by Doug Book, staff writer
If no candidate has the requisite number of delegates to provide a first round victory in the nominating vote at the Republican Convention, the convention becomes brokered. What happens next can get a little dodgy. Deals, sell-outs, betrayals, promises and compromises will take place, all in the name of choosing the individual who MUST win the election in November. For 4 more years of the Manchurian Candidate president are NOT an option the United States and the American people can tolerate.
Of course the legacy media, taking its daily broadcast talking points directly from the White House, would predictably make a big deal of the notion that the eventual Republican nominee couldn’t from the very beginning muster the necessary strength to unite Party members to the cause. But that won’t mean much in the final outcome. After all, the media will spend each and every hour of the months leading … Continue Reading:A brokered Republican convention might be a pretty good idea
Coachisright.com is pleased to announce American history scholar; nationally known speaker and best selling author William J Federer’s daily American Minute column will be part of CiR’s afternoon update.
Bill Federer is a tireless and meticulous researcher whose daily history lessons reflect the relationship between God and our nation. Bill is a regular guest on radio and television shows when getting American history right is essential.
We’re sure you will enjoy Bill’s daily columns and want to share them with your friends and families. Bill Federer is an American patriot whose message needs to be heard by all.
By Bill Federer, staff writer
He wanted to be a baseball player, but after attending a revival at age 16, his life changed.
He has addressed crowds around the world and is unprecedented in having friendships with U.S. Presidents Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan, Bush, Clinton and Bush.
… Continue Reading:American Minute November 7th
By Kevin “Coach” Collins
The greatest president in my lifetime was Ronald Reagan. I proudly voted for him twice. In 1980 and 1984, as just about 99% of those who voted for him, I was unaware he had been a Democrat (as I had been). I was also unaware Reagan had been a union president, or as Governor of California, he signed the Therapeutic Abortion Act of 1967 and had contributed to Democrats. But so what?
By today’s standards, the SIX time union president Reagan would be a Democrat union “thug.” But who cares? None of this would have made the slightest bit of difference to me or and the legions of Reagan’s loyal supporters; nor should it have. If we knew about these things we would have said, “That was then. This is now” saving the country is too important – we need a leader. History has proved us right about Ronald Reagan, even … Continue Reading:Levin Attacks Trump now, but used selective amnesia to shill for Romney