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Willard Romney's advisers told The Daily Telegraph that he would abandon Mr Obama’s “Left-wing” coolness towards London. Mr Romney was better placed to understand the depth of ties between the two countries than Mr Obama, whose father was from Africa.
“We are part of an Anglo-Saxon heritage, and he feels that the special relationship is special,” the adviser said of Mr Romney, adding: “The White House didn’t fully appreciate the shared history we have”.
Join HTR as we explore the future of amphibians in the USA pet trade. This special episode will have guest from the Amphibian Survival Alliance (ASA) Reid Harris and maybe a few others. Also we will have Josh Willard and Zach Brinks of Josh's frogs talking about Amphibians in the herp industry. Don't miss this one.
Jeb Bush has decided he's going to decide if he should run for president. He can probably be said to be the biggest panderer to the phony "Hispanic" demographic. Meanwhile Obama just slaps Cuban exiles and immigrants in the face by unilaterally deciding that he can wipe out the 50 year old embargo on Cuba. He gives the despatic murderous regime there NO incentive at all to change and consider human rights. Terry says we should do it becuse we are looking more like Cuba every day. Meanwhile Putin marches on and Kim Il Sung threatens the US with success
LatinoTalk Texas is America's only daily independent political analysis from the Latino perspective. On today's show, I discuss political analysis on the actions of the nation's leading VENDIDO, Rafael "Ted" Cruz, and how his bullying tactics and most ardent anti-immigration efforts are the polar opposite of Jeb Bush who both favors immigration reform and public school reform. I read articles about both and add my analysis about them and note that Cruz, along with Mike Lee of Utah and Rand Paul of Kentucky, were all elected with a harsh enforcement only anti-immigration perspective and I submit that agenda is actually anti-Latino in its motivation is also very divisive and polarizing. On the other hand, Jeb Bush, former Florida Governor and originally from Texas is the polar opposite but also Republican. He is for immigration reform and public school reform, both topics important and favored by Latinos. Bush has won larger percentages of Latino voters in the past buth can he, as a Republican, win back all those Latinos and more driven away from the party by bullies like Rafael Ted Cruz, the Vendido? I also notice that the Democrats who also do not favor immigration reform but rather remain quiet on the topic and allow the the deeply divided GOP to self destruct. Their strategy will be to wait and see and rely upon the fact that they have had the Latino vote for decades and assume the GOP will mess up like Romney in the past and drive away more and more Latino voters in the next major election. I propose that while Arizona was ground zero for the immigration debate in the years past that Texas and what it does under Abbott and Patrick will become the new epicenter of the immigration debate in America especially since Cruz and Bush and Paul are all from Texas. Except that Cruz, the Vendido, is actually from Canada!
The day we have been waiting for has arrived! We have our first serious move by a potential Presidential candidate. Jeb Bush has announced the formation of an "Exploritory Committee" . In other words..."I'm running!"
What a smart move. Not that his announcement will guarantee a win, but it places him the position of the one to beat. The battle to beat Bush is two fold: 1. The Battle of the Bucks". and 2. He is now the top dog, at least for now.
Today, we will all join together "In the Pickle Barrel" to take an indepth look at the possible GOP candidate list. Why are they considering to join this fight? Who really has a chance? Which candidate possible candidates WILL NOT jump in the race? Who will ultimately win the GOP nomination?
Let the games begin!
See you at 8AM-10AM EST "In the Pickle Barrel".
A Note from Jeb Bush
December 16, 2014 at 9:59am
Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah!
Like many of you, our family was blessed with the opportunity to gather together over the recent Thanksgiving holiday.Columba and I are so proud of the wonderful adults our children have become, and we loved spending time with our three precious grandchildren.
We shared good food and watched a whole lot of football.
We also talked about the future of our nation. As a result of these conversations and thoughtful consideration of the kind of strong leadership I think America needs, I have decided to actively explore the possibility of running for President of the United States.
In January, I also plan to establish a Leadership PAC that will help me facilitate conversations with citizens across America to discuss the most critical challenges facing our exceptional nation. The PAC’s purpose will be to support leaders, ideas and policies that will expand opportunity and prosperity for all Americans.
In the coming months, I hope to visit with many of you and have a conversation about restoring the promise of America.
Best wishes to you and your families for a happy holiday season. I’ll be in touch soon.
Join us Tuesday night December 16, 2014 at 9pm eastern as we welcome Tony Burk to the show! Tony is a bigfoot researcher who lives in Georgia. He is originally from Ohio and is a commercial truck driver. Tony has a Facebook page called "Appalation Sasquatch And Bigfoot Research". The page is located at https://www.facebook.com/groups/658235310892474/
Tony has recently found some prints in Georgia. He had his first experience with bigfoot when in Ohio. However, we want to discuss the subject of bigfoot with Tony and get to know him. Tony contacted us on Facebook as he had some things he would like to discuss, so we are looking forward to speaking with him on the show!
Elizabeth Warren is the face of the modern Democrats, and Hillary Clinton is their Mitt Romney; All the ways in which the public sides with conservatives, if only Republicans could bring themselves to believe it; The total, utter failure of Man Haron Monis, and why he deserved every bit of it; Democrats, supposedly "shocked" by the CIA’s tactics, dishonor the people who died on 9/11; and never big on law and order, hard-left insurrectionists target innocent bridges and tunnels.
Join us Tuesday night December 9, 2014 at 9pm eastern as we present our Topic Tuesday subject: The Challenges of Bigfoot Research! Many folks face challenges while researching. Some of those challenges could be financial, physical, time or other personal challenges. What challenges have you, our listeners, experienced? Some may have physical handicaps, some may have financial issues that make it hard for purchasing equipment or having gas for the car, yet many overcome these challenges and still get out there. We want to hear from YOU!!! Creature Seeker and Billy Willard will discuss their personal challenges and what they have done to overcome them, but we also want to hear from others. Please call into the show at (347) 237-5070 or tell us about it during the show in the chatroom.
The headline from the Houston Chronicle reads" Willard Romney draws boos, applause from NAACP crowd".
Chandler Vaughan, executive director of the Juanita Craft Foundation in Dallas and an NAACP member since 1982, said he thought Romney's reference to canceling what he called Obamacare "was a purposeful attempt to solicit that kind of reaction from an audience, which can then be used for his own purposes in his political campaign. I thought that the NAACP audience here today was very respectful under the circumstances."
The Rev. James Nash, pastor of St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church in Sunnyside, said he was glad Romney came, but that he didn't hear any solutions. "Then he had the audacity to talk about repealing Obamacare. That's his plan. ... He should have known he was going to get a negative reaction to that,"
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Prior to his role with Qualtrics, Mike earned an MBA at Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management and an MPA at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government where he also taught public speaking and communications at the graduate level. He received his BA from Brigham Young University in American Studies where he graduated magna cum laude.
Mike is the former Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Evergreen Development Foundation and worked as a law clerk on the 2012 Romney for President campaign. He has also served in a variety of positions focusing on third-world development and healthcare access in the developing world.