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NETTP Blockwalking Schedule – and PRIZES!

Posted November 8th, 2015 by Julie

NE Tarrant Tea Party is generally considered to be the strongest tea party group in the state, and, by default, often considered the strongest in the nation as well.  Wouldn’t it be easy to take pride in that and sit back on our laurels with a smug smile shouting,  “Woohoo!  Aren’t we great?”

But you know what?  We have no bragging rights. Geographically speaking, if we were anything less than the best, it should raise eyebrows.  We’re in the reddest county in the state, for crying out loud.  Of COURSE that leads to a strong tea party.

So no, we have no room to brag about being #1.  Rather, we should see it as a huge responsibility.  It is up to US to lead the way.  It is up to US to help the rest of the state.  It is up to US to pledge our lives, our fortunes and our sacred honor to the conservatives in purple and blue areas of Texas.  Don’t you agree?

We should be burdened by this responsibility every night when we go to bed, every morning as we rise, and all day as we strive for freedom for all.

And with that admonition, I introduce to you NETTP’s aggressive blockwalking schedule for the 2016 Primary Election.

We came out strong with two Shark Tank events, raising $100,000 each time for conservative candidates around the state.  Now we need to follow that up with just as strong an effort at campaigning. Blockwalking wins elections…. and we are offering prizes to those who help!  Make sure to read all the way to the end for details.

  • November 14 – We’re kicking off our blockwalking with one of our fave’s, Jonathan Stickland.  Stickland is facing a challenger in the HEB area who claims he can be more effective than Jonathan.  It’s a sweet idea and I’m sure he’s a likeable enough guy, but perhaps somewhat naive?  You don’t go to Austin to make friends and get along with the enemy.  You go to Austin to fight, and Stickland has proven himself over and over as a champion for the people.  We will respond by being a champion for him.  The NETTP blockwalk for Stickland is THIS Saturday, Nov 14, from 9:30am-1:00pm.  Meet at 4217 W Pipeline Rd, Euless.  Donuts, juice, tshirts, training and walk lists provided!  Please rsvp to so we can be prepared.
  • November 21   – As much as we hate to admit it, Matt Rinaldi unseated Stickland as the #1 most conservative State Rep in Texas.  We can’t let the Left take his seat now!  In his last election, Rinaldi won by less than 100 votes.  Our blockwalking can definitely make the difference between winning and losing this race!  We’ll meet at 12300 Ford Rd in Farmer’s Branch at 9:30am and walk until lunch.  Donuts, coffee, tshirts, training and walk lists provided.  Please rsvp to so we can be prepared.
  • December 5 – At last!  A viable challenger for one of Speaker Joe Straus’s top henchmen, Charlie Geren.  Hopefully you’ve had a chance by now to meet Bo French!  He’s in the Ft Worth area.  We’ll meet at 5934 River Oaks Blvd in Fort Worth at 9:30 am for training and walk 10:00-12:00. Breakfast pastries and t-shirts will be provided!  Please rsvp to so we can be prepared.
  • January 2 – Texas’ #3 most conservative State Rep is none other than local hero Tony Tinderholt!  We’re playing whack-a-mole in that area.  Those liberals keep trying to hold onto that seat, and we have to keep popping ’em on the head!  We’ll meet at 1221 W. Nathan Lowe Rd, Arlington, at 9:30am for training and then walk from 10:30-12:30.  Breakfast, tshirt, training and walk list provided.  Please rsvp to so we can be prepared.
  • January 9 – this is our second and final group walk for Jonathan Stickland, though he would love to have your help at any time if something else works out better for you.  We’ll serve 9:30am-1:00pm.  Meet at 4217 W Pipeline Rd, Euless.  Donuts, juice, tshirts, training and walk lists provided!  Please rsvp to so we can be prepared.
  • January 16 – If you kept up with the legislative session in the spring, you’ve likely heard of (and been disgusted by) State Rep Jason Villalba.  He loves to claim conservative credentials and get all sorts of media attention, but his record and goals are a disappointment, to put it mildly.  Lucky for Texas, Dan Morenoff is challenging his seat!  This walk will be at 2:30pm for training, and then we’ll be walking from 3:00-5:00pm.  Pizza is provided!  Meet up place TBD, but this is in the Dallas area.  Please rsvp to so we can be prepared.
  • January 30 – This is our second and final group walk for Matt Rinaldi, though he would love to have your help at any time if something else works out better for you.  We’ll meet at 12300 Ford Rd in Farmer’s Branch at 9:30am and walk until lunch.  Donuts, coffee, tshirts, training and walk lists provided.  Please rsvp to so we can be prepared.
  • February 6 – If you have not yet met Thomas McNutt, you are in for a real treat!  He was the most-loved candidate at both of our Shark Tank events combined!  He’s got passion and energy and a love for conservative politics!  And get this –he’s challenging Straus lieutenant Byron Cook!  Doesn’t get any better than this, folks!  Because this area is a little further away (Corsicana), we’re only doing ONE walk for McNutt, and we’re making it an all-day event.  Trust me, this is gonna be more like a party than work!  We’ll meet at 9:00am at the NRH Centre parking lot, 6000 Hawk Ave, North Richland Hills, and we’ll carpool to Corsicana together.  There will be a 12-passenger van for carpooling or you may drive your own vehicle with or without extra riders.  After training and walking in the AM, we’ll break for lunch (provided by McNutt), and then continue walking through the afternoon, ending by 4pm.  Then we’ll carpool home again.  Please rsvp to so we can be prepared.
  • February 13 – This is our second and final group walk for Dan Morenoff, though he would love to have your help at any time if something else works out better for you.  This walk will be at 2:30pm for training, and then we’ll be walking from 3:00-5:00pm.  Pizza is provided!  Meet up place TBD, but this is in the Dallas area.  Please rsvp to so we can be prepared.
  • February 20 – This is our second and final group walk for Bo French, though he would love to have your help at any time if something else works out better for you.  He’s in the Ft Worth area.  Details on this walk will be updated as available.  Please rsvp to so we can be prepared.
  • Feb 27 – This is our second and final group walk for Tony Tinderholt, though he would love to have your help at any time if something else works out better for you.  We’ll meet at 1221 W. Nathan Lowe Rd, Arlington, at 9:30am for training and then walk from 10:30-12:30.  Breakfast, tshirt, training and walk list provided.  Please rsvp to so we can be prepared.

It doesn’t matter if you’ve never blockwalked before.  Blockwalking is easy, and honestly, it can be pretty fun and encouraging.  Sure, the first couple doors may feel intimidating, but once you get going you’ll feel great about the difference you are making and the support you are finding.

And we make it as easy as possible.  Before we send anyone out, they are trained on key issues for that particular race and how to present them.  It just takes 30 minutes or less to get orientated.

If you cannot walk, we also need drivers.  Makes it a lot easier for the walkers if someone is following along in a car so they don’t have to walk all the way back at the end of the block.  And while the driver is waiting, they can map out the next street to take.

Oh, and did someone mention PRIZES???  Why yes, we did! 

PRIZES!  We will have prizes for the individual who participates in the most group blockwalks, as well as the one who recruits the most helpers.  In order to win, you must sign up through and include any friends you are bringing.  Winners in each category will receive 2 free tickets to our next big fundraiser — a Texas Independence Day celebration!  And you know our big bashes are GOOD.  Sign up now!

So get out your calendars and see how many Saturdays you can sign up for.  It’s time for folks to commit to helping these good candidates.  They have put their money, time and reputations on the line FOR US.  It’s something many of us would NEVER do, but they have, and they are counting on our help.  Send an email to so we know how many to expect.  Each week we’ll also send out an email to catch those that need to wait and see if they can make it work.

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November 2015 Election (including Grapevine Special Election)

Posted October 14th, 2015 by Julie

Seven amendments will be up for consideration by Texans in the Nov. 3 ballot (early voting runs from Oct. 19 through Oct. 30). Here they are in layman’s terms so that you can make an informed decision on how to vote.


Proposition 1 – SJR 1
Explanation: Increases the homestead exemption for public school districts by $10,000, gives the legislature the authority to prohibit local government entities from reducing or repealing optional homestead exemptions already in place, and prohibits a transfer tax or fee on real estate transactions.
Proposition 2 – HJR 75
Explanation: Current state law provides for an exemption from property taxes for surviving spouses of 100% disabled veterans who after January 1, 2010, provided that they meet a certain criteria. This proposition would make eligible the same benefits to the surviving spouses of 100% disabled veterans who died before the law took effect, provided they meet the same criteria.
Proposition 3 – SJR 52
Explanation: Current law requires a statewide elected official to maintain a residence in the Austin area while they serve their term. This amendment would change that provision in the state constitution and allow statewide elected officials to live at home while serving their term.
Proposition 4 – HJR 73
Explanation: Authorizes the foundations of professional sports teams in Texas to conduct charitable raffles during games.
Proposition 5 – SJR 17
Explanation: Authorizes a county with a population of 7,500 or less to perform private road construction and maintenance.
Proposition 6 – SJR 22
Explanation: Amends the state constitution to recognize the right of Texans to hunt, fish, and harvest wildlife subject to laws promoting wildlife conservation.
Proposition 7 – SJR 5
Explanation: Dedicates a portion of state sales tax revenue and motor vehicle sales to the state highway fund, to be used only for non-tolled roads and reduction of transportation-related debt.

Grapevine Only:

There is a special City Council election to fill an unexpired term for City Council Place 1.  This election will coincide with the State Constitution Amendments Election.

Early voting October 19 – October 30 at The REC of Grapevine, 1175 Municipal Way
or any Tarrant County polling place

Visit here for additional information.

On November 3, residents must vote at their designated precinct.


  • Paul Slechta – head of the Chamber of Commerce, met with tea party leaders and agreed to always be willing to hear our voice
  • Marc Blum – occasional tea party attendee, 3rd time to run
  • Lee Derr – head of the Historical Society, no contact with the tea party to date
  • Christian Ross – small business owner, attended tea party meeting as well as the 1-hr prayer meeting prior and was very well liked

January 11: Numbers USA

Posted October 13th, 2015 by Julie

Numbers USA is a well-recognized national organization – the largest one, in fact – keeping an eye on immigration issues in our country.  And because we have a tea party member who is friends with the heads of this group, they have agreed to speak to NETTP at our January meeting!  This is quite a treat!

NE Tarrant Tea Party meeting

 Speaker:  Jim Robb, Numbers USA

Also speaking:  Aaron Harris of Direct Action Texas on blockwalking

Monday, January 11

5:00pm – Prayer meeting (all welcome)

5:45pm – $5 dinner served while supplies last
(no rsvp necessary)

6:30-8:00pm – meeting

NRH Centre:  6000 Hawk Ave, N Richland Hills 76180

All patriots are welcome — no memberships, no fees, no dues!

About Numbers USA:

NumbersUSA Education & Research Foundation provides a civil forum for Americans of all political and ethnic backgrounds to focus on a single issue, the numerical level of U.S. immigration. We educate opinion leaders, policymakers and the public on immigration legislation, policies and their consequences. We favor reductions in immigration numbers toward traditional levels that would allow present and future generations of Americans to enjoy a stabilizing U.S. population and a high degree of individual liberty, mobility, environmental quality, worker fairness and fiscal responsibility.

Based in the Washington D.C. area and Arlington, Virginia, NumbersUSA Action is the nation’s largest grassroots immigration-reduction organization with more than two million participants in all 435 congressional districts. Members mobilize to persuade public officials to support immigration policies that protect all Americans—especially the most vulnerable and including the foreign-born—from losing wages, taxes, individual freedoms, quality of life, and access to nature due to excessive immigration numbers that indiscriminately enlarge the U.S. population, the laborforce and government costs.


About Jim Robb:


Jim Robb is the Vice President of Operations at NumbersUSA.  Guiding the immigration reform organization, he seeks to encourage dialogue and educate the public about the benefits of secure borders.

Previously Jim was the Executive Editor at The Good News Magazine. In this role, he helped to foster understanding about social trends, current events, and cultural questions through commentary seated in a biblical framework.  Mr. Robb is a graduate of Asbury College.

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Nov 9: Col John Antal – The First American Christmas

Posted September 30th, 2015 by Julie

As we head into the holiday season, we thought it would be a real treat to hear about Christmas 1776 – the first American Christmas!  Our speaker, Col. John Antal, is a 30-year Army veteran with the gift of storytelling.  Join us as we gain a true insight into the quality of leadership required to birth a nation.  This will be a special event for educators, homeschoolers, history buffs, and patriots of all kinds!

NE Tarrant Tea Party Meeting

Speaker: Col. John Antal

Also Speaking: Laura Pressley, Ph.D. on
Cracking the Unethical Code of Electronic Voting Machines

Monday, November 9, 2015

5:00pm – Prayer meeting (all welcome)

5:45pm – $5 dinner served while supplies last
(no rsvp necessary)

6:30-8:00pm – meeting

NRH Centre:  6000 Hawk Ave, N Richland Hills 76180

All patriots are welcome — no memberships, no fees, no dues!

About Col. Antal:


Colonel John Antal, US Army (Retired), served 30 years in the US Army as a leader, senior staff officer and commander. He commanded tank and combined arms combat units at platoon, company, battalion and regimental level. He is Airborne and Ranger qualified. He has served in sensitive joint, combined Army staff assignments in the US and overseas. He also served as the Special Assistant to the United States Military Academy at West Point, the Command and General Staff College and the Army War College. Since his retirement from the US Army in 2003, he has become a successful author of 13 books, speaker, magazine editor, film adviser and personality, mass-market video game developer, explainer-integrator, journalist, and leadership expert.  History Channel Personality and 660 KSYY AM Radio military correspondent for The Wells Report.


About Laura Pressley, Ph.D.

In 2014, Dr. Laura Pressley ran for the Austin City Council to bring much needed fiscal accountability to the Austin City budget. She noticed egregious election irregularities associated with the tabulation of electronic votes and as a candidate she has filed a historic election contest challenging the results of her Runoff race that occurred in December 16, 2014. She will be presenting details of how Travis County is violating the Texas Constitution and Texas Election laws and the implications these issues have across Texas. Since filing her lawsuit, candidates from Tarrant, Harris and Dallas counties have confirmed similar violations are occurring across the state. Her presentation is titled, Save our Texas Vote.

Dr Laura Pressley

Dr. Pressley is a native of the DFW area and was raised in Mansfield. She earned her Ph.D. in Chemistry from UT Austin and was an engineer and business manager in the semiconductor industry for 17 years. She holds 4 US patents and is the coauthor of numerous peer reviewed scientific articles related to semiconductor device processing. She is also an entrepreneur, and worked with the Texas Eagle Forum and the Texas Legislature on a number of science and technology issues.

Dr. Pressley’s community involvement includes serving on the Executive Committees of several boards such as the Travis County Battered Women’s shelter, and the Center for Natural Living. She has appeared on the CBS Early Show, Good Morning Austin, and has testified as a citizens’ advocate to the City Council, and the Texas Senate and House.

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Apr 11: Dr. Lawrence Gelman

Posted September 22nd, 2015 by Julie

Just how did America get to this place anyway?  How did we go from being a moral and free society to one plagued with corruption and political correctness?  Based on his book, “The Fall From Grace,” Dr. Gelman will re-visit with us the course of America’s Founding Fathers and show through history and case studies of Supreme Court decisions how we as a country have arrived where we are today.

NE Tarrant Tea Party Meeting

Speaker: Dr. Lawrence Gelman

Monday, April 11

5:00pm – Prayer meeting (all welcome)

5:45pm – $5 dinner served while supplies last
(no rsvp necessary)

6:30-8:00pm – meeting

NRH Centre:  6000 Hawk Ave, N Richland Hills 76180

All patriots are welcome — no memberships, no fees, no dues!


Dr. Lawrence Gelman


Dr. Lawrence Gelman is a South Texas based physician and co-founder of Doctor’s Hospital at Renaissance in Edinburg, TX. He is also author of the book “The Fall From Grace.” The book details how the federal government subverted constitutional intent to increase the power of government over the people. Dr. Gelman has been the host of Talkback both nationally and on KURV in McAllen, TX.

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Posted September 7th, 2015 by Julie


Join NETTP Patriots on October 17th when we go see


promise stage

The Promise is a one-of-a-kind musical production performed annually at the Texas Amphitheater in Glen Rose, Texas. It combines a 150-person cast and crew, live animals, historically accurate costumes, and breath-taking lights, sound and special effects, all of which tell the story of the life of Jesus Christ in modern family-friendly fashion. Patrons have called it a “life-changing experience”, “an outstanding performance”, and a “very inspirational” presentation for modern family audiences.

Since its start in 1989, The Promise remains the largest permanent outdoor amphitheater in the State of Texas. It seats more than 3200 patrons and is the only outdoor venue with a 45,000-gallon waterway running the length of 100′ long proscenium stage. Seen from miles around, the Texas Amphitheater features 40′-high walls and arches that tower above a 4,000 sq. ft. tri-level stage. It is also the only outdoor theater in the nation with a rain curtain.

You and your family must see The Promise in Glen Rose during its 2015 season, now performing in April through May and September through October! Hailed as one of the most powerful spiritual experiences ever presented on a stage, The Promise will touch hearts, and change lives!

The Promise Pictures – CLICK HERE

WHEN? Saturday, October 17 – doors open at 6:30pm, preshow starts at 7:15, Promise starts at 8

WHERE? Glen Rose, TX

DEADLINE? Purchase tickets from Laura Oakley by October 11th.

HOW MUCH? Reserved tickets are $40.00 per person*

2 ways to purchase tickets:

  • Sign up and pay with cash or check at the NETTP meeting on September 14th
  • Use the link below to pay by credit or debit card (5% convenience fee applies to cover any actual card processing costs)   BUY TICKETS HERE!

*Ticket purchases are NON REFUNDABLE.

SUBSTITUTIONS: If you purchase tickets and are unable to attend you may provide me with the name of someone to replace you. I must receive that substitution request in writing at Include your name, # of tickets purchased, method of payment (cash, check or credit/debit card), and the name of the person(s) who will be receiving your tickets.


The Promise Brown Bag Dinner – $10.00 per person – BBQ Sandwich, Chips, Drink of your choice, and Cookies for dessert!  Your dinner comes wrapped up in a brown bag for your convenience!

The Promise Backstage Tour – $5.00 per person – Take a guided tour backstage after the show!  See the sets, lights, and meet some of our actors backstage after the show.

DELIVERY OF TICKETS: Paper tickets will be available for pick up at the October 12th NETTP meeting or you may choose for me to email you an Electronic Ticket which you will need to print yourself.


Parking is $5.00 per car payable when entering the parking area.

Interested in Carpooling? Use the link below to sign up as a driver (add your car) or as a rider (join a car or the wait list). Contact me if you have questions about how to use this carpooling website.

Sign up For Carpool HERE

QUESTIONS? Do NOT contact Julie McCarty.  Our contact for this event is NETTP volunteer Laura Oakley.  Contact her at or via text at (817)366-2338

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Sep 25: Dinner at Red Barn

Posted September 2nd, 2015 by Julie

Let’s do one of our Friday night dinner gatherings!  We just pick a spot, and whomever can show up does.  We always have a great time being social, getting to know people without any agenda.

A local BBQ joint, Red Barn BBQ in Colleyville, is turning their red lights blue in support of our law enforcement officers.  The owners also were big volunteers feeding law enforcement during the tragedy in West TX, and they provide meals for the needy during Thanksgiving too.  That’s the kind of establishment we like to support!


Red Barn BBQ

4913 Colleyville Blvd, Colleyville

6:00pm or whenever you can get there

Friday, September 25

Dutch Treat

All are welcome!  Wear red/white/blue so we recognize you!

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Marchant & Burgess Doing Some Fancy Footwork

Posted August 26th, 2015 by Julie

My friends and fellow patriots,
It shames me to once again have to illustrate for you how Tarrant County — the most conservative county in the most conservative state in the Union — has such weak Congressmen.  Why are they?  If they were bold and strong for conservative causes, they would be lauded as heroes!  They do have the conservative base to back them up.  They should be LEADING the way.  They’d get huge applause everywhere they go!  Tons of accolades and thank yous!  And you all know that’s true because it’s exactly how it goes for great electeds like Stickland and Cruz.  They listen to the people, they do the right thing, and they are rewarded richly for it.  Why won’t Burgess or Marchant EVER take a stand???

And has there ever been a more obvious reason to take a stand?  I mean, look at the conservative causes the US House has championed…

Yep.  Nothing.  Isn’t it time for a new leader?  If EVER there was a time to vacate the chair, this is it! Scroll all the way to the end of this email and I’ll list for you again the terrible things they DID manage to do.

And yet…  Below is a list of excuses given by Burgess and Marchant for not supporting the Meadow’s resolution to Vacate the Chair.  I’ve included why they don’t hold water.

  • No one has come out and put their name forward.  There is no consensus on anyone coming forward.  A Motion to Vacate is not an election!  Technically, there is no speaker at the time each new Congress begins, and yet they always manage to elect one.    A Motion to Vacate relates only to whether the current speaker is doing a good job and should be able to retain their position.  Once that decision is determined, a speaker election would then be held and at that time representatives would put their names forward.  Consensus on the next speaker would then be hashed out in caucus.
  • There is no one prepared or capable of becoming new speaker.  Republican leadership is supposed to prepare future leaders.  If out of 245 Republicans there is not one other person that could replace Boehner, then he has failed to prepare future Republican leadership.  We need to vacate the chair.
  • Conservatives would end up with a more moderate pick, maybe even Pelosi.  In order for this to happen, Republican Congressmen would have to vote for it.  Who is going to do that?  Name some names?  And even if they did (which they won’t), there simply would need to be a new motion to vacate.
  • There are no votes from the Conservative Caucus for the motion to vacate.  There are numerous individuals who have officially pledged support of the Motion to Vacate.
  • I have a good relationship with Boehner.  I’ll ask him to be more conservative.  Bwahahahahahahaha!!!  That will work, I’m sure.
  • This is not the proper way to do it.  Actually, this is exactly the way our government was set up to handle exactly this situation.  If this is not proper, why does the method even exist?  Was it intended to never be used?
  • It should be done in caucus.  Are you going to propose it?  No?  Why not?  Even when there WAS a caucus meeting, our Congressmen STILL did not support ousting Boehner.
  • Wait until 2017.  The process for replacing the speaker in 2017 is no different than doing it now.


Why do we want a new speaker? 
We want someone who will not punish those who vote with their constituents, someone who will include conservatives in the process, and someone who does not block conservative amendments or legislation.  Firing Boehner will send a message to everyone that there are the votes to fire any speaker who fails to do at least better than John Boehner.

At the end of the day, the vacate motion is about one thing – do you think John Boehner is doing a good jobCongressmen who vote against vacating are saying, “Yes, John Boehner is doing a good job, and I think he should be Speaker of the House.”

If your representative believes Boehner is doing a good job, challenge him to list Boehner’s legislative accomplishments and how they have advanced conservative principles and not Obama’s agenda. If any representative cannot show how John Boehner is doing a good job, then they must vote to vacate.  It is just that simple.  Anything else is irrelevant and an attempt to side-step the issue.

The August recess is nearly over.  Put the pressure on Marchant and Burgess to do the right thing.

Local Congressmen:
Kenny Marchant – 972-556-0162
Michael Burgess – 940-497-5031
Kay Granger – 817-338-0909
Joe Barton – 817-543-1000

All Other Congressmen:

Get to it!

Warm regards,
Julie McCarty
President, NE Tarrant Tea Party

PS.  By the way, it is highly unlikely that Planned Parenthood will be defunded if Boehner is not fired.

Under Boehner we’ve seen…
• Republicans refuse to defund or repeal Obamacare and in fact willingly fund the entire law
• a willingness to fully fund Obama’s unconstitutional amnesty programs
• a top-down education bill that refused to allow states to opt out of costly and ineffective federal mandates
• a “doc fix” bill that not only adds $500 billion to the debt and an overt attempt by Republicans to refuse to cut spending elsewhere to pay for that new debt
• a reauthorization for tax payer funding of Amtrak
• voting against a balanced budget plan
• a refusal to reduce Department of Energy spending back to 2008 levels
• a refusal to bring forward the First Amendment Defense Act to protect religious liberty
• a refusal to bring forward the Transportation Empowerment Act to turn over transportation decisions to the states
• confirming as Attorney General someone who refuses to uphold the Constitution
• attaching an entitlement welfare program for leftist labor unions to a trade authority vote
• attempting to revive corporate welfare through the Export-Import Bank
• bailing out a failed big government wasteful highway program
• refusing to seriously attempt to defund Planned Parenthood while trying to trick us with near meaningless show votes so they can pretend they are taking action
• refusing once again to repeal Obamacare in this fall’s budget
• and all of this topped off with leadership who either blatantly lies to conservatives in private caucus meetings or from the Senate floor itself or which targets and tries to punish those Republicans who decide listening to their constituents and upholding conservatives principles instead of doing exactly what John Boehner or Mitch McConnell order them to do.

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