Ric at the UN
I had the pleasure of speaking with Richard Grenell on Tammy Radio about the crisis in Ukraine and what can, and should be, done. Ric is a Fox News contributor, foreign policy observer, and media critic. Read his columns at Fox News and follow him on Twitter at @RichardGrenell. Enjoy!
Here is tonight’s “Rest of the Show” podcast, which is normally exclusive media for my subscribers, the Tammy Army. In this special podcast I address Gov. Brewer’s veto of the Religious Freedom bill in Arizona, as well as a few other issues of the day
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I had a really great time speaking with Greta on today’s Tammy Radio. We talked about everything from how she’s adapting to the 7pm time slot for her new show on Fox, to her charity work, her home life and her thoughts on the politics of the day. You’ll also find out who “Mike” is and why he keeps waking her up in the middle of the night Enjoy!
Had the pleasure of speaking with Breitbart’s Mike Flynn yesterday on Tammy Radio and got his analysis of the shutdown and what we can expect from here. Here’s where you can see all of Mike’s work, including his latest from today. Note his report about the ‘rumored provisions’ in the new GOP proposal “prohibition on health insurance subsidies to members of Congress and, possibly, Congressional staff.” It better include staff. These are the people who have written ObamaCare, not the legislators themselves.
House GOP Leadership was finalizing language Tuesday afternoon, for another proposal to end the government shutdown and lift the debt ceiling. They are scrambling to identify a mix of provisions that could attract enough conservative votes to pass the House. Several sources on Capitol Hill told Breitbart News that House Leadership is considering then leaving town, to put pressure on the Senate to act.
The House plan to other another proposal to end the stand-off arose at a GOP caucus meeting Tuesday morning. The White House and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid swiftly rejected the new GOP plan, even though there were no details on the plan.
The GOP plan is expected to lift the debt ceiling until early February. It would fund the government for 2-3 months. Other rumored provisions include a 2-year delay in the medical device tax, greater enforcement of income eligibility for ObamaCare subsidies and a prohibition on health insurance subsidies to members of Congress and, possibly, Congressional staff.
House Democrats will not support the package, forcing Leadership to rely exclusively on Republican votes for passage, strengthening the hand of conservatives to shape the final proposal. The House is ultimately likely to pass something, given the GOP’s strong desire to move ahead of what it views as a very flawed deal emerging in the Senate.
Senate talks have stalled until the House makes its formal offer.
This public podcast is about the first 50 minutes of Friday’s Tammy Radio show where she explains the importance of now not interfering with the ObamaCare disaster. By allowing it to collapse, we will garner the support of the American people for full repeal, no matter who is in the White House. And sooner than if we allow Congress to soften the blows with delays and tweaks. Ultimately, we need the monster of ObamaCare destroyed completely. Not changed. Not delayed. Not adjusted. But REPEALED AND ANNIHILATED. If you did not hear Friday’s show, please listen before commenting. And we understand there are many different points-of-view on this, but Tammy even changed my mind and I’m convinced about the importance of this approach. Hope you find it helpful and enlightening, and we’re curious about your take on things at this point and Tammy will answer your questions and respond in the Comments section.
Here are some links and background to the material Tammy mentions in the podcast.
Henninger at Wall St Journal: Let ObamaCare Collapse Congress can’t kill the entitlement state. Only the American people can.
Peggy Noonan, fecklessly proving Tammy’s point about the result of delaying ObamaCare: Noonan: GOP Should Seek to Delay Obamacare ‘Disaster’
Further to Tammy’s point: Changes, delays or actions making OC seem less monstrous make it “forever”
Courtesy of Texans for Abbott, here’s their Soundcloud posting of my interview with AG Abbott. As I mentioned on the show, this race is of national significance, and AG Abbott deserves your support. I enjoyed speaking with him and I’m sure you’ll enjoy the exchange as must as I did
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With all the ObamaCare and Shutdown news I decided to make last night’s show a public podcast for the weekend. Hope you enjoy and find it useful
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With so much going on, I decided to make tonight’s subscriber podcast public. I address Harry Reid not giving a damn about kids with cancer, the leaked emails revealing Boehner conspiring with Reid to exempt Congress from ObamaCare, Obama’s comments on CNBC which appear to encourage a stock market crash, Ric Grennell’s terrific health news, and details about a company that will make a custom stuffed animal copy of your dog from a photograph!
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For Tammy Radio I had the pleasure of speaking with Bill Gertz, the editor of Freebeacon.com and columnist at the Washington Times, about Iraq’s WMDs in Syria, China’s economic war on us, other international news and more. Here’s the podcast which I hope you enjoy You can follow Bill on twitter @BillGertz.
Had the pleasure of speaking with Breitbart.com’s John Nolte the other day for Tammy Radio about a host of subjects including the media’s reaction to the Navy Yard shooting and the outrageous attempt by the Senate to block citizen journalists from 1st Amendment protections. In addition to his columsn at Breitbart, you can follow John on Twitter @NolteNC.
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Reem Abdellatif is an Egyptian-American journalist and the Wall Street Journal’s Cairo-based correspondent. Her stories cover a broad range of issues from Egypt’s breaking business news and politics to human rights and women’s issues. I had the pleasure of speaking with her about the current situation in Egypt and how the Syrian situation impact the people of the region. Hope you enjoy it, lots of great insight that only someone on the scene every day can provide. You can follow Reem on Twitter @Reem_Abdellatif and click here for her WSJ reporting.
Here are my reports from Bletchley Park, the historic site of secret British codebreaking activities during WWII and birthplace of the modern computer. The first one is a bit of the guide’s lecture on Enigma, the German code machine, so the sound isn’t great but he gives a good history of the device and how it worked. The other two are interviews about their work there. I have to tell you, it’s pretty neat to stand where Churchill stood and to be in the rooms where all this history was made.
Today, we cross the channel and visit the D-Day beaches! TO see what our troops saw as they approached the landing will be truly awe-inspiring. We have 3 of our D-day veterans with us, including our friend Mac Evans, and I’ll speak with him about his feelings on this day. We will also visit where our paratroopers landed in D-Day, like Sainte-Mère-Église. I’ll have reports from the beaches and town as well
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