Allegations vs Burden of Proof

By Craig Andresen – Right Side Patriots on American Political Radio

The GOP establishment is playing directly into the hands, and into the agenda of liberals where Judge Roy Moore is concerned, and I for one have had quite enough of it.

Rand Paul has joined the RINO chorus calling for Moore to step aside.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions who, with an apparent lack of things to do regarding the evidence against Hillary Clinton and her crime syndicate, which includes Obama has also made it known that he sees no reason NOT to believe the five women who…after decades of abject silence, have accused Moore of sexual misconduct.

Mitch McConnell, RINO extraordinaire, says that “I believe the women.”

And then…there is Senator Ted Cruz who summed up the RINO position in his disturbing statement…

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McConnell’s Sellout

By Craig Andresen – The National Patriot and Right Side Patriots on

“Squabbling and sanctimony may be tolerated in other venues and perhaps on the campaign trail, but they hmitch 1ave no place among colleagues in the United States Senate. The Senate floor has even become a place where senators have singled out colleagues by name to attack them in personal terms, to impugn their character, in blatant disregard for Senate rules.”

Those were the words of Senator Orin Hatch, spoken on the floor of the Senate last Sunday in response to Senator Ted Cruz’s truth to power speech last week regarding Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

In that speech, Cruz pointedly made the case that McConnell had lied to each and every member of the Republican Senate when he looked them in the eye and made the promise that there would be no further votes regarding the reviving of the federal Export-Import Bank.

In the words of Senator Cruz…

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Weekend Edition: Ted Cruz – On the Right Side of History

History is repeating itself.

237 years ago, there was a small group of those in the Colonies who stood against the tyranny of their government.

By most accounts, only about 20% to 30% of the colonists wanted to stand against the tyranny of England while the rest were divided between standing with the King or, ambivalent regarding the prospect of independence.

There was no TV…No blogs, no social media or talk radio then.

Today, we have such devices by which we can watch the proceedings but, as much as things have changed in 237 years, some aspects remain nearly exactly the same.

Just a couple of weeks ago, we watched Ted Cruz take a stand against tyranny on the floor of the senate.

For 21 hours, Cruz delivered the case for opposing Obamacare but, just as it was some 237 plus years ago, Cruz represented about 20% to 30% of those in congress and, just as it was then, it is today, as those opposed to fighting tyranny, are making THEIR case.

According to Peter King…

  “We can’t allow 30 or 40 people to hijack the Republican Party. We’ve got to call them on it. We can’t allow a small minority of a party to hijack it and, again, cause catastrophic problems, not just for our party — that’s our problem — but for the country. It’s 800,000 people out of work because of 30 or 40 people.”

One can almost hear those opposed to the impending revolution, more than 237 years ago, saying…

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