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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Establishment Narrative Dies In Republican Primary For Alaska US Senate Seat

Joe Miller: Roe vs Wade is Threatening Social Security

Fairbanks, AK –  There are still more than 27,000 votes to be counted in the Alaska Republican Primary for United States Senate. More than likely, the Establishment candidate, former Attorney General Dan Sullivan, will be the Republican nominee going forward.

The Establishment has claimed victory, and the media has all but declared the reform movement dead. But is that really the take-away? Let’s look at some facts.

Throughout the primary, pollsters and pundits laughed off Joe Miller’s candidacy as a Quixote run. By summer 2014, the polls showed him 25 points behind his Establishment opponents. And almost all of the high profile national Tea Party and conservative groups pushing insurgent challengers around the country left him for dead, offering no help. Several of the local conservative activist groups maintained a posture of neutrality, acting as virtual subsidiaries of the Republican Party.

The Club for Growth, usually a reliable ally of movement conservatives, linked arms with Karl Rove’s American Crossroads, the US Chamber of Commerce, Paul Singer’s Friends for an American Majority, the National Republican Senatorial Committee, and other Establishment Republicans in support of their golden boy, Dan Sullivan.

Further, other Washington conservatives like Erick Erickson at and Phyllis Schlafly at Eagle Forum jumped on the bandwagon of the supposedly “more electable” Lt. Governor Mead Treadwell, who finished a distant third.

What makes this spectacle even more outrageous is that Mead Treadwell has never been a movement conservative, though he did adopt a platform redolent with conservative rhetoric.

Dan Sullivan spent about four million dollars during the primary, and his SuperPACs spent millions more.

Joe Miller, essentially going it alone, spent less than $400K, while Mead Treadwell’s million-dollar plus conservative act cut a significant swath out of his base. Why? Because conservatives didn’t unite behind Miller. Yet, the Alaska Republican primary was still winnable.

The entry of Sarah Palin, Mike Huckabee, and James Dobson gave Miller a significant boost. But it was just too late in the game to be decisive. Miller had run out of money and couldn’t close the gap.

The takeaway is something very different than the media and the beltway consultant class would have you believe. The truth is, 60% of Republicans weren’t swayed by the multimillion-dollar Establishment media blitz put on by Sullivan, Rove, and the US Chamber of Commerce.

Nor were they particularly enamored with Sullivan’s faux conservative schtick, a rhetorical tactic adopted by all the high-profile Establishment candidates around the country this cycle. If rhetoric counts, the Tea Party has already won.

The Alaska Republican primary was always going to come down to how the electorate was divided. If there was a clearly defined conservative up against two moderates, the conservative would win. On the other hand, if it was two conservatives dividing the base, over against one moderate, the moderate would win.

The reticence of the conservative movement to coalesce behind Miller cost us a seat to the Establishment. And given Sullivan’s rather weak position both with conservatives and libertarian independents, it could end in the re-election of Democrat Mark Begich. Surely Harry Reid and Barack Obama are applauding in the shadows.

But the demise of the reform movement is greatly exaggerated. It is time for conservatives to stop being cowed by pragmatic arguments and partisan politics. We must unite behind conservative candidates and ideas. And for the love of all that’s good, stop allowing phony polls to drive the agenda. Let’s put conservative unity above Republican unity. If we do, the future is ours.

The outcome in Alaska should lay the official establishment media narrative to rest. Conservatives didn’t lose; they surrendered.

If the right lessons are taken from this temporary setback, 2016 can be a banner year for conservatives.


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Mark Levin Just Made A Huge Endorsement That Could Help Restore America To Greatness

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Shortly after receiving a nod from two other high profile conservatives, Joe Miller received a ringing endorsement from attorney, author, and talk radio heavyweight Mark Levin.

A Republican primary this week will determine which U.S. Senate hopeful will square off against incumbent Democrat Mark Begich in Alaska’s upcoming general election. The Tea Party favorite has amassed a number of endorsements from pro-life groups and other conservative advocates, culminating with a campaign call recorded by ‘America’s toughest sheriff” Joe Arpaio and a vote of support by fellow Alaskan Sarah Palin last week.

It was just after the latter endorsement that Levin offered his take on the race.

During the broadcast of his syndicated talk show Friday, Levin explained that Miller “was endorsed today by our dear friend Sarah Palin, and I would like to endorse him today myself.”

Contrasting Miller’s strong beliefs to his “establishment” challengers, Mead Treadwell and Dan Sullivan, Levin offered his support to the “constitutional conservative” he thinks should win.

“Our friends in Alaska, you need to get out. You need to vote,” he said.

In 2010, Miller bested incumbent Republican Lisa Murkowski in the GOP primary, although he lost the general election when she mounted a highly publicized write-in campaign. As the current campaign has progressed, a number of conservatives have lamented the fact that Murkowski and Begich have cast similar votes, leading to criticism of the Republican’s ostensible credibility as a conservative.

Of the three Republicans vying to join her in the Senate, Miller has firmly positioned himself as the most conservative choice in debates and speeches. Levin’s endorsement further confirms that perception.

“I want to thank the Great one for endorsing my candidacy for the U.S. Senate,” Miller said. “I have been a longtime admirer of Mark as one of our country’s foremost champions of freedom.”

He concluded that he and Levin “share the belief that the best and only hope for our nation is a return to constitutional government,” adding that he is “honored to serve with him in that fight.”

The primary election will be held Tuesday.

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What Dr. James Dobson Just Did Could Make A Huge Difference In DC

James Dobson

Following recent endorsements by Sarah Palin, radio host Mark Levin, and Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Focus on the Family founder Dr. James Dobson threw his support behind Alaska U.S. Senate hopeful Joe Miller.

With just one day until the GOP primary election that will determine which of the three Republicans in the race will go on to face Democrat incumbent Mark Begich, Dobson explained his motivation in endorsing the Tea Party favorite.

“I’m pleased to endorse Joe Miller because he’s exactly the kind of candidate we need to turn this country around,” he said in an announcement Monday.

The strong pro-life candidate has already received significant support from conservative Christians. It is Miller’s dedication to his principles that led Dobson to make the recent announcement.

“We need leaders with the courage to stand strong for conservative values in this battle,” the venerable broadcaster and author added. “Joe Miller is such a leader – one who will not only vote his convictions in the U.S. Senate, but will also lead the fight to defend life, traditional marriage, and religious liberty.”

Echoing the call to action of Miller’s previous endorsements, Dobson urged “all Alaskans who love life, family, faith, and freedom to not only vote for Joe Miller, but to work hard for his campaign.”

The vote of confidence meant a lot to Miller, he explained in a response to the announcement.

“I am honored to receive Dr. Dobson’s endorsement of my candidacy,” he said. “I grew up hearing his sage advice playing on the radio in our household.”

Miller celebrated Dobson and his ministry for offering “wise counsel to generations of Americans” and “applying the truth of scripture to the challenges we face as individuals as a nation.”

He concluded that he shares Dobson’s opinion that, “with God’s help, we can restore the liberty and the optimism that has been the hallmark of the American experience.”

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Breaking: What Mike Huckabee Just Did Could Reignite The Tea Party

Mike Huckabee Endorses Joe Miller

In race after race across America, Tea Party candidates have faced long odds and millions in Republican establishment influence money spent against them.

No candidate has faced longer odds and more establishment money being spent against him than Joe Miller. His simple pro-Constitution, free market, low tax message made him a Tea Party favorite in 2010 and Joe Miller is back running for the US Senate in Alaska. Tuesday, August 19th is the Republican Party primary which will decide his fate.

I have traveled to Alaska for a front row seat.

If I had to judge after a day shadowing the tireless candidate, I would say the money spent against him has been wasted. Here in Anchorage, I see a race uninfluenced by the millions spent against Miller.

In the last 48 hours the tide had turned and the race is now very close.

With this understanding friends of the Tea Party movement from around America have been rallying to Joe Miller and endorsing his campaign. First it was Gov. Sarah Palin on Friday, followed by radio host Mark Levin, and finally tonight, Gov. Mike Huckabee.

Here is what Huckabee had to say about Miller:

“I am proud to endorse Joe Miller for United States Senate in Alaska, because Joe embodies the kind of values our country so desperately needs. He is unequivocally pro-life, pro-family, and pro-traditional marriage. And above all, he understands that life and liberty come from God.

Joe is the only US Senate candidate endorsed by Alaska Right to Life, and my friend General Jerry Boykin at the Family Research Council.

His understanding of Constitutional values also makes him the common sense choice for those who desire limited government and free market economics. As a fellow supporter of the Fair Tax, Joe is the kind of leader who will be a game-changer in Washington. We can restore the fortunes of America one election at a time, by electing common sense conservatives like Joe Miller.”

If Miller wins in Alaska the Tea Party movement will be back in a big way, and the cause of smaller government will be greatly enhanced.

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