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RNC’s Fundraising Numbers Should Scare Every Democrat Ahead Of Midterms

From Political Insider

The fundraising statistics from March are in, and the Republican National Committee (RNC) is continuing their blowout start to the year.

Earlier today, the RNC announced that they raised $13.8 million in March, which set a new record for the RNC’s fundraising for that month in a non-presidential election year. The RNC has had record-setting fundraising months every month this year so far.

According to The Hill:

The RNC’s March haul brings the committee’s first-quarter fundraising to $39 million and boosts its total fundraising for the 2018 cycle to $171.5 million.

The RNC ends March with $42.9 million cash on hand, with no debt reported.

The RNC is planning to spend $250 million on the midterm elections this year as the party looks to protect its majority in the House. Democrats need to flip 23 seats to take back the lower chamber.

The DNC, meanwhile, has been a sinking ship.

For as much media enthusiasm as there has been for the anti-Trump “resistance,” none of these “resisters” seem to be putting their money where their mouths are.

In February, the DNC had to take on $2 million in debt to keep operations running, and they took an additional $160k in March. The DNC now has outstanding debt of over $6 million.

While the DNC has not yet released their fundraising numbers for March, they’ve been out-raised by the RNC for at least the past 11 consecutive months. In other words, once Trump became President, that’s when the RNC began picking up steam. That’s a positive sign for Republicans in the coming midterms.

As of February, the DNC had raised only $10 million (or less than what the RNC raised in March alone).

In an attempt to boost those figures, the DNC is going to be implementing a losing strategy next-month, by having Hillary Clinton speak at their annual Women’s Leadership Forum.

House members should cosponsor MERIT Act, House should pass

From Americans for limited Government

April 9, 2018, Fairfax, Va.—Americans for Limited Government President Rick Manning today issued the following statement urging members of the House to cosponsor H.R. 559, the Modern Employment Reform, Improvement, and Transformation Act of 2017 or the MERIT Act of 2017 offered by U.S. Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-Ga.) and the House to pass it:

“Every House Member should support the MERIT Act, which would expedite the removal of federal employees who have engaged in misconduct or are simply not performing, while limiting appeals to 30 days. Under current law it can take multiple years to remove an employee. A system that was initially designed to stop political manipulation of the civil service has become an unhealthy protection of bad behavior. Many Americans wonder how civil servants at the Justice Department who abused their power still have their jobs. The reason is because of antiquated civil service protections. Congress has already managed to reform this problem at the Department of Veterans Affairs, and it’s working, now it needs to be allowed to work for all the other departments and agencies to hold federal employees accountable for their actions. This is a bill whose time has come.”

Show Notes 03-01-2015

Sunday show 03-01-15

Republican rebels stand fast against Boehner and amnesty
In the contentious voting over a Homeland Security funding bill Friday night, nearly 50 mostly conservative Republicans openly defied House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio – not once, but twice.
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Egyptian court declares Hamas terrorist organization
An Egyptian court declared Hamas a “terrorist organization” on Saturday, further isolating the blockaded rulers of the Gaza Strip once openly welcomed by the country’s toppled Islamist-dominated government.
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Feds Raid Texas Political Meeting; Fingerprint And Photograph All Attendees, Seize Phones
BRYAN, TX: Federal and local police forces raided a political meeting, taking unusual measures to document every attendee by taking fingerprints and photographs, and seizing every cell phone and all recording equipment in the meeting hall.
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Daughters of Liberty
The Revolutionary War brought women into many new causes. Although women’s organizations had begun to appear in the late 1600s, it was not until the mid 1700s that these organizations involved politics. The Daughters of Liberty proved that women’s involvement in politics could be beneficial to the country. They were relevant in the shaping of our American history.
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Survey: Dems much more likely to talk about their guns
A new poll reveals that Democrats are far more likely to be willing to talk about their guns than Republicans or independents. The revelation comes just as the American Academy of Family Physicians is launching a campaign to emphasize just that – talking about guns. Specifically the doctors say they oppose any restrictions on their discussions about guns with their patients, and they want to take a “public health approach” on the issue of weapons.
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Ted Cruz spill secret of GOP amnesty sabotage
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, strongly suggested the fix was in from the beginning by GOP leaders to sabotage the fight against Obama’s amnesty, saying, “The cake was baked from the start.”
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Kerry: Israel safer after interim Iran deal
“Israel is safer today because of the interim agreement we created,” Kerry said on ABC’s This Week. “It is to guarantee that we will know that Iran cannot develop a nuclear weapon under the procedure that we’re putting in place.” Kerry’s comments come amid grave concerns in Israel over Tehran’s nuclear ambitions. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu landed in Washington, D.C. on Sunday and will address the issue before a joint session of Congress on Tuesday.
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Show Notes 11/10/2013

Sunday Show 11/10/13
Special Guest; B. Davis Campbell Author of “A Place I Didn’t Want To Go: My Victory Over Cancer”
Davis became a registered nurse in 1983 and later a nurse practitioner in 2001. In 2004, at age 43, he was shocked to discover he had Stage III bladder cancer. He subsequently underwent total removal of his bladder and creation of a new bladder, a “neobladder”, out of twenty inches of his small intestine.
Out of fuel GOCE satellite to crash on earth Sunday afternoon
A 2,000-pound European satellite has run out of fuel and will plunge back to Earth sometime between 5:30 P.M. EST and 7:30 P.M., a spokesman for Europe’s Space Debris Office told http://www.foxnews.com/science/2013/11/10/out-fuel-goce-satellite-to-crash-land-on-earth-sunday-afternoon/?intcmp=latestnews
Unemployment among black youth 393% higher than national rate
The black youth unemployment rate for ages 16-19 is 393% higher than the national unemployment rate, according to data released today by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). http://cnsnews.com/news/article/ali-meyer/unemployment-among-black-youth-393-higher-national-rate#sthash.XbJf9x3T.dpuf
Melissa Joan Hart: These days there are more Republicans in Hollywood
FOX411: We love the story of you proudly announcing on the “Sabrina” set that you voted for [Bob] Dole and your co-stars being horrified.

Government pays 112,346 to develop strawberry harvest aiding robots
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has given an award of $1,123,463 to the University of California, Davis to develop “relatively small, inexpensive robots” to aid in harvesting strawberries.
The announcement was made in late October as part of a series of USDA awards “to spur the development and use of robots in American agriculture production,” according to a USDA press release.
United States Marines

Leading up to the American Revolution, a committee of the Continental Congress met to draft a resolution calling for two battalions of Marines able to fight for independence at sea and on shore. The resolution was approved on November 10, 1775, officially forming the Continental Marines.

Mark Levin gives unvarnished truth on Rommey loss

Mark Levin passionately defends conservatism and analyzes last night’s election in the opening monologue of the Wednesday broadcast of his nationally syndicated radio program. Here’s a partial transcript of Levin’s opening remarks:

MARK LEVIN: We conservatives, we do not accept bipartisanship in the pursuit of tyranny. Period. We will not negotiate the terms of our economic and political servitude. Period. We will not abandon our child to a dark and bleak future. We will not accept a fate that is alien to the legacy we inherited from every single future generation in this country. We will not accept social engineering by politicians and bureaucrats who treat us like lab rats, rather than self-sufficient human beings. There are those in this country who choose tyranny over liberty. They do not speak for us, 57 million of us who voted against this yesterday, and they do not get to dictate to us under our Constitution.

We are the alternative. We will resist. We’re not going to surrender to this. We will not be passive, we will not be compliant in our demise. We’re not good losers, you better believe we’re sore losers! A good loser is a loser forever. Now I hear we’re called ‘purists.’ Conservatives are called purists. The very people who keep nominating moderates, now call us purists the way the left calls us purists. Yeah, things like liberty, and property rights, individual sovereignty, and the Constitution, and capitalism. We’re purists now. And we have to hear this crap from conservatives, or pseudo-conservatives, Republicans.