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Paul Ryan: Speaker of the airwaves

Tuesday, 23 February 2016 15:35 Written by

Paul D. Ryan is revolutionizing the job of speaker of the House, adding to his constitutional responsibilities as the nation’s top legislator the role of ubiquitous spokesperson and advocate for his party’s agenda.
At a time when Republicans seem to be divided against themselves — with House conservatives still savoring their victory in forcing out Ryan’s predecessor, John Boehner, and Donald J. Trump as the GOP frontrunner for president — Ryan’s emergence as a fixture on national TV and radio is both pervasive and highly significant.
Through the first four months of his tenure as Washington’s highest-ranking Republican, Ryan has emerged as the speaker of the airwaves, racking up 37 national radio and television appearances, according to a count provided by his office, including a Fox News hit Monday with Megyn Kelly and a scheduled appearance Tuesday morning on CNBC.
For context, Boehner never did more than 38 interviews in a year as speaker, and Ryan has participated in nearly as many interviews as the House has had days in session, 38, since he was elected to lead Republicans.
“He takes seriously his duty to communicate conservative policies and use the bully pulpit he has,” spokeswoman Ashlee Strong said.

Facing an epidemic of overdoses, Obama rejects governors proposal to limit painkiller prescriptions

Tuesday, 23 February 2016 15:08 Written by

President Obama listens to a question during a meeting with governors at the White House.

By:  -FEBRUARY. 22, 2016.
Members of the National Governors Association came to Washington for their annual winter meeting with President Obama Monday, armed with a plan to restrict access to prescription painkillers and end the country’s deadly opioid epidemic.
But the proposal, which drew bipartisan support from within the NGA over the weekend, received a less-than-enthusiastic response when presented to the president.
“If we go to doctors right now and say ‘Don’t overprescribe’ without providing some mechanisms for people in these communities to deal with the pain that they have or the issues that they have, then we’re not going to solve the problem, because the pain is real, the mental illness is real,” Obama said during his meeting with the governors Monday. “In some cases, addiction is already there.”


Tuesday, 23 February 2016 10:57 Written by

Hopefully signaling the end of the Bush family dynasty

By: The Alex Jones Show - FEBRUARY 22, 2016

On the Sunday, February 21 edition of the Alex Jones Show we cover the results of the Nevada primary, Alex’s response to Donald Trump’s call to boycott Apple and the ominous threat of nukes in the Middle East.
Other news stories include the DOJ looking into classifying American patriots as terrorists and a crucial vote in the UK on EU membership.


Tuesday, 23 February 2016 10:54 Written by

Key moment in history may be the end of Bush dynasty

By: Richard Reeves | Infowars.com - FEBRUARY 22, 2016

Jeb Bush Announces he is suspending his campaign after a devastating loss in South Carolina.
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Tuesday, 23 February 2016 10:46 Written by

The G.O.P. is anxious to coalesce around a candidate to defeat Donald Trump

By: Jason Bahr | Vanity Fair - FEBRUARY 22, 2016

Jeb Bush’s resignation from the presidential race has already set off a chain reaction within the G.O.P., with The Huffington Post reporting Mitt Romney is set to endorse Marco Rubio following his strong second-place finish in Saturday’s South Carolina primary. And, according toPolitico, the pressure is already on for Bush to do the same.

Though details of Romney’s endorsement are “still being worked out” as of this morning, sources tell The Huffington Post that Romney has been “eager to provide his backing to Rubio for days” but hesitated out of respect for Bush. His endorsement could come before Tuesday’s G.O.P. caucuses in Nevada, which dedicated Romneyists will recall were twice won by Romney himself.

For his part, though, Rubio doesn’t believe the Romney endorsement is coming anytime soon. “Well, that report is false,” he told CNN of the Romney rumors on Sunday. “I have no reason to believe that he’s anywhere near endorsing anyone. We would love to have his endorsement, but there’s nothing forthcoming. I don’t know where those reports are coming from, but they’re false.”

Should Romney indeed endorse Rubio, his backing would make sense, as he and Rubio have a history: Rubio once made Romney’s VP shortlist, and Rubio once chilled at Romney’s New Hampshire vacation home on the Fourth of July, which is the most Republican sentence that has ever been written. Romney’s seal of approval is key in that it suggests establishment Republican leaders are finally ready to “coalesce” around Rubio, rallying together to defeat the waking nightmare that is Donald Trump’s current front-running status.

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WIGGLE ROOM: RNC VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS HILLARY’S BARE FACED LIES“I did not email any classified material to anyone on my email” Steve Watson | Infowars.com - FEBRUARY 22, 2016

Tuesday, 23 February 2016 06:40 Written by

“I did not email any classified material to anyone on my email”

By: Steve Watson | Infowars.com - FEBRUARY 22, 2016

Wiggle Room: RNC Video Highlights Hillary's BARE FACED LIES

A new Republican National Committee (RNC) video seizes upon Hillary Clinton’s bizarre comments in an interview last week when she refused to say she has not and will not lie to the American people.
Entitled ‘Wiggle Room’, the video highlights Clinton’s claim that “I’ve always tried to,” when she was asked ‘have you always told the truth?’ by CBS anchor Scott Pelley.


Tuesday, 23 February 2016 06:02 Written by

His largest lead yet heading into a vote

By: Zero Hedge - FEBRUARY 22, 2016

First Massachusetts Poll Shows Trump With 'Yuuge' Lead

With nine days until the Massachusetts Primary on March 1st (Super Tuesday), the first polls show Donald Trump with an enormous lead over his rivals for the GOP nomination (with Ted Cruz suffering the biggest setback). So much for all those Jeb supporters ‘swinging’ away from Trump.
According to The Emerson College Polling Society…
New #Massachusetts Poll#GOP@realDonaldTrump– 50%@marcorubio– 16%@JohnKasich– 13%@tedcruz– 10%@RealBenCarson– 2%
— ECPS (@EmersonPolling) February 22, 2016
His largest lead yet heading into a vote


Tuesday, 23 February 2016 05:37 Written by

Bush, finally threw in the towel, suspending his campaign after a dismal finish

By: AP - FEBRUARY 21, 2016
Trump Wins South Carolina; Jeb Bush Ends White House Bid
Donald Trump tightened his grip on the mantle of Republican presidential front-runner on Saturday as South Carolina voters seething about Washington and career politicians propelled the billionaire businessman to a comfortable primary win.

One of Trump’s favorite targets, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, finally threw in the towel, suspending his campaign after a dismal finish. “Thank you for the opportunity to run for the greatest office on the face of the earth,” an emotional Bush told his supporters.

Trump looked ahead to Nevada and then the 10 primaries and caucuses on Super Tuesday as he tries to increase his delegate advantage.

In a family-affair victory speech, Trump ticked off his policy promises, vowing to terminate President Barack Obama’s health care law and get Mexico to pay for a wall at the border.

“We’re going to start winning for our country because our country doesn’t win anymore,” said Trump, with his wife, Melania, and daughter Ivanka at his side.

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