Does anyone remember when Rick Scott first ran for governor of Florida in 2010? He had a lot of opposition, not only from the Democrats, but also from the establishment Republicans. There was a lot of controversy about his prior position as chief executive of Columbia/HCA, over the company’s business and Medicare billing practices. Nevertheless Scott was elected governor in large part due to the tireless efforts of grassroots patriots, including tea party activists like you and me. Well, I guess I have to ask that time-old question: “How’s that working out for you now?” – ADB
By Paulina Dedaj
The National Rifle Association reacted Friday with a federal lawsuit after Florida lawmakers approved gun legislation that would raise the age to buy guns. The group’s argument: that the proposed law violates the Second Amendment.
News of the lawsuit came just hours after Florida Gov. Rick Scott publicly went against allies in the NRA in signing a gun control bill that was drafted in response to the fatal school shooting in Parkland, Fla., on Feb. 14. Seventeen people were killed in that gun attack, attributed to a 19-year-old named Nokolas Cruz.
The NRA filed a lawsuit challenging Florida’s newly-enacted ban on the purchase of firearms by adults between the ages of 18-21. It is an affront to #2A, as it totally eviscerates the #2A rights of law-abiding adults to keep and bear arms #DefendTheSecond https://t.co/1gJjVi0t7r
— NRA (@NRA) March 10, 2018
Chris Cox, executive director of the NRA’s Institute for Legislative Acton, has matainted that the bill “punished punishes law-abiding gun owners for the criminal acts of a deranged individual.”
The lawsuit is asking a federal judge to block the new age restriction from taking effect. Read the rest of this article at foxnews.com.
This interview with Rev. C.L. Bryant for runawayslavemovie.com was recorded in May of 2011 at Barney’s Beanery in Westwood, CA, near his home. Andrew tells CL how he would like to be remembered. More about the film Andrew appears in at http://www.runawayslavemovie.com. Below is the transcript of this interview
Andrew Breitbart: What I want to be known as, the guy who was awakened, from a sleepwalking liberalism, by a man by the name of Clarence Thomas who stood there in a dignified manner as they tried to destroy him. Yet he did, he wasn’t, he wasn’t destroyed. And I want the Democratic Party and liberalism, I want my professors at Tulane and in the humanities department to know, that they tried to brainwash me, to side with Liberal Democrats, in order to attack those that disagreed. And I want my legacy to be, that they know that they screwed with the wrong guy.
In the United States of America, you have the right to think freely. You have the right to be whatever you want in this United States. And the idea that the Democrat media complex would tell you, that you are a slave to an ideology, to a mindset, that if you don’t abide by it, we’re going to punish you severely. That’s as un-American as anything that I can possibly imagine. I don’t care, if you would agree with me or disagree with me on policy. What I care about is that you have the freedom in this country to live your life as a free, rugged individualist. And I am at war with anybody that would tell you, that you don’t have a right to be a free man.
Rev. C.L. Bryant: Andrew Breitbart thank you thank you thank you with me today thank you.
Andrew Breitbart died suddenly of a massive heart attack on March 1st, 2012. We miss you, Andrew!
North Central Florida radio host Ward Scott does a great interview with Judge Jeanine Pirro, former Westchester County, New York District Attorney and currently the host of the prime time Fox News program, “Justice with Judge Jeanine,” on Wednesday, November 8th.
Judge Jeanine will be the keynote speaker at the Alachua County Republican Party’s annual Black Tie and Blue Jeans Barbecue being held just outside of Gainesville, Florida on November 9th.
Find out more about this event and see ticket info at: http://www.blacktieandbluejeans.com/.
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Judge Jeanine Pirro will be with Bob Rose on The Sky 97.3 FM!!!!
Tune in Friday, November 3rd @ 9:05am ET.
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Swamp Co-Opts Trump to Campaign for Luther Strange to Protect GOP Establishment from Breitbart-Backed Grassroots Challengers
Mr. President, if you really want to drain the swamp, you won’t have to go very far to find it – ADBBy Tony Lee
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and his gang of establishment Republicans implored President Donald Trump to campaign for establishment Republican Sen. Luther Strange (R-AL) against conservative frontrunner Roy Moore, the former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice, because they reportedly are terrified that more grassroots candidates across the country will challenge establishment Republicans if Moore defeats Strange on Tuesday.
Moore has led in every poll leading up to Tuesday’s runoff in what has been described as the “first proxy battle” between Trump and his former Chief Strategist Steve Bannon, who has vowed to support the economic nationalist agenda that got Trump elected in the first place.
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin and former White House adviser Sebastian Gorka will campaign for Moore on Thursday. Trump and Vice President Mike Pence will campaign for Strange on Friday and Monday, respectively.
According to the Washington Post, Trump’s advisers “were deeply divided on whether” Trump “should risk jetting to Alabama to prop up” Strange. But GOP establishment forces reportedly waged “an intense behind-the-scenes campaign to convince Trump that he could carry Strange across the finish line with an appearance in Alabama.”
Though White House Chief of Staff John Kelly was reportedly hesitant about sending Trump to Alabama to potentially waste his political capital, establishment Senate Republicans were “unwilling to let the president turn his attention elsewhere” because they worried that a Strange defeat “could prompt some GOP senators to retire to avoid facing the wrath of anti-establishment voters and the likes of Bannon’s Breitbart News,” according to the Post’s Bob Costa. Read the rest of this article at breitbart.com.
A former economic advisor to President Trump, Stephen Moore was highly visible on cable TV last year as a chief explainer of the Trump economic agenda. He has been a paid contributor on both the Fox News Channel and CNN, president of the Club for Growth, editorial board member of the Wall Street Journal and chief economist at the Heritage Foundation. Currently he is the senior economic contributor for Freedomworks, where he communicates Freedomworks’ vision for a pro-growth economic agenda to grassroots activists and media nationwide. The meeting will be held at Nova University at 11501 N. Military Trail in Palm Beach Gardens.
Glad we organized rallies and protested these past 8 years for the GOP to lie to everyone and utterly betray us on their biggest promise.
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) July 27, 2017
By Charlie SpieringPresident Donald Trump signaled disappointment that the Senate failed to pass an Obamacare repeal, after hours of failed Republican attempts to keep their promise to the American people.
“3 Republicans and 48 Democrats let the American people down,” he wrote on Twitter. “As I said from the beginning, let ObamaCare implode, then deal. Watch!”
The final attempt to vote on a “skinny repeal” ultimately failed, after Sen. John McCain voted against McConnell’s last ditch effort to go after the unpopular bill. He was joined by Sens. Susan Collins of Maine and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska. Cntinue reading at breitbart.com.
On Tucker Carlson Tonight, Conservative talk show host, author and Second Amendment advocate, Dana Loesch, talks about the latest NRA TV ad and explains why she will not be attending the upcoming so-called Women’s March.