fallout-scenarios, what we need to do to take over the GOP, and more.
Libertarian author, speaker, and former vice presidential candidate, Wayne Allyn Root talks to us about Obama and Columbia University, Donald Trump’s disruptive effect on the election, what happened with Scott Walker, and why you always want to be on offense.
Former Virginia Governor Jim Gilmore was on hand at the Republican Liberty Caucus Convention on Saturday. He is running for the Republican Presidential nomination and took some time to speak with us.
From the RLC National Convention, our interviews with Wayne Allyn Root, Trevor Loudon, Rand Paul Campaign manager Mike Biundo, GOP Presidential Candidate Mark Everson, and political activists Fran Wendelboe and Tom Flaherty.
Just doing my morning reading when what to my wondering eyes should appear…but a link to the Massachusetts Democrat Committee Delegates Guide for their 2012 Convention (Which is happening today, right now.) It looks like the Democrats in Massachusetts don’t want minorities, the elderly, or the poor to participate in their state party. Just scoot …
It has come to my attention that sometimes having the qualities necessary to get the job done are irrelevant. And that seems to be the opinion of some establishment republicans who have admitted that while Jack Kimball would probably be a great party Chairmen, this sliver of old-guard regulars can’t cast a vote for him because he has not paid his dues.
Apparently the post Tea Party, can’t we all just get along, moderate, reaching across the aisle movement had its big national Coffee Party Convention this weekend. … (?) Yeah, that’s what I said. Hot Air has some actual video of a room (posted here on the jump) with a few people in it. Looks like …
The NH GOP had a convention Saturday to get all rah-rah and make decisions about the party platform. They were hoping for at least 400 of the states 725 delegates but only 294 delegates made the event. That is not unusual but there are some who think it is in indicative of waning in enthusiasm. …