The Only Antidote to Obamacare is FREE MARKET CAPITALISM


“Everyone is so excited over the 51-50 vote for proceeding with debate on a replacement for Obamacare, with Mike Pence casting the tie breaking vote. You have John Boehner who believes Obamacare has been around too long to be repealed and you have Mitch McConnell and his misconduct. Then you have President Trump, who wants to sign anything that comes to his desk so he can claim a victory. The only antidote to Obamacare is free market capitalism. This is about us being able to purchase an affordable healthcare plan. We have an entire debate which is not a debate at all. It is virtually a 100% embrace of a notion of liberty and law that is alien to our founding. The two Republicans that voted against debate were two of the most liberal Republicans, Susan Collins, and Lisa Murkowski. Have you seen any leaks against them? Conservatives are attacked and liberals get a pass because they vote with the Democrats.

“Later, AG Jeff Sessions has spent 30 years fighting for conservatism. As Attorney General, he has defended this President brilliantly and aggressively in hostile federal courts and the first major politician to endorse Trump. It would be a horrible mistake for the President to dismiss him. Trump will never find somebody who is as loyal to him and his agenda as Sessions has been. Sessions does not deserve to be treated this way by Trump as if he is some enemy or hostile. Finally, newly declassified memos detail the extent of improper Obama-era NSA spying. This is what Congress and a special prosecutor should be investigating!” – Radio talk show host, and Constitutional expert, Mark Levin.

On McCarthy’s Benghazi “gaffe”

By Jazz Shaw  October 1st, 2015

By the time I woke up this morning the headlines in the papers and the subject on the lips of the cable news talking heads had swerved away from Russia’s activities in Syria to a new “crisis” in American politics. Shockingly, and against all expectations, a member of Congress had said something dumb. (Insert #HeadDesk hashtag here.)

In case you somehow missed it, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy was on Fox News yesterday and was asked to list some of the accomplishments of the Republican majority during this term. The first item on his list was not a terrible choice but his phrasing left something to be desired given the sharp blades of the political meat grinder.

Everybody thought Hillary Clinton was unbeatable, right? But we put together a Benghazi special committee, a select committee. What are her numbers today? Her numbers are dropping. Why? Because she’s untrustable. But no one would have known any of that had happened had we not fought.”

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John Boehner’s Worst Nightmare: Mark Meadows Launches Mission to Fix Broken Congress

Meadows God We Trust

by Matthew Boyle

MORGANTON, North Carolina — Speaker Rep. John Boehner’s (R-OH) worst nightmare is on the rise here in rural North Carolina. Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) is gaining steam as a clearly coordinated, highly orchestrated effort to remove Boehner as Speaker of the United States House of Representatives—and fix a broken Congress that no longer represents the wishes of the American people—comes into much clearer focus.

Meadows invited Breitbart News to accompany him on a district visit, and the concerns he discussed with his constituents offer a microcosm of the issues America wants Congress to address. Everyone here agrees: John Boehner needs to go as Speaker of the House, and Mark Meadows is doing something about that.

Unlike some others from the more conservative side of the House GOP conference, Meadows is calm, cool and collected. He doesn’t make headline-grabbing comments, and is a serious, well-connected and well-respected member of the conference. Despite clear efforts by leadership—Boehner’s office and its allies, including Chief Deputy Whip Rep. Patrick McHenry (R-NC) who represents the district bordering Meadows’ here—to isolate him, Meadows’ credibility in the House GOP conference only seems to grow by the minute thanks to his steady demeanor and well-intentioned aim to steer Congress back onto a track that more effectively represents America’s views in Washington. Please click HERE to read the full article.


Mark Levin is Sick snd Tired of RINOs

Never one to hide his feelings, Mark Levin talks about the Republican Establishment on his August 21st radio program. Levin made these comments just before a large Alabama Donald Trump rally started. I think Mark will be talking about this subject for a long time to come. Here’s the transcript:

What do you think Mitch McConnell, John Boehner and Reince Priebus and the boys and some of their surrogates on our favorite cable channel and other media sites; what do you think they’re thinking when they watch and they see that a football stadium in Mobile Alabama, that holds about 40,000 people, ha ha ha ha ha ha, is filling up to watch Donald Trump speak? At a Donald Trump rally? They have to be wetting themselves. They’re putting their Depends to good use.

Well I want to tell these boys something. You created Donald Trump. You created this. Your abuse of Conservatives, your abuse of power, your lies have caught up with you. You did this. You cannot expect to keep putting down Conservatives and others, and earn their loyalty. You’ve earned our contempt, our disgust. And I’m proud to say that I wasn’t the earliest, but I was certainly among the earliest to call you out. Yes, and your snarky mouthpieces at the Wall Street Journal editorial page, and other places. You can’t contain this and control this. It’ll take its course or it won’t take its course, like the Tea Party movement, like the Reagan movement. No I’m not comparing this to the same thing, I’m saying these are grass roots movements – responding to oppression, responding to abuse.

The American people are looking for a leader. It may or may not be Donald Trump, it may or may not be Ted Cruz, it may or not be Scott Walker and so forth and so on. I don’t know yet, we don’t know yet, but we do know this: The contempt for you in the Republican leadership is thick. What you did in Mississippi, what you did in Kansas, what you’ve done in other places, trying to marginalize Conservatives, trying to marginalize people who are trying to represent, truthfully represent their states and their communities. Well we’ve had a damn well enough of it. That’s the bottom line. You blow off our immigration laws, you force us into a healthcate system that we reject, The IRS abuses us. The borders are wide open, strangers coming into our communities. They’re not vetted, we don’t know who they are, and they don’t care who we are. Then you talk us down, you tell us we’re racists you tell us we’re xenophobes, you tell us we’re not taxed enough, you tell us whatever success we have is thanks to you.

You know what? We’ve had enough of you bastards! That’s a fact! Enough is enough. You’re the clowns. You’re the fools. You’re the ones who need to be put down and kicked out. You’re the ones who are abusive. You’re the ones who won’t stand for Liberty. You’re the ones who won’t stand up for the country. You’re the ones who won’t stand up for the Constitution. You quiver. You quiver, you quislings, in the face of Barack Obama, who’s a nobody. He’s only strong because you’re weak, he only wins because you’re losers. The difference is he knows what he wants to do and he’s a driven man. He’s despotic, but he’s a driven man. You, you’re pathetic. John Boehner, crying. What a joke. Mitch McConnell, marble mouth. And they go up to the microphone with their little press briefings surrounded by their lapdogs. Cornyn, Alexander, Corker, Thune. Can’t even name them all, they’re so disgusting to me. Hatch.

Over there on the House side it’s no better. We send one Conservative after another into the House. And one out of ten of them, sticks to their campaign pledges. The other ones, well they buckle. And they buckle immediately, which means they lied to us. This country’s better than these politicians, and We the People deserve better.

We’re lectured all the time: “Well, then vote, then vote.” Well, we vote. “Give us a Republican majority.” We give them a Republican majority, we give them the presidency. What do we get? Massive spending, more government, open borders. And now their surrogates at the New York Slimes, the Washington Compost, even on our favorite cable channel. What do they do? They smear us. So screw them!

Mark Meadows Reflects on Move to Oust John Boehner


WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA—The man who made the move to overthrow House Speaker John Boehner is back home now, shaking the hands of war veterans.

He grips the hands for so long, it’s like he is holding on for dear life.

As much as he is there for them, to reassure the veterans that their benefits are coming, they are here for him, to stand by a leader facing a consequential moment.

This is what happens when you risk it all—friends, money, power, respect—in the name of some greater purpose. Continue reading at dailysignal,com.

Ted Yoho Headlines Breitbart Article; Confirms John Boehner Didn’t Have Enough Votes to Get Re-Elected as Speaker

Yoho FlagRep. Ted Yoho’s (R., FL) strong Conservative stands have not gone unnoticed lately, at least not by one of the nation’s leading online media outlets. Appearing on Breitbart News Sunday on Sirius XM Patriot Radio last night, Yoho weighed in on the current efforts by house members to remove John Boehner as Speaker. This afternoon, Breitbart.Com promptly followed with a piece on this topic which headlined Yoho. That Breitbart would feature Ted Yoho’s views on this matter, says a lot about the current stature of the second term congressman once ridiculed by RINOs and Democrats in the House.

From breitbart:

Breitbart News Sunday on Sirius XM Patriot Radio spoke to Florida Republican Congressman Ted S. Yoho, a serious voice for conservatives who believe in limited government, fiscal conservatism, personal responsibility, and free enterprise.

Speaking to Breitbart’s senior investigative political reporter Matthew Boyle, Yoho explained why he signed on as a co-sponsor to
Rep Mark Meadows (R-NC) bid to unseat Speaker of the House Rep. John Boehner (R-OH).

Yoho said that Boehner spends too much time retaliating against conservatives and has let Obama basically get whatever he wants. Yoho confirmed that a vote to keep Boehner as the speaker of the House was postponed last week — because Boehner was having difficulty whipping enough votes to get re-elected as the leader in the House. Meadows’ resolution hatched a couple months ago when he was  kicked off his committee post on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee. Meadows, Yoho and others had voted against Boehner in a procedural vote that would have allowed consideration of a measure to grant President Barack Obama so-called “fast track” authority in trade negotiations.Continue reading at


Boehner Embarrassed: His Whip Team Couldn’t Find Votes to Re-Elect Him Speaker Last Week

Note: A special thanks to our representative, Congressman Ted Yoho, who has had the courage to stand against John Boehner since he first took office in January, 2013.
Boehner Statue of Liberty

House Speaker Rep. John Boehner (R-OH) had been planning to call up on the House floor last week a measure from Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) that would have removed him as Speaker of the House if it succeeded—intending to embarrass Meadows—but abandoned the plan after his entire leadership structure learned that they did not have the votes to re-elect him as Speaker before the August recess.

“[House Majority Leader Kevin] McCarthy was making phone calls—he was whipping it—and so was [House Majority Whip]Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA),” a senior conservative movement leader who’s had many personal and direct discussions with various House GOP members about this told Breitbart News in an interview last week.

“I know members personally who were called by Steve Scalise. So they had the entire leadership whip team frantically making phone calls to members to whip the vote because they wanted to attempt to embarrass Meadows and call the vote [on Wednesday last week] so it’s not hanging over Boehner’s head.

“What they found out was the exact opposite. They found out bad things would happen, that literally they would be calling the vote without knowing what would happen. Therefore, they did not call the vote and now they have this issue hanging over John Boehner’s head for the next five weeks.” Continue reading at

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The GOP civil war has quietly exploded back into the open — and it could get nastier than ever


The Boehner Saga Goes On

Revealing the character of the man: John Boehner doesn’t think much of the recent challenge to his leadership by North Carolina Congressman, Mark Meadows. He doesn’t think much about his constituents or the American people either. In fact, he says it’s: “No Big Deal.”








Motion to Bounce Boehner in Tea Party Coup







Transcript:  What happens when you sell-out your political party one too many times? You get bounced. And Tea Party leader Mark Meadows just filed a motion to bounce Boehner as Speaker of the House.

And if a no -confidence vote in the full House aligns with Mr. Meadows and the coup succeeds, it’s bye-bye Boehner. But if it fails, Boehner will likely make life miserable for Meadows, blocking him key committees, and maybe allowing him to sweep the floors or take out the trash.

Meanwhile, John Boehner, ever eager to cut a deal with the devil or the Democrats or both, is hanging in by a thread, pending the House Rules Committee gatekeepers decision whether or not to pick up the motion.

And if John Boehner receives the left foot of fellowship by right-leaning Republicans, we will soon see a new House Speaker assume the 3rd most powerful position in government. But who will he or she be?

According to The Hill magazine, Paul Ryan of Wisconsin is on the short list. Not making The list is Trey Gowdy but could you imagine how interesting House sessions would be if the brilliant and brave Trey Gowdy were elected Speaker? C-SPANs ratings might reach a record number of viewers. And with 60% of Republicans polled wanting a new House leader, we soon may see a Speaker Walker or Speaker Gowdy or…

Nine in Ten Conservative Activists Say Dump Boehner

Photo credit: Jonathan Ernst/Reuters

Photo credit: Jonathan Ernst/Reuters

By Mike Flynn July 23, 2015

The conservative activist group Citizens United is releasing a new poll of its membership, which surveyed some 4,000 activists across the country. Just two percent approve of the job Congress is doing. More than 90 percent want their Member of Congress to replace current House Speaker Rep. John Boehner (R-OH)

“After four and a half years as Speaker, it’s become crystal clear that grassroots conservatives are through being patient with John Boehner,” David N. Bossie, president of Citizens United, said in a release. “Conservatives are clearly ready for new leadership in the U.S. House.”

The next scheduled vote for Speaker of the House will occur after the 2016 Presidential elections. Republicans are widely expected to maintain their majority in the House.

Republicans reclaimed the House majorityBoehner End is Near after the 2010 midterms elections, largely on opposition to ObamaCare and a failed economic stimulus package.

Since Republicans took control of the House, the nation’s total debt burden has grown almost 40 percent, rising from around $13 trillion in 2010 to $18 trillion today. Continue reading at

Epic Fail : Boehner Returns Meadows to Chairmanship After Buck Keeps Post

by Alex Swoyer  25 Jun 2015

MeadowsHouse Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) andRep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) jointly announced Thursday that Meadows would get his subcommittee chairmanship back after being punished for voting against House leadership on the Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) legislation that gave President Obama fast track authority to finalize his trade negotiations without amendments from Congress.

Chaffetz said in a press statement:

Last week I announced a change in the Government Operations sub-committee chairmanship. A number of people have asked me to reconsider that decision. Having spoken with Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) several times during the past week, I think we both better understand each other. I respect Mark and his approach. The discussions and candor have been healthy and productive. Ultimately, I believe we both want to do what is best for the country. Obviously I believe in Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) or I would not have appointed him to this position in the first place. It is in the best interest of the Committee to move forward together. Therefore, I have asked Mark to continue in his role as sub-committee Chairman.

“I greatly appreciate Chairman Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) willingness to reconsider his decision, as well as my Oversight and Government Reform Committee colleagues’ support. I will continue to vote and conduct myself in accordance with my conscience, what my constituents want me to do, and what is best for the country,” vowed Meadows.  Continue reading at

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Mark Levin: “Time for a New Republican Party”

There are many bad people in government, but when they start purging the good ones, it’s time to act!  Once again, my thanks to our congressman, Ted Yoho, for standing up against John Boehner for Speaker. Maybe next time, Three Will Be The Charm.

From Breitbart:  It’s time for conservatives to take out House Speaker Rep. John Boehner (R-OH) and all of his comrades in primaries, nationally syndicated radio host, New York Times bestselling author, and conservative movement thought leader Mark Levin argues in an exclusive comment to Breitbart News.

  Please click the above image to listen to this clip from Levin’s radio program.