Listen: Floyd Brown Discusses Obama’s War On Freedom And Clinton’s Perversions

Floyd Brown is the author of “Slick Willy”: Why Americans Cannot Trust Bill Clinton, founder of top ten website, and former Executive Director of the Reagan Ranch.

During the first segment of this interview with radio host and former Republican senatorial candidate Joe Miller, Mr. Brown contends that Obama and his allies want to regulate freedom out of the Internet.

He also describes how national political leadership has abandoned any pretense of serving American political interests.

Finally, Mr. Brown talks about the Islamic threat.

During the second segment, Mr. Brown discusses the Clintons’ sordid past. He also talks about why he thinks Governor Huckabee is the best choice for President in 2016.

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Republicans And Conservatives Alike Want To ‘Stop Hillary’

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With Hillary Clinton announcing her 2016 presidential campaign, both Republican and conservative groups alike are focusing their energies on ensuring the former secretary of state is not the next resident of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

The Washington Post reported Friday the effort known as ‘Stop Hillary,’ which includes attacks on the would-be Democratic nominee, has their biggest voice in Republican National Committee Chairman (RNC) Reince Priebus. A spokesman for Priebus told The Post a six-figure campaign targeting Clinton has been approved in several swing states.

An ad launching the campaign was published on the RNC’s YouTube channel Friday:

More than 60,000 people have pledged to “Stop Hillary” on the RNC’s website as of this publishing. Shortly after Clinton announced her candidacy Sunday, many of the 2016 candidates, both potential and announced, were quick to attack her record:

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GOP consultant Roger Stone will be releasing a book entitled “The Clintons’ War on Women,” about situations in President Bill Clinton’s personal life. It is set to be released sometime this summer. Stone also penned “The Man Who Killed Kennedy – The Case Against LBJ” and “Nixon’s Secrets”–which details the rise and fall of the former president.

Citizens United president David Bossie is in pre-production of a sequel to “Hillary: The Movie,” which was released during the 2008 campaign and led to the U.S. Supreme Court case Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission.

Bossie tells The Post that unlike the previous film, which focused on Clinton’s time in Arkansas and in the White House with Bill, this film will “dive into her time as secretary of state and then what I call Clinton Global Inc., the crony capitalism of her and her husband.”

Some Republicans are cautioning precision in their attack and avoid any appearance of sexism. “I’d advise to never talk about her age or her health. Rather, the focal point should be on her fitness to serve,” said GOP pollster Kellyanne Conway.

There probably will be an errant comment here or there by a bit player of course forcing every Republican to say whether they disagree or agree…Clinton’s allies will look at every comment through a gender lens.

“She bores me a little bit,” Americans for Tax Reform President Grover Norquist explained to The Post. “People also realize that if you’re splitting mad when you make your case, you’re less likely to convince.”

Meanwhile, #WhyImNotVotingForHillary is having quite the impression on Twitter:

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Devastating Series Of Hillary-Bashing Posters Show Up In Brooklyn


Just as street artists in California concluded a display in support of GOP presidential hopeful Ted Cruz, as-yet-unidentified activists on the opposite coast posted signs critical of his only official Democrat rival.

On the same day Hillary Clinton ultimately announced her candidacy, reports surfaced of several banners erected near her Brooklyn campaign headquarters. The series of signs, each featuring the same sketch of Clinton’s visage, plays on recent demands by a group of supporters regarding the prohibition of certain words deemed to display “coded sexism.”

Many words on the list, including ‘ambitious’ and ‘entitled,’ are included in the signs.





Conservative street artists have made headlines in recent months, often by criticizing the record of Obama administration insiders or, in the case of two separate California campaigns, supporting prominent Republican candidates.

Outspoken artist Sabo has initiated several exhibitions utilizing both approaches. He had dedicated his creations to both attacking leftist figures and supporting conservatives. Though some attributed last year’s public display in Los Angeles, which called attention to several specific Obama scandals, to Sabo, he has since indicated that another street artist was responsible.

Sabo went so far as to criticize the end product of that exhibit, saying he “could have helped them do a better job,” though it is clear the general message of Obama opposition is one shared by many outspoken artists today.

As for the latest display criticizing Hillary Clinton, time will tell whether likeminded artists join in the effort as her campaign advances.

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Street Artists Display Pro-Cruz Posters On The Streets Of Ultra-Liberal San Francisco


Texas Sen. Ted Cruz has been able to separate himself from the pack of other likely Republican presidential candidates, not only by being the first to announce his intentions but through his ability to evoke strong emotions on both sides of the political aisle. While his detractors attempt to write him off as inexperienced and provocative, many of his supporters see the Tea Party favorite as a hero of sorts.

With a literal interpretation of that support, a group of artists in California took credit for the recent display of posters depicting Cruz as a superhero throughout the leftist city of San Francisco.



Under a banner dubbing him “Liberator,” a costumed Cruz tells passersby: “I don’t work for the party bosses in Washington. I work for you!”

Truth Revolt cited a statement released by the artists explaining why they chose to display these images.

“Cruz has the mild-mannered appearance of Peter Parker or a Clark Kent,” the statement explained, “but when push comes to shove he has suited up and fought fearlessly for liberty.”

The group went on to assert that America “needs a man like Cruz, who cares deeply about the Republic and will do whatever it takes, including knocking out, metaphorically of course, the party bosses in Washington, in order to free us from the tentacles of a tyrannical federal government.”



This recent ad hoc art show was not California’s first experience with Cruz-supporting street artists.

Conservative artist Sabo made headlines last year after posting copies of his creation, a poster of a shirtless, tattoo-covered, cigarette smoking Cruz declaring his “So-Cal ‘Blacklisted & Loving It’ Tour.”



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Disgusting: Professor Goes On Profane Rant Against Conservatives And Their View Of God

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According to Rutgers University professor Brittney Cooper, social conservatives cannot be true Christians because they do not see God as a leftist, politically correct activist. Specifically, she opined in a recent Salon editorial that the recent controversy over Indiana’s religious freedom law proves that those on the right hold an unacceptable view on God.

Somehow, she interpreted the law to be not only anti-gay – as many of its opponents have characterized it – but also racist and sexist.

“This kind of legislation is rooted in a politics that gives white people the authority to police and terrorize people of color, queer people and poor women,” she wrote.

She went on to lambaste the “white, blond-haired, blue-eyed, gun-toting, Bible-quoting Jesus of the religious right” as a “god of their own making.”

While she chose to capitalize references to her definition of God – “a radical, freedom-loving, justice-seeking, potentially queer (because he was either asexual or a priest married to a prostitute), feminist healer” – while using all lowercase letters in reference to God as worshiped by social conservatives.

Though Cooper acknowledged that the God she despises “might be ‘biblical,’” she asserted that He is “also an a—hole.”

It is time, she concluded, for leftists to “reclaim the narrative of Jesus’ life and death from the evangelical right.”

Her pre-Easter advice to those willing to heed it was to “mark this Holy Week by declaring the death to the unholy trinity of white supremacist, capitalist, heteropatriarchy.”

With one last jab at a central tenet of the faith, she concluded that “once these systems die, may they die once and for all, never to be resurrected.”

Does this professor have a point in her criticism of conservative Christians? Let us know in the comments section below.

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