Tune in to Graceland with Jennifer Meadows this week as we discuss the kickoff of Ted Cruz’s 2016 presidential run. He makes the left hyperventilate and some in the GOP establishment reach for more medicine. Just what the doctor ordered, perhaps?
In the early stages of the 2016 GOP race, how does Cruz stack up against Walker, Bush, Paul and the rest of the GOP field? We’ll offer some thoughts on this.
Hillary Clinton declares in front of an audience made up primarily of members of the press that she’s ready for a new relationship with the press. Then she takes no questions – and gets a standing ovation from the press. It sounds like the mainstream media is ready to move on from her email scandal. What’s next, an apology from the media too?
Hispanic activists are organizing in Texas in support of tougher immigration laws. Wait a minute, that’s not the narrative we’re supposed to hear. This could get interesting.
Does the EPA ever know when to stop? Here come new regulations on fracking. Then the EPA wants to regulate your backyard BBQ grills.
And don’t think about taking a nice long shower after a day at Disneyland – the EPA wants to regulate how long you can shower in a hotel. Even Stalin didn’t do that.
Join Jennifer Meadows, Curtice Mang and Charles Johnson as we discuss these topics and more.
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