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Former Republican Attorney General Grant Woods endorses Fred DuVal
"Fred has the skills and temperament we need to put aside the divisive politics and move Arizona forward.
I'm a Republican and was proud to chair Governor Brewer's campaign. Now I'm proud to support Fred DuVal. Because it's what's best for Arizona."Also available in iTunes
Republican address, Rep. Tom Rooney (R-FL) shares stories from seniors in his district who, because of the new health care law, have already lost access to the doctors and plans they like – something the president repeatedly promised would not happen. With this law continuing to wipe out options for seniors, Rooney joins House Republican leaders in urging the president to address these problems before it is too late. - See more at: http://www.speaker.gov/video/weekly-republican-address-calling-president-obama-keep-his-promise-america-s-seniors#sthash.kGZ6dAEg.dpuf
Calling on President Obama to Keep His Promise to America’s Seniors - See more at: http://www.speaker.gov/video/weekly-republican-address-calling-president-obama-keep-his-promise-america-s-seniors#sthash.kGZ6dAEg.dpuf
Iowa’s Republican nominee for U.S. Senate, Joni Ernst, says that “America’s greatness comes from people, not government.”
Calling for a Balanced Budget Amendment, a domestic energy supply that fosters job creation and national security, individual control over healthcare, and stronger public schools, Ernst explains that solutions can only occur when the American people decide what is best for their communities. As an active member of the Iowa National Guard, Ernst understands the effects of the nation’s failing VA and the need for an immediate fix to the issue. "The problem in America today is that Washington is full of liberals who think government is the solution to every problem,” says Ernst. “They think that nothing can be solved unless Washington is involved. ... Today, to get America back on track it is going to take each of us working together to advance real solutions to our problems – not more tired rhetoric. Also available in iTunes and http://www.americanfreedombybarbara.com
House Energy & Commerce Committee Chairman Fred Upton (R-MI) discusses legislation the House will take up next week to maximize the potential of America’s energy abundance. “These steps,” Upton says, “could help save money for American families, create new jobs and industries, and strengthen our position in the world.”
He compares this pro-growth vision to Obama administration policies that fail to keep pace with the changing energy landscape and leave Americans more vulnerable to higher prices, fewer jobs, and more global instability.Also available in iTunes
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Guest David Bego
David and I will be discussing Supreme Courts rullings on Burwell v Hobby Lobby The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby that for-profit employers with religious objections can opt out of providing contraception coverage under Obamacare and
Harris v Quinn-Court ruled that unions could only extract fees to cover costs of collective bargaining from fully-fledged state employees
President/CEO of Executive Management Services
• Employee Advocate Against SEIU
November 12th day before the Supreme Court hears a case where my first book was introduced as evidence? “The Devil at My Doorstep” Introduced to the Supreme Court
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Republican Weekly Address
Senator Tom Cobuen, Oklahoma
Speaking on the problems at the VA
“Veterans who have survived war should no longer have to do battle with bureaucracy to access the best possible care.
“It’s time to give our combat-impacted veterans the very best care that they have earned and deserve.
“The foundation of having other people serve depends on how well we take care of those that have.”
“May God bless you.”
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Congressman NRCC Chairman Greg Walden (R-Oregon)
No matter where you stand on the issues, this much is clear: something has gone terribly wrong in Washington.
And Americans have good reason to be fed up.
For nearly six years now, we’ve had an administration that trusts government more than you, that spends rather than saves, that believes change comes from desks in Washington and not kitchen counters like this one.
Republicans have sought to do things differently.Also available in iTunes
Guest: Bruce Ash
Arizona’s Four-Term National Republican Committeeman,
Bruce Ash native Arizonan was born in Tucson, Arizona. He graduated from the University of Arizona receiving a Bachelor of Science Degree in Real Estate and Finance.
Throughout his professional career Bruce Ash has served on a local, national and international level in various health philanthropic and care organizations and brings his vast experience in business and fund raising efforts to Republican political activism in Arizona. Mr. Ash was selected as Arizona’s Republican Committeeman in 2007 and was re-elected to a four year term in May 2008. He is a member of the RNC Standing Committee on Resolutions (2009- Present) and Standing Committee on Rules (2009 – Present). In 2010 Mr. Ash was elected Chairman of the Standing Committee on Rules (2010 – 2012).
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Congressman Scalise discusses unemployment, jobs, wages and the Keystone Pipeline.There are nearly 300 House-passed bills collecting dust in the Senate today – more than 40 of them specifically focused on creating jobs.
These include popular bipartisan projects like the Keystone XL pipeline – something the president’s own administration says will create 40,000 jobs.
These bills are locked in the Senate Building in Harry Reid's desk.Also available in iTunes