It is becoming clearer by the day that the Obama Administration’s phony war on terror is the reason that the Benghazi massacre was covered up, lied about and marginalized by Obama operatives for the past seven months.
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Five key national security committees in the House of Representatives have just released a scathing report on the Obama Administration’s tepid response to the Benghazi massacre of our U.S. Ambassador to Libya and three other Americans in September 2012.
GING-PAC has supported Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (R-MN) since the very first time she ran for Congress. We have watched her become a stand out conservative leader, always speaking out for our values. But right now Michele is being literally blasted from all sides, not just from the ultra-liberals, but also from the Republican establishment, including House Speaker John Boehner and U.S. Senator John McCain, among others. All because she told the absolute truth! Michele BuchmannHer “crime” is that she rightfully accused Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN) of having a “long record of being associated” with the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and the Muslim Brotherhood.
June 23, 2011 – If given a choice between Jon Huntsman or Mitt Romney for the GOP presidential bid, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) would favor Huntsman. Reid has friendly relations with Huntsman’s family – primarily Jon Huntsman, Sr. In addition, when Huntsman Jr. was Utah governor, he appointed Reid’s son, Josh, to the
Did Congressman Anthony Weiner, who is from a Jewish background, actually convert to Islam when he married his Muslim wife Huma Abedin? Huma, who was a key advisor in Hillary Clinton’s campaign in 2008, is now a top aide to Hillary at the State Department and seemingly a close confidant. When Anthony Weiner and Huma
Democrat Bill Foster’s huge victory in the race for Dennis Hastert’s old House seat in the Illinois special election on March 8th is really bad news for the Republican Party. The 14th district of Illinois is solidly Republican, and in 2004 President George W. Bush carried it by a whopping 22 point margin over Senator
Shortly after obtaining enough delegates to claim the 2008 Republican nomination for the presidency, John McCain spoke at the luncheon for a premier conservative group, the Council on National Policy (CNP). Tweet
All of the pundits proclaim that Mike Huckabee does not have a chance and that he cannot “win” enough delegates to beat Senator John McCain. They point out that Mike has to get 120% of the remaining delegates to “win.” But there are two sides to every coin. While he may need 120% of