Political commentator and syndicated columnist, David Limbaugh presents his criticisms of President Obama and his administration. Mr. Limbaugh argues that the current administration is encroaching upon individuals rights. David Limbaugh discusses his book on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal, where he takes national phone calls.
Terence Jeffrey, editor-in-chief of CNSNews.com, contends that the Obama administration is interested in an unlimited government that restricts political speech, is interested in a federally controlled economy, and makes decisions on individual’s retirement. Mr. Jeffrey presents his arguments against the current administration at the Heritage Foundation in Washington, DC.
Erick Erickson, editor of the conservative blog, Redstate.com, presents his thoughts on how to redefine the Republican Party. Mr. Erickson opines on ways to shrink the size of government, what he believes constitutes a Republican candidate, and why he thinks Republicans are as culpable as Democrats for the current size and cost of the American government. Erick Erickson co-wrote “Red State Uprising” with Lewis Uhler, founder and president of the National Tax Limitation Committee. Mr. Erickson discusses his book at the Heritage Foundation in Washington, DC.
Thomas Woods examines the legal theory of nullification, the belief that a state has the ability to void a federal law it deems unconstitutional, and presents his thoughts on how the theory could be used to repeal recently passed legislation by the Obama administration. The author contends that states play a vital role in placing constraints on the power of the federal government. Thomas Woods presents his book at the Fargo Air Museum in Fargo, North Dakota.
Washington Times and National Review writer makes the case that the liberal media brainwashed those under the age of 30 into voting for President Obama. He contends that electronic and internet media, as well as liberal academia, always side with Democrats in policy debates, even though conservative values are more in line with the individualist desires of youth.
Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer argue that the Obama administration is interested in destroying the free market, placing limits on free speech, and putting international over domestic interests. The authors present their thoughts on President Obama’s planned and recently passed legislation and how conservatives can counter what they deem are attacks on American freedoms. Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer discuss their book at Book Review bookstore in Huntington, New York.
Author of “Willful Blindness: A Memoir of Jihad” and former federal prosecutor in NYC argues that both the the U.S. Government and the Left actively suppress the jihadist ideology that he claims dictates that they conquer America.
The New York Daily News columnist tries to hold the liberal left and liberal media accountable for what she says is an assault on religion and the nation’s heritage. The event is at the National Press Club in Washington.
Aaron Klein discusses ties he says President Obama has to fringe organizations and extremists. He appears here on G. Gordon Liddy’s radio program. Mr. Klein is senior investigative reporter and Jerusalem bureau chief for WorldNet-Daily.com. He’s also a columnist for Jewish Press, host of weekly radio talk show for New York’s WABC and author of two previous books, including Schmoozing with Terrorists.