Chris Christie Refuses to Say He ‘Stands with the NRA’

  So, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ) sat down with CBS’ John Dickerson over the weekend when Dickerson pushed on the one issue that Christie was most hoping to avoid. Guns. Dickerson found Christie’s weak point and pressed, causing the Governor some discomfort. When Dickerson wondered why Christie had distanced himself from the NRA and 2nd Amendment supporting Americans, Christie demurred. “I’ve learned about this over time. In New Jersey, I have grown up in a culture Read more […]

Republican and Democrat Leaders Join to Criticize the Obama Administration

Over the weekend several high-ranking and influential Republicans and Democrats went on the important national media shows to criticize the Obama administration’s misguided foreign policy plans. Chris Christie told CNN’s Jake Tapper that Obama had “no credibility” when it came to ISIS. In fact, Christie said that Obama is “often wrong, never in doubt” on ISIS! ISIS doesn’t seem to be concerned about civilian casualties, Jake. We need to get real and bring our allies together Read more […]

Trey Gowdy says Politicians Should Shut UP about the Benghazi Hearings!

Congressman Trey Gowdy (R-SC) was a guest on this past Sunday’s episode of CBS’ Face the Nation where he was asked about comments made by other Republicans about the Benghazi hearings. Gowdy, who has been playing defense for the investigation ever since Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) said some questionable things a few weeks ago, seems to be growing tired of having to defend his investigation from stupid Republican politicians. Gowdy told host John Dickerson that his colleagues who haven’t been Read more […]

South Carolina Senator Tim Scott Talks about Charleston and the Confederate Flag

Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) appeared Sunday on CBS’ Face the Nation to discuss the tragedy that took place in Charleston this past week. Senator Scott argued that the evil that the racist Dylann Roof undertook was meant to create havoc between blacks and whites in Charleston and in America, but instead what he did was galvanize both communities to come together. The discussion also touched on the Confederate Flag and the part that the flag plays in the tension that exists between Southern blacks and Read more […]