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The Border Games Continue--so does legitimate protest

by Al Benson Jr.

The federal Cloward-Piven games still continue along our Southern border, but then, they have been going on for months now, at first under cover, now blatantly out in the open as the Obama Regime and its behind-the-scenes-handlers become more and more contemptuous of the ordinary America citizen who is expected to supinely lie down and take all this without protest. 1,000 more words

The Obama Regime

Cruz in Charge of the Conservative Movement.....

Cruz in Charge of the Conservative MovementTownhall.com ^ | July 18, 2014 | Erick EricksonPosted on 7/18/2014, 10:55:05 AM by KaslinIn what appears to be the ultimate modern demonstration of “drinking the Kool-Aid,” Republicans across the spectrum seem… 915 more words

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The Real Deal on East Tennessee Politicians

This is the first of a multi-part series on the politicians representing the east Tennessee region. I’ve been asked why I’m taking such a harsh stance against the politicians in this area and my response is this: 586 more words

Predator Politicians

Meet The Tea Party's Next Target

For an unknown candidate, political campaigns are not glamorous. “I’m sick, tired, hungry and broke,” jokes Joe Carr, a Republican Senate candidate in Tennessee. For a year, Carr has been traveling up to 2,000 miles a week, crisscrossing the state to pitch sleepy crowds, slogging along in a quixotic bid to unseat a powerful incumbent. 790 more words

BCN predicts huge win for Joe Carr in TN US Senate seat race.

BCN predicts huge win for Joe Carr in TN US Senate seat race.

Its more than a good feeling that has drawn me to predict Carr a winner in the US Senate Seat over long term politician Lamar Alexander in Tennessee. 379 more words


Laura Ingraham to campaign for senator's Tea Party rival

Can radio host Laura Ingraham do for Joe Carr what she did for Dave Brat?

The conservative author is set to appear next Tuesday, July 22, in Nashville at a rally for Carr, who is trying to unseat GOP Sen. 225 more words


Oh Yes I Would!

Before I started wandering the country, I spent thirty years working in the Tennessee education system. After investing that much time and passion, it should come at no shock that I still read newspapers from back home. 539 more words