SORT BY Relevancy
We are happy that Trey Gowdy is in charge of the Benghazi investigation for the reason that he will get the facts. The other reason we are glad is that once he does NOTHING WILL BE DONE! No one will be happier than us if we are wrong but recent history in DC shows that will be the case. Hopefully this sorry fact will underscore the importance of an Article 5 Convention to amend things in the US Constitution WITHOUT THE PARTICIPATION OF A CORRUPT CONGRESS. The power in this country does and should reside in the states not in a centralized Washington government. We also discuss playoffs in the NBA and NHL and the NFL draft. Meanwhile, Putin marches on!
While Hillary is in hiding trying to come up with an acceptable personality (and undoubtedly undergoing some plastic surgery to come up with an acceptable face) there is one person that can find her. Trey Gowdy is that person and he WILL call her to testify on the Benghazi fiasco, hopefully at the worst moment possible. At the same time Republicans lined up in Iowa this week to start the show for the 2016 presidential race. Putin is pushing harder into the Crimea in Ukraine, Obama threatens to veto the Keystone Pipeline after Senate passage, 3 Americans are killed by an Afghani soldier, Islamic radicals have their own day at the Texas legislature. Meanwhile the hottest story on the internet is the woman with 3 breasts!! And we wonder why we’re in the toilet.
On this episode, Pastor Brian first discusses some of the insights received from Congressman Trey Gowdy during the Friday, March 20th, 2015 convocation at Liberty University as well as Ted Cruz's announcement of his 2016 Presidential run.
Secondly, Pastor Brian provides some reasons why he holds to the unity of Isaiah as opposed to some textual critics who claim that three authors wrote the book of Isaiah.
Live from the nation's capitol, the first woman ever elected Secretary to the US Senate joins us with an update and the backstory to what's happening in this week in the Senate and the House.
Loretta Lynch confirmation to replace Eric Holder as Attorney General?
Harry Reid says "Not only no, but HELL no!" to Obama's US Pacific Trade Deal. Kinda puts Hillary in a dilemma - she was for it, before she was against it.
Maj. Leader Mitch "Mumbles" McConnell filed cloture on the nomination of Loretta Lynch to set up a test vote on Thursday morning. If she clears 60 votes, the Senate will move forward to confirm her as Eric Holder's replacement as Attorney General.
IRS Chief Koskinen testified on the Hill today, explaining why $100m was taken away from customer service (8 million phone calls went unanswered) to pay for bonuses, employee activities, and IT services.
House Speaker John Boehner says Clinton and the White House are not cooperating with Rep. Trey Gowdy's Benghazi investigation. I beleive the word is "stonewalling". Gowdy promising to drop the report on what happened just before the 2016 presidential election if Hillary does not immediately comply with requests to turn over documents.
Congress College airs tonight at 6:30 EDT where your host, Elizabeth Chryst, will break down the code talk that comes out of DC. Elizabeth was the first woman ever elected by the United States Senate to serve as the U.S. Senate Secretary for the Majority, for the GOP. Congress College airs 2x's weekly, Mon & Fri @6:30 PM EDT and the podcasts can be heard from GradeGov. com under the radio tab. Happy listening.
There is a reason that so many of Hillary’s political donors also give to the family foundation, and it’s not because they have never heard of the Red Cross; Bribes disguised as "charitable gifts": Hillary Clinton's possible legal trouble; House Select Committee On Benghazi Chairman Trey Gowdy knew about Mrs. Clinton’s secret email server six months ago and did nothing about it, and that too is a scandal; Thanks to Hillary’s flouting of record-keeping laws, the substance of her communications with Obama — on Benghazi, say — remains a mystery; It's beginning to dawn on Democrats that Hillary Clinton is not even a has-been, but a never-was and never-will-be - or what I've been saying for over two years now - leaving the path to the Democrat nomination wide open for the Massachusetts senator NOT named Ed Markey; But can Republicans think "outside the box" sufficently to actually take a stab at winning instead of taking their usual dive?
Today's Senate Judiciary Hearing questioning Loretta Lynch, potential Attorney General replacement for Eric Holder.
Several generals have formed a committe to investigate what exactly happened in Benghazi, and they're concerned that House investigations chairman Trey Gowdy might be undergoing pressure by those who DO know what happened and want it covered up.
We discuss all of that and more with our Capitol Hill insider Elizabeth Letchworth, retired Secretary to the US Senate.
Tonight we'll talk with Alan Jones of 1776 Channel news site, who today broke a story that revealed the stunning CIA-backed nexus between Hawaii's Health Director Dr. Alvin Onaka, Eleanor Nordyke (mother of twins born in Kapiolani Hospital the day before Obama was) and Stanley Ann Dunham.
Today was the opning day of CPAC - the annual Conservative Political Action Committee Conference, held at the Gaylord National Resort in National Harbor, MD. C-Span covered it. I watched it. Tonight we'll talk about it.
Also, the FCC passed Net Neutrality regulations, which was expected, though we hoped it wouldn't be.
Trey Gowdy had quite a few things to say at the House Judiciary's hearings on Obama's Executive Actions on Immigration. We'll share those comments with you.
Trey Gowdy is the US Representative for South Carolina’s 4th District. Representative Gowdy serves on the House Committees on Education and the Workforce, Ethics, Judiciary, and Oversight and Government Reform. He also serves as Chairman of the Subcommittee on Immigration and Border Security for the Judiciary Committee. He is a frequent guest on many cable and radio shows, and is known for his outspoken conservatism. Peter J. Wallison is Arthur F. Burns Fellow and codirector of AEI's program on financial policy studies.