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May 12th, 2016

Donald Trump Meets With Paul Ryan, GOP Leaders

If Frank Cappra were alive in 2016, we might call this ″Mr. Trump Goes To Washington″. But, unlike Jefferson Smith, Donald J. Trump is well aware of how corrupt life on Capitol Hill is. Trump held several meetings today, starting with the Reince Preibus at RNC headquarters, then a chat with Speaker Paul Ryan, followed by a meeting with House GOP leaders. After which, Donald Trump will meet with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and several other ranking senators of the Republican Party. A full day of politicking to say the least. Early indicators are that the meetings went well. What else did you expect? Trump is the master of ″The Art of the Deal″. As his book says, Trump has the advantage going in as he is dealing from a position of strength. Over 10 million votes from over 40 states strong!

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May 6th, 2016

Rick Perry Endorses Donald Trump, ′Open′ to VP Job

Former Texas Governor Rick Perry has joined the fresh batch of GOP officials to endorse Donald J. Trump as the Republican presumptive nominee. Perry even went as far as to say that he was ″open″ to being Trump′s vice presidential running mate if asked. As the late-great Ed Wally would say, ″WOW!!!″ Even Arizona Senator John McCain declared that he will support Trump, despite some previous bad blood. Indiana Governor, Mike Pence, who just endorsed Lyin′ Ted Cruz one week ago, has now endorsed Trump! Meanwhile, the ′Never Trump′ dopes got a wink from Speaker Paul Ryan who told CNN yesterday that he was ″not ready″ to support The Donald. Trump responded that he was ″not ready″ to support Ryan′s agenda, either. The battle lines are still dug deep as many blame Trump for splitting the GOP. But did he really? Or was it already split?

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April 13th, 2016

Paul Ryan says ′Count Me Out′

Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan (R-WI) announced yesterday that he has no interest in being the 2016 GOP presidential nominee. He declared, ″Count me out″, saying that he will no seek the job and would refuse it if offered. Ryan added that the eventual Republican presidential nominee should be from the pool of those candidates who did run for the job. Now, Ryan said much the same last year when John Boehner resigned as Speaker of the House. After several days of speculation, Paul Ryan changed his mind and accepted the title from his peers. So, is Paul Ryan truly out of the contention should the Republican National Convention in Cleveland this July turn into a wide-open free-for-all? Or, is there still some chance that Ryan will once again change his mind? If Ryan does stay out of the presidential race, who benefits the most from his decision?

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October 9th, 2015

Kevin McCarthy Drops Out of Speaker of the House Race

Thursday on Capitol Hill, the House Republican caucus met to vote on a replacement for John Boehner as Speaker of the House. Kevin McCarthy, currently the House Majority Leader, was in the running for the job and considered a shoe-in. However, he only had support of about 175 members of the GOP caucus. One group of about 40 members, known as the Freedom Caucus, were supporting Daniel Webster of Florida. Jason Chaffetz of Utah had also thrown his hat in the ring. With it apparent that McCarthy would not secure the 218 votes needed, he announced that he was withdrawing from the process. The vote was postponed and many are wondering what will happen next? Some also wonder why did Kevin McCarthy drop out of the race to be the next Speaker of the House of Representatives?

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June 23rd, 2014

IRS Had Contract With Email Backup Company

Did the Internal Revenue Service really lose two years worth of emails from Lois Lerner and six other IRS officials allegedly involved in the IRS – Tea Party scandal? Our tax collecting agency claims that computer crashes and discarded hard drives have resulted in the loss of many emails which Congress would love to get their hands on. Now we learn that the IRS had a contract with email backup company, Sonasoft, since 2005. But, for some strange and unknown reason, the contract was suspended in 2011 as the House Ways and Means Committee began investigating charges that the IRS had targeted Tea Party and conservative groups. While they still have internal IRS emails, those messages exchanged with the White House, Treasury Department and other outside sources are gone. IRS chief John Koskinen will be taking the hot seat again tonight during another Congressional hearing after last week′s appearance where Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) all but called Koskinen a liar.

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March 7th, 2014

Ted Cruz, Chris Christie Open CPAC 2014

CPAC 2014 opened yesterday with speakers like Ted Cruz, Chris Christie, Bobby Jindal, Paul Ryan, Marco Rubio and even Donald Trump. The Conservative Political Action Conference is being held this weekend at National Harbor, Maryland and ends on Saturday with its famous straw poll for presidential contenders for 2016. Ted Cruz was the first major speaker who fired up the audience with plenty of red meat and raw principles. Chris Christie spoke later and did receive a standing ovation at the end of his speech, but got nowhere the same enthusiastic response as Cruz did. Bobby Jindal had, perhaps, the best line of the day, apologizing to Jimmy Carter as now Barack Obama is the new, worst president in United States history. The line was so good, even Donald Trump repeated it.

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December 11th, 2013

Bipartisan Two-Year Budget Deal, Compromise or Compost?

A bipartisan, two-year budget deal was made public yesterday from our hard working bozos in Congress. Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) and Sen. Patty Murray (D-WA) have been leading the negotiations and have come up with a compromise bill to fund the federal government. The bill does sidetrack some of the sequestration cuts, especially for the military, but still manages to reduce spending by some $85 Billion dollars over the two years. Should the legislation pass both wings of Congress, it will mean that we will be spared some of the politics until well after the 2014 mid-term elections. Some in the Tea Party caucus are already denouncing the bill, but the real question will be if Harry Reid and Barack Obama will support it? If the bill passes and becomes law, then Reid and Obama will have little to trash Republicans about for the next year while the GOP beats them over the head with the Obamacare failures.

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January 25th, 2013

Democrat Budget Plan – Raise Taxes More

Senator Patty Murray (D-WA) floated a memo to her fellow Democrats on the Senate Budget Committee outlying the need for ′revenues to be included′ in their federal budget outline. This comes as House Republicans passed a measure extending the debt ceiling for four months under the condition that the Senate Democrats must pass a budget, something they have not done in about 1367 days. Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI), head of the House Budget Committee, will be sending a budget proposal shortly that will balance the budget within 10 years. Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) has been blocking any budgets from being passed in the Senate, but may be ready to let one go through now. Especially since Murray, Barack Obama, and he are all committed to raising more tax revenues. Also, as part of the new debt ceiling agreement, paychecks for members of Congress will be held in escrow until a budget is passed.

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