What did the US Senate do Tuesday??
Obama Nominee to Replace AG Eric Holder
Apr 15 Update: Why Lynch may not make it
Sen. Dick Durbin: Repubs putting Lynch at the back of the bus
Flashback: Dems opposed Condoleezza Rice
Senator Tom Tillis voted against Lynch in the committee vote.
Per their DC offices both Tillis and Burr will vote "Nay" on the Lynch confirmation during the floor vote of the full senate.
Soft Repubs join Dems in Senate Judiciary Committee to approve Lynch nomination for vote on senate floor
Loretta Lynch, Mr. Obama's nominee for Attorney General, is clearly a highly intelligent Progressive Statist who holds her ideology above the Rule of Law.
Hope your senators won't vote to confirm her? Do more than hope, call.
Republican Leadership Approves Obama's Executive Amnesty Via DHS Funding
Promises to not exercise the House's Constitutional "power of the purse," promises to not impeach an imperial president, secret summertime negotiations with the White House and passage of the CR Omnibus bill to fund Obamacare along with the rest of the bloated, growing national government, funding executive amnesty and now actively campaigning against "fellow" Republicans (who actually are real conservatives) in their own districts. These are the actions of a GOP leadership that has no intention of changing the status quo in Washington. While there are a few, principled Constitutionalists in the Republican Party, the party itself is not a defender of liberty and property rights. Mitch McConnell is the man whose comment about "Tea Party" candidates in the primary elections was, “I think we are going to crush them." While the Democratic Party is running towards the abyss, the Republican party is fast-walking right behind it. If you are a Republican, what will you do?
Representative with ties to GOP leaders predicts House will cave on immigration: ‘We were never going to win’
Conservative's brackets of potential presidential candidates
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