Here is the reality of Speaker Ryan’s American Security Against Foreign Enemies Act; it was forced through the House on a closed Rule (no amendments allowed) and it leaves the action to decide whether or not a Syrian “refugee” is admitted to America entirely in the hands of Obama’s appointees. It wasn’t passed to protect innocent Americans, it is purely a political ploy to protect vulnerable Republican incumbents who are facing conservative primary challengers.
Martha Roby, Renee Ellmers, Pete Sessions and other establishment Republicans gave Obama a blank check with their votes on the past three budget and spending bills. Now they are trying to claim they have no control over what he does with the money and couldn’t imagine that he would pursue a dangerous policy like bringing potential Syrian Muslim terrorists to America? If that’s their excuse they are just plain lying, or they are too dangerously naïve to represent the American people in Congress.
It sure seems this entire rules process led by GOP Rep. Pete Sessions is rigged to allow only the amendments the leadership wants.
Remembering which GOP Reps voted for the bill in '16 is exactly what conservative icon Richard Viguerie had in mind when he tweeted: "target list for '16 Repub. primaries found in this roll call YES vote = Primary challenge." TP activists already appear up to undertaking the challenge.
Tea party activists are “liars and charlatans,” said Kim Locus, the campaign manager for GOP-E Rep. Pete Sessions. Locus called tea party activists the “Fundamentalist Taliban Tea Party” and taunting supporters Rep. Scott Turner.
In the House GOP leadership reorganization that will occur in the wake of Eric Cantor’s defeat conservatives don’t have to gain all the leadership positions to advance our agenda. What we need is at least one leader who will wake-up every morning thinking, “What are the four, five, six things I can do today to put the Democrats out of business?”
Rep. Pete Sessions voted for the financial bailout, while Rep. Kevin McCarthy voted against it.
A brief review of their records shows, Kevin McCarthy and Pete Sessions long ago disqualified themselves for the leadership of a House Republican Conference that was elected on a platform of governing America according to conservative principles. House Republicans should avoid elevating someone who is as bad as or worse than Eric Cantor is on the conservative agenda to replace him in the number two spot in the House Republican leadership.
As CHQ Chairman Richard Viguerie recounts in his new book TAKEOVER, the year the Bambino led the major leagues with sixty home runs, he also led in strikeouts with eighty-nine.
Will establishment favorite Pete Sessions fall to Tea Party challenger? As the Texas early voting period winds down, Sessions’ Dallas-area district has been rocked by revelations that he may not actually live in the district he represents, or even in the state of Texas.
Establishment Republican and Boehner henchman Pete Sessions favors amnesty and has used his powerful position in Congress to oppose defunding Obamacare, has voted to raise the debt ceiling, and has been an advocate for the NSA intrusion into our freedoms -- it's time for a change in TX-32 and feisty conservative fighter Katrina Pierson is the kind of change we need.
"Katrina Pierson is an utterly fearless, principled conservative," says Ted Cruz. Katrina Pierson, a Tea Party activist, is challenging Rep. Pete Sessions in the GOP primary. Pete Sessions, first elected in 1996, is considered by some to be a loyal estab.-type Repub., a RINO to be exact.
Will Ted Cruz endorse tea party fave Katrina Pierson who is taking on estab. Repub. Sen. Pete Sessions? Sessions claims that he has conservatives' support.
In an exclusive interview with NewsMax, ConservativeHQ.com Chairman Richard Viguerie provided conservatives with a brief roadmap of how to end ObamaCare and obtain the real spending reform that recently eluded them in the insider deal to end the recent government “slimdown.
To: All Republican Members of the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate: