Mark Levin

Idaho Eyes Amending Constitution

Austin Hill, IdahoReporter.com

“Our Legislature had the bills ready to go 3 years ago, but the far right defeated it,” said a lawyer. “It’s a shame that our Founding Fathers provided the means to amend our U.S. Constitution, yet some in Idaho and across the country are afraid to utilize those very mechanisms provided for reigning-in the excesses of the national gov't.”

Faux Conserv. JoeS Lectures The Right

Brent Bozell, Newsbusters.org

Joe Scarborough, faux conservative, is hawking a new book, lecturing conservatives on the way forward. Why should it should be ignored? It'll be reviewed in The NY Times, while Levin's important, best-selling books won't.

Constitutional Convention Returns Power to The People

Cal Thomas, Washington Examiner

IN Repub. state Sen. David Long is promoting an unused section of the Constitution as the ultimate check on big government. Article V provides two paths to amending the Constitution.

Restore Constitutional Republicanism

Michael Zimmerman, Carroll County Times (MD)

Mark Levin’s latest book, “The Liberty Amendments,” may hold the potential of transforming our nation’s politics and government on an epic scale. “I undertook this project not because I believe the Constitution, as originally structured is outdated and outmoded, thereby requiring modernization through amendments, but because of the opposite – the necessity and urgency of restoring constitu

Levin: 'Keep Your Plan' Is BAD

RIght Scoop Staff

Levin argues that the "Keep Your Plan Act" would force insurance companies into selling policies to the American people and that there is no constitutional authority for Congress to exercise such power. Thus, it would be unconstitutional for Congress to force insurance companies, or rather any business to sell to people.

MSM Lies: TeaParty Did Back Cuccinelli

Mark Levin, MarkLevinShow.com

Time's latest liberal article wants you to believe that conservatives abandoned Ken Cuccinelli. Not true. Tea party activists donated not only their money but their time. The GOP leaders can plant all the stories it wants with its media friends. But it doesn't change the facts.

GOP-E: Win First, Fight Later

Mark Levin, MarkLevinShow.com

Christie refused to sign the briefs challenging Obamacare and is among a handful of GOP governors moving quickly to implement it. He's another big government Repub. Members of the GOP have no strategy or principled vision.

The Betrayal of Ken Cuccinelli

The betrayal of Ken Cuccinelli by the Republican establishment and many of Virginia’s nominally Republican business community leaders is reflective of the precedent the Republican establishment set in their treatment of Barry Goldwater. When an establishment Republican gains a nomination for office the Republican leadership demands that conservatives close ranks with establishment Republicans and support the nominee. However, when a conservative gains a nomination, establishment Republicans are, without consequence, free to criticize the nominee and to do everything they can to undercut the conservative’s campaign.

Levin: RNC Didn't Help Cuccinelli

The Right Scoop Staff

Mark Levin and basically said that’s the money the RNC spent in Virginia had everything to do with their post-'12 autopsy and has nothing to do with getting out the vote. Levin charged that Priebus has showed up at the end of the election to position himself to talk about his great ground game if there is a victory or criticize the candidate if they lose.

Estab. GOP, RINOs Want McAuliffe Win

Mark Levin, Facebook

Many in the GOP estab., from fundraisers and consultants, to GOP officeholders, have either trashed Cuccinnelli or endorsed McAuliffe outright. The GOP national machine has done little for Cuccinnelli. Karl Rove, offers no support for Cuccinnelli, while he schemes and whispers behind the scenes against conservatives nationwide. 

Palin: Loss Should Energize Us!

Sarah Palin, Facebook

On her Facebook page, Sarah Palin writes, "Steve energized commonsense conservatives all across the country. Tonight’s New Jersey race was a win for Barack Obama, and the Senate deal in D.C. was a loss for the American people. What happened in D.C. ... reminds us of how hard we must fight in 2014 to return to a government of the people." 

TeaParty Victory in NJ?

Kevin Mooney, American Spectator

It’s election day in NJ. The polls are closer than you think. Steve Lonegan's Sarah Palin-approved conservative brand could save Jersey.

McConnell Should Be Defeated

Tony Lee, Breitbart

Mark Levin said that Mitch McConnell needed to be defeated in his primary for conservatism to succeed, calling McConnell an "awful Republican leader." McConnell is being challenged by Tea Party's Matt Bevin. 

Palin/Levin Conservative Call to NJ

Frances Martel, Breitbart

Sarah Palin and Mark Levin hit NJ this weekend to buoy Repub. Sen. candidate Steve Lonegan's campaign vs. Cory Booker. The "largest grassroots campaign event in NJ history" will serve to remind establishment R's why abandoning NJ to Dems and media darlings was a mistake.

Levin v. Krauthammer on Cruz

Jeff Poor, Daily Caller

Mark Levin and Charles Krauthammer exchanged heated barbs over Cruz's speech. Levin reminded his listeners that Krauthammer had been on the wrong side of Ronald Reagan.

Defunding is a Liberty Litmus Test

Real Clear Politics Staff

"Any Republican who votes against the strategy to defund Obamacare is not worth your vote in the future. You can't possibly oppose Obamacare and then vote to fund it," Levin said. 

Cuccinelli-Levin Rally a Success

Fredrick Kunkle, Washington Post

Don't let the negative undertone of this WaPo article fool you. The Cuccinelli rally with Mark Levin drew hundreds of enthusiastic supporters fired up about KC's plans to restrain government.

Mark Levin to Endorse Ken Cuccinelli at Constitution Day Rally

"He’s going to have my wholehearted full endorsement and support. This is what we need in this country — statesmen, leaders. Not the next in line. Cuccinelli is the guy." — Mark Levin

(Mark) Levinomics for America

Peter Ferrara, American Spectator

The economic ideas in Mark Levin’s new book are no less vital than the constitutional ones.