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Shaking Up The Establishment
January 6, 2015
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"orangetom1999" wrote: Be very careful of the two party system..and also any new political parties..that they are not secretly hijacked by the first two political parties pulling their strings..privily.

EXACTLY, Orangetom...

Just weeks before the 2012 election, Glenn announced on his radio program that he had learned of “the biggest news story is going on,” but he chose not to divulge the information in order to maintain peace ahead of the election. But because of the corruption we have witnessed over the last several weeks, Glenn decided it was time to divulge the story on tonight’s Glenn Beck Program.

Around this time last year, the establishment GOP tried desperately to take the wind out of the sails of the conservative and libertarian movement, by going after FreedomWorks. Glenn received a phone call from Matt Kibbe right after he had been forcibly removed from his office by armed guards. GOP operatives had influence within the FreedomWorks ranks and, once Kibbe had returned to FreedomWorks, it took several months to rid the organization of their power.

FreedomWorks has now reestablished itself as free and independent, but we are now witnessing a similar situation unfolding with in the Republican Party. The GOP does not like the fact that people can have a voice and gain power without them. As Glenn reported yesterday, Karl Rove and his allies basically promised some of the most powerful and influential people on the right that they would run a centrist/progressive Republican in the 2012 election, and Rove threw FreedomWorks under the bus throughout the election for making Mitt Romney be too far right. We quickly learned that the ‘Chicago Way’ of cronyism and corruption wasn’t just a tactic of the left.

So what is the answer? If you look at the growing star power of guys like Senators Ted Cruz (R-TX), Mike Lee (R-UT), and Rand Paul (R-KY), there is hope. Some may argue for the advent of a third party, but tonight, Glenn argued that is we don’t need a third party, we need to broom the dead wood.

Keep Reading...http://www.glennbeck.com/2013/10/09/hos ... -election/

You and Cole are right; the machine has power tentacles in every direction, and then some. However this is a story of perseverance and hope because freedomworks fought back the wave of establishment subversion and emerged more robust and effective which contributed, in no small way, to the election of many more freedom loving, tea party candidates in the 2014 midterms. Which has led to something virtually unheard of in the arena of modern polotics...

Matt Kibbe joined Glenn on radio today to analyze the announcement that several Republicans would be challenging John Boehner for Speaker of the House, most notable Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX).

“I still think the odds are against us because nothing like this has ever been done before,” Matt said. “But, remember, just two years ago in January, there was a failed attempt to replace John Boehner that was secretive. They had the votes, and it fell apart on the House floor. This strategy is different. You have a number of members that have publicly come out and said, I will not vote for John Boehner. Louie has come out and said he is willing to be an alternative. Which he didn’t last time. No one did.”

Keep Reading...http://www.glennbeck.com/2015/01/05/cou ... hment-gop/

This is GREAT news! If you feel like adding your voice to your reps. in this matter, go to freedomworks here...,

http://www.freedomworks.org/

and select the 'TAKE ACTION NOW' button.

"History records that the money changers have used every form of abuse, intrigue, deceit, and violent means possible to maintain their control over governments by controlling money and its issuance." - James Madison

January 6, 2015
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Boehner's Ten Worst Votes as Speaker

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Granted, some of those are political maneuvering to get something better at the end, but any casual onlooker knows what side of liberty Boehner prefers. The latest 'cr omnibus' passage is the latest in a clear pattern of weakness and subpar leadership. Boehner's defeat would send shockwaves through the established order and put a giant exclamation point on the people's demand for and end to communitarianism and a beginning to the dismantling of the machine. Will it dismantle itself? If the people close to this defacto coup but still undecided would just take the leap, their faith would be well rewarded. Just a small step but such a GIANT leap - Just Do It ; we have your back well covered.

"History records that the money changers have used every form of abuse, intrigue, deceit, and violent means possible to maintain their control over governments by controlling money and its issuance." - James Madison

January 6, 2015
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Oh, and please consider Louie Gohmert for the Speaker spot.

"WELCOME TO TEXAS, Y'ALL!!"

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January 6, 2015
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Sadly, Boehner will not be replaced and he is probably vindictive enough that the ones that opposed him will not be able to get things done. I think too many of our representatives are afraid of this to actually vote against him, without the thought that if they did, they would probably have the votes to do it.

January 7, 2015
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Didn't you love the phony baloney hearts and flowers from Nancy Polosi introducing him? I'm sure she hates his guts. Laugh

January 7, 2015
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It was a longshot anyway, Dragoness. They didn't have the votes today; message has been sent...

Boehner Wins Re-Election With Less Than Majority Of House

"Only 216 Republicans voted to re-elect a humbled Ohio Republican Rep. John Boehner as Speaker of the U.S. House on Tuesday, as many Republicans voted for alternative candidates in the second organized attempt to unseat Boehner in as many speakership elections.

He wins re-election as Speaker with less than a majority of the House, something that has happened only four times since 1917. A total of 25 Republicans in the chamber did not vote for Boehner, with 24 voting for alternative candidates and others who were not nominated and one voting present."...

..."The 25 member-revolt against Boehner fell short, but was more than double the 12-member revolt against Boehner at the beginning of last Congress. It was also the biggest rebellion against a sitting speaker by his own party since 1923."...

Keep Reading...http://www.breitbart.com/big-government ... -of-house/

My heroes today -

Gary Palmer <R-AL>
Paul Gosar <R-AZ>
Curt Clawson <R-FL>
Richard Nugent <R-FL>
Bill Posey <R-FL>
Daniel Webster <R-FL>
Ted Yoho <R-FL>
Rod Blum <R-IA>
Steve King <R-IA>
Marlin Stutzman <R-IN>
Tim Huelskamp <R-KS>
Thomas Massie <R-KY>
Justin Amash <R-MI>
Walter Jones <R-NC>
Mark Meadows <R-NC>
Scott Garrett <R-NJ>
Chris Gibson <R-NY>
Jim Bridenstine <R-OK>
Jeff Duncan <R-SC>
Scott DesJarlais <R-TN>
Louie Gohmert <R-TX>
Randy Weber <R-TX>
Dave Brat <R-VA>
Scott Rigell <R-VA>

and Brian Babin <R-TX> who voted 'present'(other than pro Boehner reelection)

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January 9, 2015
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Glad to say Bill Posey is my rep. Was a bit surprised that he did not vote for Boehner only in that he had sent a reply to an email a radio host I listen to in the morning, basically saying that the votes wouldn't be there and that Boehner would be vindictive (which he was), so I didn't think he would vote. Glad he did though.

The the reply said some other things, that also made him sound somewhat sympathetic to Boehner plight with dealing with the house and Senate.

I was also surprised at the amount that voted against him. A lot more than I thought. Unfortunately, I think the biggest killer of it was that they didn't put in place a strong replacement before the vote. Webster came in too late in the game, and he was the strongest contender.

January 9, 2015
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"greeney2" wrote: Didn't you love the phony baloney hearts and flowers from Nancy Polosi introducing him? I'm sure she hates his guts. Laugh

One good thing Nancy Pelosi is good at is phoney baloney. She sets women's rights back every time she opens her mouth.

January 24, 2015
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Now this is a bold move...

John Boehner invites Netanyahu to Congress on Iran

"The move is seen as a rebuke to President Barack Obama's threat to veto any additional sanctions on the country during his State of the Union address.

The White House has said it believes new sanctions will be harmful to negotiations on its nuclear programme.

Mr Boehner also criticised the president's other proposals, including a tax hike for the rich.

He confirmed on Wednesday he had invited Mr Netanyahu to speak to Congress "on the grave threats radical Islam and Iran pose to our security and way of life"." ...

Keep Reading: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-.....a-30923413

I have to give it to him; that took a fair amount of chutzpah.

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January 25, 2015
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I saw that Obama was not going to meet with Netanyahu. Didn't surprise me,he really hasn't been respectful of him, and has been rude to him in the past. I think he is just using it as an excuse, the fact that they didn't go through the White House, not too meet with him.

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