The GOP has had the Majority in the House and Senate for a while now, and the excuse of not passing positive legislation is that Obama would simply veto any meaningful measures.
But when they carry the water for Obama as they appeared to have done on the Transgendered Bill this week, you have to see them for what they really are: a transgendered GOP Congress. They identify as Republicans, but in reality the way they vote and legislate is that of liberals.
There is a good chance that no new conservatives will be elected to the U.S. Senate. Few if any conservatives will be on ballots for the House. As for the GOP Presidential nominee... well...
So what are conservatives left with? Daniel and Joe argue it is the best hope, and possibly best strategy for conservatives to regain a foothold in the political arena. It isn't an easy or quick solution, but it would have lasting and important effects on the political landscape for years to come.
What is the truth behind North Carolina’s common sense law to prevent radicals from tearing down any and every private space for women – be it bathrooms, dormitories, or locker rooms? How did this battle begin and who is standing with local North Carolina Republicans to combat the insanity?
Dan Forest, North Carolina’s Lieutenant Governor, joins Daniel to warn the country that if they fail to stand with North Carolina, every state will be overcome with this radical transformation. One of the few brave, articulate, and principled conservatives in an era of a lost Republican Party, Forest makes it clear that he will not back down in the face of boycott threats from the corporate cronies who’ve sought to placate the radical sexual identity movement.
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Ted Cruz is out, Kasich is out, and Donald Trump is now the presumptive GOP Nominee for President. Now what? What is the path forward for conservatives? Not just for the White House in 2016, but down ballot and moving forward.
Daniel and Joe talk about what the real problem was for conservatives in 2016, and what needs to be corrected in the future.
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