Limbaugh Just Blew WIDE OPEN What Could Be The Real Reason For The Mizzou Chaos

On his nationally syndicated radio program on Thursday, Rush Limbaugh offered a possible theory for the sudden campus protests springing up around the country.

Limbaugh conjectured that the Democrat Party may be helping stoke these fires a means to drum up the African American vote in 2016.

[A]ll of this was a trumped-up, manufactured protest,” he said. “In fact, if you wanted to get really cynical you could almost say the Democrat Party is behind this, and the ultimate objective is to secure African-American turnout in 2016 to the same levels that Obama got it in 2008 and 2012.

Listen to Limbaugh’s remarks HERE.

The talk show host elaborated on his point:

I don’t think it would be a mistake to say Democrat Party operatives are behind all this stuff, from Ferguson to Baltimore to now Mizzou and over to Ithaca and all of it – trying to say the country is still racist as ever, for all intents and purposes we still have slavery – that no progress has been made and in their hearts, these evil Republicans still want black people in jail and all that. That’s a theme and were worse. And the whole point is to scare and panic these people to make sure they show up to vote against whoever the Republican is. If they can’t get them to vote for Hillary, get them to vote against the Republican. They need that black turnout. They need the Hispanic turnout. They’re worried about that. And they need the women vote, they’re worried about all of this stuff. You may not think they are. You may think they’re fat, dumb and happy and totally confident because the Republicans are a bunch of bumbling idiots. But it’s not the Republicans they’re afraid of. It’s the Tea Party. It’s the Republican base they’re afraid.

Limbaugh said even if the protests were not drummed by the Democrat Party, they are manufactured none-the-less. “It’s manufactured and its purpose is societal unrest and to tear down the institutions that have been with this country since the days of our founding,” he said.

h/t: Breitbart

Obama Admin FINALLY Announces Decision On IRS Lois Lerner Charges- Some Are Enraged

An inspector general’s audit more than two years ago discovered that the IRS had singled out Tea Party groups for scrutiny of their tax exempt status during the 2010 and 2012 elections.

In turn, multiple congressional committees and the Justice Department embarked on an investigation of the scandal.

Now, the Justice Department has announced its decision: there will be no criminal charges brought by the department against Lois Lerner or other IRS officials.

The Justice Department’s letter was addressed to the leaders of the House Judiciary Committee and stated that, while “mismanagement, poor judgment and institutional inertia” were discovered, the department found “no evidence that would support a criminal prosecution.”

Assistant Attorney General Peter J. Kadzik wrote: “What occurred is disquieting and may necessitate corrective action — but it does not warrant criminal prosecution.”

The Department of Justice letter stated that there was no evidence that Lerner exercised her authority in a “partisan manner generally,” or that her political views impacted the way she addressed the tax-exempt applications.

It noted that she did, however, exercise “poor judgement” in using her IRS email account to send personal messages that voiced “political views.”

Lerner has since retired.

The letter found “no one person” responsible, and blamed “discrete mistakes by line-level revenue agents.”

Lerner was voted to be in contempt of Congress last year by the House after she refused to answer questions at two House Oversight hearings.

What do you think of the decision by the Justice Department to not criminally prosecute Lerner or other IRS officials?

Boehner’s Done. Now This Unexpected Congressman Could Be Our Saving Grace

There could be a scurry for conservative Republicans to find an opposition candidate in the race for the House Speaker post. One of those names that pundits are pondering – and pushing – is Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.)

The GOP leadership is left with significant space to fill after House Speaker John Boehner announced his resignation. Boehner was no favorite among conservatives as he sided or compromised with Democrats and President Obama on many key issues. House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) has been the presumed successor, but he doesn’t light the fire of the conservative faction. He also reportedly doesn’t have quite enough votes to secure the seat.

According to pundits, conservatives are putting out reeling lines for a person with a stronger ties to Tea Party conservatism. The problem is Boehner is pushing for an Oct. 8 election, giving Tea Party conservatives little time to gather their opposition forces.

This is where Justin Amash’s name comes into play. Political experts think he may just be right for House Speaker as he has already offered leadership within the House.

“I often take sort of a mini-leadership role on the House floor,” he added. “I represent an important Republican perspective, and there are a lot of members who come to me on the House floor and maybe even rely on me to provide an alternative perspective to what they’re hearing from leadership,” Amash said.

Amash, 35, would also bring some youth and diversity to the party’s leadership. Amash, an Eastern Orthodox Christian of Syrian and Palestinian heritage, has spoken graciously of older elected leaders. However, he believes there are better and newer ways of doing things.

“[Boehner] and a lot of the leadership team come from a different generation. They were first elected several years ago, sometimes decades ago, and it’s not surprising that their perspective is going to be different than a lot of the newer members,” Amash said in one interview.

Despite all that’s going for Amash, Boehner has not been favorable towards the young congressman.

Boehner has been so opposed to Amash that he pulled him from the budget committee in late 2012, even though Amash voted with the committee’s Republican chair 95 percent of the time. Boehner was also behind the effort to push Amash out of his seat during the 2014 primary election. Amash was re-elected.

According to Amash’s House web page, he was born in Grand Rapids, Mich., earned his bachelor’s degree with High Honors in economics from the University of Michigan and then received a juris doctor from the University of Michigan Law School. He was a business lawyer for his family’s business before going into politics.

A key thing about Amash, according to political experts, is his perfect voting presence record. He has been present for every single vote in Congress and in the Michigan Legislature when he was a state representative. That is more than 4,000 roll call votes.

One of his key issues is overspending, considering it a fundamental threat to the country’s economy and national security. He introduced a balanced budget amendment called the Business Cycle Balanced Budget Amendment and supports a simple tax code. Pundits report that he is an avid constitutionalist and a stickler for parliamentary procedure.

“I follow a set of principles, I follow the Constitution. And that’s what I base my votes on. Limited government, economic freedom, and individual liberty,” Amash said.

The Michigan representative has been critical of the National Security Administration gathering mass amounts of citizen’s phone data. He watched the entire proceedings when the Patriot Act was debate to make sure nothing, such as an extension of a spying bill, was added while other representatives were out of town.

Another fact about Amash that is promoting his favor among conservative pundits is his use in modern technology to promote his transparency. He explains every vote on his Facebook page.

One Fact Everyone Has Forgotten About Ted Cruz Might Be His Key To The White House

Many may not realize that before Ted Cruz was a U.S. Senator he had a lengthy career in various positions, one of which makes him particularly well suited to roll back the explosion of regulations under the Obama administration.

Following Cruz’s graduation from Harvard Law School in 1995, stints as a clerk for Chief Justice William Rehnquist and in the practice of private law, the Texan ultimately ended up serving in George W. Bush administration in the early part of the last decade.

PJ Media reports that Cruz, as director Federal Trade Commission’s Office of Policy Planning, was known as a consensus builder. “Almost all of Cruz’s initiatives received unanimous support among both Republicans and Democrats” who comprised the five members of commission, two of whom served in Bill Clinton’s administration.

Cruz fought successfully against weighing down the blooming e-commerce business (including the explosion of companies like Amazon and eBay) with new regulations designed to protect old brick-and-mortar stores.

Another of Cruz’s favorite fights was taking on crony capitalism. According to PJ Media:

Cruz also sent dozens of letters to states to fight new efforts to enshrine crony capitalism. Cruz sent a letter to New York to challenge a legislative attempt to impose a “minimum markup” on the sale of gasoline. This bill was a naked attempt to force gas stations to raise prices, but was couched as helping consumers. Cruz also sent letters to promote competition in financial services and energy markets. Through it all, Cruz kept his focus on the ultimate little guy — the consumer.

Over a decade later, presidential candidate Cruz has remained faithful to stand against crony capitalism. As reported by Western Journalism, the presidential candidate told a Wall Street crowd this summer:

The simple reality is big business does great with big government…I’ll give you a statistic that you’ll never hear President Obama or Hillary Clinton admit: the top 1 percent, the millionaires and billionaires Obama constantly demagogues today earn a higher share of our income, than any year since 1928.

“There is a tendency in Washington to support giant corporations,” he said, adding that “the Democratic party is the party of the rich, big government and cronyism. That is the Democratic Party.”

Cruz offered the example of Dodd-Frank, which “killed hundreds and even thousands of small financial institutions” because they could not comply with its onerous regulations, which the candidate said Wall Street helped write.

“I don’t think government should be playing the role of either Santa Claus or thug,” the senator said.

When Sarah Palin Was Told About Boehner’s Resignation, She Knew Exactly What To Say

Former Gov. Sarah Palin is thrilled at the news of Rep. John Boehner’s decision to resign from Congress at the end of October. Palin said Boehner’s exit is a victory for grassroots conservatives.

“You can only thwart the will of the people for so long. First Eric Cantor, now John Boehner. Senate leadership that’s now on notice surely takes this seriously,” Palin said in an exclusive statement to Breitbart News.

Palin said everyday voters are tiring of career politicians who promise, but don’t deliver. She said that the day of reckoning has come, and that those elected to office should pay attention.

“The conservative grassroots is calling out the permanent political class and that’s reflected in the GOP presidential polls,” she said.

Some of the recent shake-ups, like Tea Party wins in Texas, Delaware, Wisconsin and New York, are a part of the grassroots conservative movement that Palin has endorsed. She said it’s all for the good of the country.

“Bold, independent Congressmen in Washington prove they’re to be reckoned with now, and they deserve voters’ thanks for doing what we sent them to do – shake up the status quo and get the country back on track,” Palin said.

Boehner has been a congressmen since 1990 and has won re-elections by large margins, obtaining up to 71 percent of the vote. He became Speaker of the House in 2011 after Republicans gained the majority of seats. He was re-elected for a third term as House Speaker in 2015, although the last election resulted in a significant portion of House Republicans attempting to remove him. Conservative Republicans have had tense moments with Boehner, especially over fiscal issues. He fought to raise the debt ceiling and faced more conflict in the impeding debate next week over keeping the government open. He aligned with Democratics in those showdowns, which further angered the conservative base.

The House approved a resolution in 2014 authorizing Boehner to sue President Barack Obama over executive orders the president issued regarding the 2010 Affordable Health Care Act. The House alleged the president abused his powers, disregarding Congress and the U.S. Constitution.

Judge Rosemary M. Collyer of the U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., issued a decision to let the lawsuit move forward. The Obama administration announced on Sept. 21 that it will appeal the decision to gain a federal appeals court review.