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Karen Handel for Congress

This is the email I didn’t want to have to write. But after seeing the latest public polls — I have no choice.

I hope and pray you will read this email to the end.

You see, George, the most important election for Republicans — since President Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton — is happening right now in Georgia.

And as of today, the most recent public polling has me tied — and we don’t have much time left before Election Day.

But the news gets worse — and I hope you will keep reading.

You see, because of the liberal news media and the national Democrats sheer hatred for Republicans, they have targeted all their rage — AND RESOURCES — to win this special election.

That’s right…Bernie Sanders, Nancy Pelosi and the national Democrats’ hate-machine has literally made this the most expensive race for Congress EVER.

In fact, with the help of the liberal special interest groups my opponent has easily raised more than Ten Million Dollars (yes, $10,000,000) to win this special election — and embarrass President Trump.

George, I have nowhere else to turn and time is running out. Will you help me fight back?

Will you make a sacrificial gift to my campaign of $5 or even $35 today?

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I hope and pray I can count on you George — and I need your help today.

George, this election is going to come down the wire. Every dollar at this point can make the difference between winning and losing.

That’s why I’m emailing you this urgent plea today and asking you for your sacrificial gift. Can I count on you?.

I’ll be checking back later today to see if you were able to help. I hope and pray you will.

For America,

Karen Handel

P.S. The Democrats are watching our campaign extremely closely. Every dollar raised from this email will go immediately to fighting back against the lies and attacks being thrown our way. Your donation will make a huge impact for our success — please let me know if I can count on you.

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True Patriots Are Going to Love What Rush Limbaugh Just Said about Trump


While the Republican elite continue to trash Trump every which way they can, he continues to dominate the polls. And for good reason: Trump’s views on immigration reflect how most Republicans feel about the issue.

On a recent show, Rush Limbaugh threw his weight behind Trump and explained why he’s doing so well.

The top conservative radio host in America Rush Limbaugh gave his full support to many aspects of Donald Trump’s bold immigration proposal. And on his radio show, he made an announcement that America needs to hear!

“Trump’s ideas are not fringe, are not outliers, they are mainstream. They represent the views and the attitudes of the people who make this country work,” Limbaugh opined.

Now, the inside-the-Beltway people, when they hear that, they cringe, ‘Oh, my God, don’t say that’s what Republicans [stand for] — oh, God.’ [But the] people are standing up and cheering. They don’t want their country given away, for crying out loud! […] I’m telling you, that one has people standing up and cheering.


It’s amazing. Sixteen people are running for the presidency, and… 15 of them are perceived to have essentially the same policy on immigration. One of them is entirely different from the other 15, and he’s the one who’s leading. Now, don’t you think people inside the Beltway should be able to look at this and put two and two together and figure out what is causing this? They can chalk it up to celebrity, they can chalk it up to pop culture, they can chalk it up to circus.

Limbaugh noted what the political establishment is coming to realize: Trump’s position as the leading GOP candidate for President is real. And Donald Trump is doing it by holding the views of mainstream conservatives instead of the beltway elite!

Trump may have his flaws, but he’s certainly doing a few things right… he’s being courageous and he’s pushing for the kind of immigration reform the majority of mainstream Republicans want.

How about you – do you stand with Trump on immigration? Leave a comment below with your thoughts.

Millennials Emerge as Force in 2016 Elections

Mary Anna Mancuso

Political Strategist at Political Hype

Millennials Emerge as Force in 2016 Elections

Headwinds from a lackluster economy and a botched Obamacare rollout have served up a once-in-a-generation opportunity for Republicans to enlist droves of young people into conservatives’ ranks, several experts say.

There is mounting evidence that President Obama’s inability to restore vigorous job growth, let alone heal the planet and stem the rising oceans, has led to a new openness to conservative principles among young people.

Today, the same young people who cast two-thirds of their votes for then-candidate Barack Obama in 2008 are restless, and looking for new answers.

A recent Harvard poll showed President Obama’s approval has dipped below 50 percent among 18-29 year olds. That’s still higher than the population at large, but a far cry from the adoration he once enjoyed.

Millennials, generally defined as those born in the decades of the 1980s and ’90s, tend to be socially libertarian and yet lean conservative on economic issues. And it’s hard to find a demographic hit harder by the job-bereft recovery.

Raffi Williams, deputy press secretary of the Republican National Committee, says young voters “are worried about their futures since so many are struggling to find a job on the proper career path, and they are being burdened by skyrocketing healthcare cost due to Obamacare.”

According to Williams, Republicans are looking for new ways to reach out to young people. The Victory 365 campaign, which targets a younger demo and encourages volunteerism, is one example.

Featuring a young woman hiking in a rural setting, the site is essentially a portal that signs up young people interested in participating in the political process: making phone calls, knocking on doors, distributing literature, and so forth. Beyond a few RNC mentions, the party branding is minimal. That’s smart considering Millennials’ palpable disdain for political parties.

Another initiative underway is Campus Captains, which seeks to demonstrate why it’s now cool to join the GOP. Republican leaders hope signing up college students to spread the GOP’s message will also energize voters to turn out on Election Day.

Of course, no one is saying the shift will be easy. Jose Sanchez, political science professor at Long Island University in Brooklyn, N.Y., said Republicans face an uphill battle.

“There has been a shift in society and we’ve moved to a sharing economy where people are not employed full time or working with large corporations,” he said. “In essence, people have become disconnected from large institutions. And while people such as Rand Paul stir interest in Millennials, I don’t think they’ll vote Republican as a result.”

Still, Millennials represent a voting bloc of 80 million people, and even modest GOP inroads could spell the difference between victory and defeat. In 2012, Obama carried the youth vote by 24-point margin over Mitt Romney. Will young people in 2016 continue to vote for a Democratic Party that has yet to come up with a way to invigorate the U.S. economy?

Consider: Just 35 percent of the Millennials who voted for Barack Obama in 2012 say they will definitely vote in this month’s election. Of those who cast ballots for Mitt Romney, 45 percent say they will definitely vote.

So how do Republicans plan to win the hearts and minds of younger voters? Williams says the key will be getting Millennials to convince other Millennials.

“In the past we used to take our great young volunteers and send them away from their communities to work,” he said. “Now we are having Millennials focus on working in their communities.

“Only by engaging young people where they live, work, and socialize will we be able to bring more Millennials into the fold,” he added.

Thus the Republican National Committee is working diligently to be more active on college campuses and wherever Millennials can be found.

One congressman urging Republicans to take the campaign to Millennials is Illinois GOP Rep. Aaron Shock. At 33, Shock is the second youngest member of Congress, and he says it’s a mistake for either party to assume Democrats are somehow destined to always carry the youth vote.

I believe any candidate can win over any demographic of voters if they first show up, show them the respect, and make their message relevant,” Shock told CNN.

The best way to make conservatism relevant he said is to focus on the virtues of a thriving free-market economy. “It’s their driving force for what motivates them to the polls, the issue they care most about,” Shock said. “The president’s track record on the economy the last six years, it’s not been so well. And it at least opens the door for Republicans.”

Another key according to Crossfire co-host S.E. Cupp will be for the Republican Party to marry its free-market principles with technological development.

Cupp said on that Republicans need to “craft policy that allows technology to develop and flourish in the United States.”

True, the informal motto of the Millennial generation is “YOLO,” which for the uninitiated stands for: “You only live once.” But despite their extreme embrace of all the excitement life has to offer, Millennials also worry over weighty issues like jobs, the economy, and healthcare.

In that environment, the old liberal-versus-conservative paradigm may be as out of place as patron ordering a plain old cup of black coffee from Starbucks. The Millennial generation has grown up expected myriad options, and there’s no reason the GOP can’t be one of them.

In this is rapidly changing social and political landscape, the GOP has begun to reach young voters by embracing technology and fostering an entrepreneurial spirit. Breaking the Democratic deadlock on young people could just bring new hope for a generation that has floundered since leaving college.

Mary Anna Mancuso, Newsmax Magazine, December 2014

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Bullets for Bodies, A Sick Twist in Iran Protests

Shoshana Bryen and Stephen Bryen  December 9, 2019 • Asia Times

The Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps was designated as a foreign terrorist organization by the United States on April 8, a first for a state entity. (Photo: AFP)

Revolutionary Guard charging families the cost of killing loved ones amid economic turmoil and exports of terror.

There are protests and riots across Iran, brutally put down by Iranian security forces and Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corp (IRGC); the government is charging families for the bullets used to kill their loved ones before releasing bodies to them. Inflation is rampant and economic growth is negative. Sanctions on Iranian oil shipments have led Iran to steal Iraqi oil, one cause of the anti-Iranian riots across Iraq.

Yet, Iran continues to arm its proxies and allies with missiles that can strike Saudi Arabia, the Gulf States, Jordan and Israel. Ballistic missiles, cruise missiles and drones, controlled by Iran’s Quds Force, are being spread across the region.

The Quds Force, commanded by Major General Qasem Soleimani, is part of the IRGC that works with Houthis in Yemen, with pro-Iranian government and government-recognized Shiite militias in Iraq, with Hezbollah in Lebanon and Syria, and with Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad in the Gaza Strip.

While all of this aggressiveness may be the outward explosion of a regime in trouble, the transfer of these missiles and drones threatens not only some of America’s closest friends but threatens American forces in the region. Iranian general Allahnoor Noorollahi says Iran has 21 US military bases directly in its sights.

According to Axios, US bases in the Middle East include:

Bahrain: More than 7,000 US troops, mostly naval forces, are there to maintain Persian Gulf security.
Iraq: About 5,200 US troops were in the northern part of Iraq as of January, per the Defense Department. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said they were there help combat ISIS. The number may drop as the Iraqi military has said US troops have to leave.
Jordan: About 2,795 US troops support operations to defeat ISIS and promote regional stability.
Kuwait: Over 13,000 American troops are stationed in Kuwait and the US Central Command (CENTCOM) forward headquarters is there as well.
Oman:   The country has hosted US operations since 1980 and has assisted the US in combating ISIS. A few hundred Americans are there now.
Qatar: As many as 13,000 US troops are in Qatar, with plans to expand. The Gulf nation supports US efforts to combat regional terrorism.
Saudi Arabia: The Trump administration announced on Nov. 19 that approximately 3,000 US troops will be deployed to Saudi Arabia to protect the region “against hostile action by Iran and its proxy forces.”
Syria: CENTCOM does not disclose the current number of troops, but DOD has said about 2,000 US service personnel were in Syria, and the Military Times reports approximately 800 might still be there to protect oil resources.
Turkey: The number of US troops in Turkey is unclear, but the country’s strategic location makes it valuable for transporting arms and people. The US has air bases in Izmir and Incirlik as part of NATO.
United Arab Emirates: 5,000 US troops are stationed at air and naval bases.

In addition, just across the Strait of Hormuz, lies the American Combined Joint Task Force – Horn of Africa (CJTF-HOA), the only permanent US base on the continent.

Iran has transferred Zelzal and Fateh-110 missiles to Iraq and has also reestablished the manufacturing of ballistic missiles in Iraq at al-Zafaraniya, east of Baghdad, and Jurf al-Sakhar, north of Kerbala.  While these areas are surely controlled by pro-Iran Sh’ia groups, the Iraqi government – at a minimum – is allowing the manufacturing to take place and is badly compromised in its claims it “does not want to take sides” in the conflict between Iran and Saudi Arabia or Israel.

The Zelzal (probably the Zelzal III) has also been supplied to Hezbollah, to the Houthis in Yemen and to the Syrian army. It is a solid-propellant artillery rocket with a range of 200 km that uses an inertial navigation system recently augmented by the addition of GPS navigation.  The missile weighs about 3.7 tons and carries a large warhead.

The Fateh-110, used in Syria by Syrian, Iranian forces and Hezbollah, and seen in Lebanon, is a road-mobile single-stage solid-fueled surface-to-surface missile produced by Iran’s Aerospace Industries Organization. The version transferred to Iraq is probably the Zolfaghar, which has a range of 700 km. With a warhead of between 450 and 700 kg, the latest versions have sub-munitions, making them more effective.

This missile is likely now being manufactured in Iraq, as one of the Iraqi production plants, at al-Zafaraniya (a former production facility under Saddam Hussein) can produce composite materials that are used in the Zolfaghar missile body to reduce weight (the Fateh-110 is metal and heavier). Iranian engineers were sent to al-Zafaraniya to get the plant back operating and supply the molds and designs for manufacturing.

It has long been observed that nations experiencing internal upheaval often try to externalize their problems, which is exactly what Iran is doing. Iran’s objective is to spread its influence and gain a strategic edge, particularly over Saudi Arabia and Israel, but also to avoid direct retaliation, particularly from Israel or Israel plus the United States. Hence the transfer, not only of arms, but also of manufacturing capabilities across the region.

But Iran’s thinking that neither the US nor Israel will retaliate directly may be outdated. Although both want to avoid direct military action against Iran, even one blunder by Iran or its proxies could result in war against Tehran. Israel’s growing concern over transfers has led it to repeatedly attack missile shipments, warehouses, and factories, as well as bases, in Syria and Lebanon and, starting last summer, in Iraq. The latest attack, on a warehouse in Iraq near the Syrian border, took place this week and was successful.

Iran’s aggressiveness may have carried the Mullahs across the Rubicon, to a point of no return.

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