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Join Mike with special guest Surrea Ivy – Republican Candidate for Georgia’s 4th Congressional District as they discuss her efforts to unseat long-term incumbent Congressman Hank Johnson (from sinking Guam fame) and her strategy for waking the conservative voices in Dekalb and surrounding counties.
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Join Mike and Philip as they discuss the Grassroots Impact on the legislative process in Georgia
Jeanne Seaver, candidate for Lt. Governor As a lifelong activist on issues affecting women and children, I cannot stand by silently, while career politicians allow commercialized gambling to be legalized in Georgia, under the misleading mantra, “it’s for the children.” This is simply not true! Gambling will not help the children of Georgia. In fact, it will hurt children, destroy families, shut down small businesses, and adversely affect the quality of life of thousands of Georgians! Legalized gambling will not bring additional revenue into our state budget. These assertions are misleading and inaccurate. In states where gambling is legal, for every dollar that gambling brings in, it is estimated that three dollars are spent by the state, on social programs to combat th...
Join Mike with Rep. Charlice Byrd and Education Activist Rhonda Thomas as they discuss the danger of HB1013 currently in the GA Senate Contact: [email protected] Rep Charlice Byrd at CharliceByrd.com 404- 656-0253 Rhonda Thomas at [email protected] 404-384-2583
Coweta Commissioner John Reidelbach discusses District 4 First Year Update
Well, that’s all too fitting for what we’re seeing right now unfold with Mark Meadows and Nancy Pelosi’s January 6th sham committee. Early on, Meadows, who was President Trump’s chief of staff, agreed to cooperate with the committee and sent over thousands of pages of non-classified documents and text messages for Pelosi and her jackals to review. But that wasn’t good enough.
Vice President Kamala Harris may very well be one of the most unpopular people in American politics, both with voters and in Washington. We’ve been hearing reports about internal strife and departures from her staff, giving off the feeling of a sinking ship that the rats are abandoning. (READ: Even Rats Have Reputations, and Kamala Harris Is Sinking) A new poll has shown that a large majority of voters do not like Harris at all, with “very unfavorable” outweighing the “very favorable” by a massive margin, according to the New York Post: A Rasmussen Reports poll found that just 39 percent of likely voters have a favorable impression of Harris, while 57 percent have an unfavorable view of the veep. Harris is further underwater among those who have strong views of her. While 19 percent of lik...
There’s a refrain we hear almost by default when a Republican proposes tax cuts. Like Pavlov’s dogs or preprogrammed robots, Democrats rush out to decry “tax cuts for the rich.” How about this headline from The Guardian in 2019: Trump’s tax cuts helped billionaires pay less than the working class for first time — and that was two years after the tax cuts. And don’t forget what one leading Democrat said: Rep. Nancy Pelosi, who now serves as the speaker of the House, said on November 6, 2017, “Despite Republicans’ empty promises to cut taxes for middle class working families, it’s clear that the GOP tax plan for the wealthiest is rich indeed.” “House Republicans’ tax bill would increase taxes for 12 percent of Americans next year, according to a new report from the nonpartisan Tax Policy Cen...
Former Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows filed suit Wednesday against House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and every member of the January 6 select committee in response to their attempt to hold him in criminal contempt. “The subpoenas issued to Mark Meadows and Verizon were issued by the Select Committee as part of an unconstitutional attempt to usurp the Executive Branch’s authority to enforce the law and to expose what the Select Committee believes to be problematic actions by a political opponent,” the lawsuit reads. “Congress has no authority to issue subpoenas for these purposes.” The former North Carolina representative told Newsmax earlier this week the committee was abusing its power. “For months, Mr. Meadows has consistently sought in good faith to pursue an accommodation with the S...
If I were investigating this subject, I would not depend on the office that has the most to gain by disproving this. He avoids some very big pieces of information.
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