Past Features

December 26, 2015

Washington Times-- December 24, 2015  
Tea partyers fume over Paul Ryan's spending bill, seek conservative challenger
    Conservative activists are targeting House Speaker Paul D. Ryan for a primary challenge next year as retribution for the massive spending bill the Wisconsin Republican ushered through Congress at the end of the recent session.
    The effort is spearheaded by Wisconsin tea party groups and pro-life activists, who feel betrayed by Mr. Ryan's nearly $2 trillion package.
    The hunt is on to find a suitable conservative candidate who can beat Mr. Ryan, who received 94 percent of the vote in the 2014 primary in his district, which sits against the Illinois border in the southeastern part of the state.
    “There are people who are seriously looking for that,” said James Murphy, founder of Green Bay Tea Party. “There is a sympathetic ear to having someone beat him.”

Glenn Spencer -- American Patrol Report
Someone Should Tell Them
    Beginning in 1992, I spent ten years fighting illegal immigration in California, not knowing who in the Republican Party was making all those stupid decisions, such as letting Gov. Davis kill Proposition 187 without a fight.
    I later learned that one of the enemies I was fighting --- one of the main characters who helped destroy California --- was Paul Ryan.
    The people in Wisconsin have no idea of the damage that Paul Ryan has done to America --- and is continuing to do. Someone should tell them.