Mark Levin

Mark Levin’s fantastic rant on liberty vs. GOP establishment

The Right Scoop

Mark Levin explained how the establishment types always come out and trash candidates like Ted Cruz who believe in fighting to win and always support candidates who don’t really believe in liberty. He explains our situation, as only he can, and exposes how they are the true radicals in the party.

Mark Levin vaporizes Brit Hume’s defense of Republican "leadership" in Congress

The Right Scoop

Brit Hume defended the Republican Establishment leadership in Congress, suggesting that they haven’t surrendered to Obama, but rather have just found themselves in stalemate with him. Mark Levin saw this and responded to Hume during his first hour, thoroughly unraveling his false arguments but in a polite and thoughtful way. It was fantastic.

Conservative media stars bail on Ryan

T. Becket Adams, Washington Examiner

For right-wing media stars, including radio hosts Laura Ingraham and Mark Levin and Fox News' Sean Hannity, Ryan would be a disastrous choice for speaker. To them, the chair of the House Ways and Means Committee would likely do nothing to oppose the Democratic Party's agenda on immigration and free trade.

Levin points to scaffolding at US Capitol – Use it as GOP spines

Pam Key, Breitbart

Mark Levin didn’t mince words at the anti-Iran nuclear deal rally on Wednesday. "What of the Republicans? The Republicans, the Republicans control that building behind us right now. You see that scaffolding up there? They should take some of that and use it on their damn spines. The Republican party, particularly the leadership, has abandoned the Constitution and the treaty power of the United States Senate."

Levin: Federal Government is stealing from Unborn Babies

David Brody, The Daily Signal

Levin says he’s sick and tired of establishment politicians talking about the need to reform entitlement spending. He says there are always plenty of proposals out there but President Barack Obama and GOP leadership don’t want to touch them.

Congress can end birthright citizenship

The Right Scoop

Mark Levin explained birthright citizenship in the opening of his show last night and why Congress can end it without having to amend the Constitution.

Mark Levin worries about the young

Brent Bozell, CNS News

In reviewing Levin’s book, "Plunder and Deceit,” Bozell says, “It's a good bet that no liberal journalist will read it, no liberal newspaper will review it, and that no liberal network would imagine calling up Levin for an interview. They are too busy advocating tolerance and diversity.”

Levin: America is not a nation of immigrants

Scott Greer, Daily Caller

In the final part of The Daily Caller’s exclusive interview with Levin in connection with his new book, “Plunder and Deceit,” the political commentator explains why it is vital that conservatives transcend “nation of immigrants” rhetoric and put the interests of citizens first.

Levin: GOP won majority on a lie

Julia Hahn, Breitbart

Levin argued that on every issue from Obamacare to executive amnesty to Obamatrade, the establishment Republican Party has refused to represent the interests of Americans.

Mark Levin exposes Obama’s progressive future for your kids

Peter Ferrara, Daily Caller

In his eye-opening new book, Plunder and Deceit, Mark Levin explains the future President Obama’s so-called “progressives” are building for your kids.

Mark Levin: ‘Plunder and Deceit’

Jeffrey Lord, American Spectator

Lord describes Mark Levin’s new book: “A frightening look into exactly what today’s thoughtless and greedy ruling generation of Americans are leaving behind for the next generation — their own children.”

Levin: R's Won’t Stop Amnesty, OCare

Cheryl K. Chumley, Washington Times

“The problem is the Amer. people reject it,” Levin said. “Once again, they go through these motions as Boehner did a few weeks ago. They’re really going to fight Obama on this issue while at the same time he has Rep. Mike McCaul coming up with the tactics for the past 6 or 7 bills.”

Levin Slams Nat'l Journal Over Coverage of Boehner's Netanyahu Invite

Ken Shepherd, NewsBusters

"Now that Boehner has invited [Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu to speak before Congress, the WH is telling its media surrogates to attack," Mark Levin noted. "Forget about Boehner, attack Israel & Netanyahu, they have violated diplomatic protocol!"

Levin Exposes O, Defends Capitalism & Property Rights

Right Scoop Staff

Mark Levin responded to Obama’s tax increase proposal of the ‘rich’, asking first whether conservatives & R's are even capable of exposing O’s welfare state & defending Capitalism, private property rights and the greatest economy. He responds by doing just that.

Peter Wehner’s Greatest Hit Jobs

Jen Kuznicki,

Wehner attacks anyone who tells the truth, including Mark Levin, and replaces their message with a distorted view of conservatism. Still very much the Bush grandee, still progressive and wrong.

Levin: Obama Should've Sent Al Sharpton to Paris

Ian Hanchett, Breitbart

"He (Sharpton) is a good marcher. I think he is the voice of the Obama admin. He’s certainly been to the White House more than any world leader, so that’s who this administration should have sent if it was true to its belief system.”

Levin: Greatest Threat Today Is Islamo-Nazism

Right Scoop Staff

Mark Levin opened his show talking about the war the world is in with Muslim terrorists, saying that it's the greatest threat in the world today. He noted that, at such a time as this, we have the weakest political leadership in not just his lifetime, but many lifetimes.

Levin's Not Buying Labrador's Excuse For Boehner Vote

Mark Levin, Facebook

Labrador wrote, "[Boehner] assured me that he wants to change the way the House is run. He asked for my help moving the House in a more conservative direction & promised that this would be a model for how he’ll conduct himself in the 114th Congress."

Why We Must (Gently) Disagree With Our Friend Mark Levin

Ronald Reagan’s answer to those, including some of his good political supporters, who wanted him to head a new conservative party, was to tell them “they were out of their minds.” As Reagan saw it then (and he was right) the bulk of conservative voters in America are Republicans—and they won’t desert the Republican Party for a third party.