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Video: Rand Paul’s full speech in front of the New Hampshire Republican Leadership Summit

April 18, 2015

Rand Paul  Rand Paul was in my state of New Hampshire today and he gave a speech at the New Hampshire Republican Leadership Summit. As regular readers of America’s Watchtower have probably figured out by my recent posts I am a supporter of the Republican Senator from Kentucky although I have not yet committed to a candidate.

  Rand Paul is an enigma in the Republican Republican party because he does not always toe the party line. Because of this the elitist Republican establishment have attacked him, especially after he announced his bid for the Presidency, by making the claim he is to the left of Barack Obama on national security issues.

  I would turn the tables on the establishment Republicans by asking them why they are so closely aligned with the President. The truth is, in my opinion, that the establishment Republicans are not any better than the Democrats who they pretend to oppose for they are also statists. They only differ on who should be in control of big government, they do not oppose big government.

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New anti-Hillary video: Trustworthy?

April 18, 2015

 America Rising PAC has released a new ad which basically asks if Hillary Clinton is trustworthy and I have decided to share it with my readers. My favorite part is a quote in which the former Secretary of State says, “you know what? Rich people… God bless us.” What a stunning revelation from the women who claimed she and her husband were dead broke when they left the White House. Of course the ad also mentions that at the time Mrs. Clinton left the White House she had an $8 million book advance. That must have slipped her mind…

  Enjoy:

 Malo periculosam libertatem quam quietum servitium

Stevenson College apologizes after serving Mexican food at a space-themed event

April 18, 2015

  Stevenson College has apologized for holding a party entitled “Intergalactic” which, as you probably guessed, was space-themed. What is so offensive about a space-themed event? Apparently some students complained the event was offensive because Mexican food was served. How did these students come to that conclusion? They drew a comparison between space aliens and illegal immigration.

  Here is more:

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Potential Republican candidate Carly Fiorina claims she could neutralize Hillary Clinton in 2016 Presidential race

April 17, 2015

 Carly Fiorina is exploring a Presidential run in 2016 as a potential Republican candidate. I have to be honest here: I know nothing about her but I think that is forgivable because she is not a politician and in fact has never held a political office before. She did run for the Senate in the state of California in 2010 but that is the extent of her foray into politics.

  Yesterday she made some interesting comments on why she would be the best Republican candidate to square off against Democratic presumptive nominee Hillary Clinton in the general election and it comes down to this; she is a woman.

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Mike Huckabee to announce his bid for the Presidency on May 5th?

April 17, 2015

 According to this story Mike Huckabee is going to announce his intentions on a Presidential bid on May 5th. Here is more:

“I will announce on May the 5th, in my hometown of Hope, Arkansas, what my plans are going to be and I’ll let everybody — just say come to Hope on May the 5th, you’ll find out what’s going to happen” he stated.

Huckabee added, “I don’t think anybody should enter into a decision that is this monumental, not just for me, but for my entire family, without a lot of prayer, a lot of thoughtful consideration, a lot of consultation with friends and family members, and so all of that is a very important factor in leading up to the decision that I will make and make clear on May the 5th.”

  So, what is his announcement going to be? Will he run or will he not run? I think the fact that he has announced he is going to make an announcement and has scheduled it two weeks away  in order to build up hype is an indication that he will seek the Republican nomination for President of the United States.

  Personally, I do not feel that he has any chance of even coming close to winning the Republican nomination and I do not have any intention of voting for him but I welcome the competition because competition will at least make the primary more interesting.

Malo periculosam libertatem quam quietum servitium

MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry owes the IRS $70,000 in delinquent taxes for 2013

April 16, 2015

  Below is MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry calling out Sam Brownback for his tax policies. If you do not care to listen to her arrogance and condescension you can skip to roughly the 3:30 mark in the video to hear her tell Mr. Brownback that he has no intention of asking the rich to pay their fair share.

  She certainly seems legitimately upset that the rich do not pay their fair share, doesn’t she? But if one wants to call out people who do not pay enough in taxes you would think that person would make sure his or her own house was in order, but Melissa Harris-Perry’s own house is not in order because we learned today that the IRS has slapped a $70,000 lien on her house because she is delinquent on her own taxes.

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Darrell Issa asked Hillary Clinton if she used a personal email account to conduct State Department business two years ago

April 15, 2015

  This is an interesting little twist in the Hillary Clinton email scandal; it turns out Darrell Issa sent Hillary Clinton a letter two years ago in which he asked her if she used a personal email account to conduct official State Department business, and if so he asked her to identify it.

  The link provided above is from The New York Times but I cannot copy and paste from that website so I have taken the following quote, which came from The New York Times article, from this post.

The query was posed to Mrs. Clinton in a Dec. 13, 2012, letter from Representative Darrell Issa, the Republican chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. Mr. Issa was leading an investigation into how the Obama administration handled its officials’ use of personal email.

“Have you or any senior agency official ever used a personal email account to conduct official business?” Mr. Issa wrote to Mrs. Clinton. “If so, please identify the account used.”

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