The Masks Removed – The Agendas Exposed – The Enemy Behind The Wire…

We Remember Mississippi 2014 !


There is an expression:

“I will leave you naked before your enemies”…

A proactive assertion essentially stating: if you chose to engage in war with me – not only do I promise your defeat against my interests, but I will lay you open to exposure from all adversaries – who will then take advantage of your new vulnerability.

Presidential Candidate Donald Trump is doing a remarkable job filling the role behind this proclamation.  In a seismic political shift Trump has gone far beyond drawing a line in the sand.  He has openly dug a trench on his pre-selected battle space within conservative encampments.

Without any apology or hidden motive, he has filled the trench with a highly explosive electorate fuel (the result from years of Republican lies and deceit) and he is openly standing behind his formation twirling a Zippo while looking toward the deceivers.

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As a direct result of this approach the enemy inside the wire is being forced to expose themselves.  The various “Robert’s-The Bruce”, per se’, are in a precarious position of attacking -in vain effort to retain the necessary ruse- however, consequently exposing their alignment with usurping powers of Machiavellian intent.

A widely read initial letter to the conservative self-interested, “An Open Letter To Jonah Goldberg“ was never advancing the proposition that Donald Trump was the be-all-end-all harbinger of conservatism, nor was it a part of his campaign.   Donald Trump is focused exclusively on simply Making America Great Again.

Those who follow politics know our motives for supporting Donald Trump are specifically because all other candidates represent a systemic problem of deception within the Republic.  They are part of a machine which operates on scheme and graft.  SEE: “Why I Support Donald TrumpPart I, Part 2 and Part 3.

We stand open with our motive – opponents do not.   We have previously used the metaphor that our constitutional republic was akin to the most beautiful classic car ever created, a beauty that is now in desperate need of restoration.

trump cruz - debate breakThis metaphor allowed us to present the question: Do we begin restoration to remove the rust with a ground up painstaking process intended to regain the full value, but will be exceedingly costly; or, do we as a nation once again put bondo over the rot and give it an appearance only paint job to maintain the impression?

Supporting Donald Trump means admitting the rot and disrepair we know exists.  Supporting Donald Trump means not ignoring the insufferable issues evident by hiding problems, the rust, represented by Mitch McConnell, John Boehner, Paul Ryan, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, et al under layers of shiny paint (See: McCain, Romney, Jeb).

Trump has proposed, and many like-minded agree, we tear it down and begin an arduous but worthy process of rebuilding.  Given that proposition, it would be silly to think we should take Lady Liberty to the restoration “finisher”.

We first need to take her to the world class “Trump body team” who will take her down to the frame, cut out the rust, and rebuild the foundation.  This is the essential element in a proper restoration.

nro coverRush Limbaugh, Mark Levin, Jonah Goldberg, and to a larger extent all the insufferable talking heads inside the Gang-of-22 mindset, are presenting a conflated argument.

They decry the laying of facts for why it is better to take Lady Liberty down to the foundation (removal of the rot), by arguing the body team is not experienced enough in the art of finishing.

In doing so they both defend years of associations with vested interests (Beltway DC political crowd) who hold a like-minded view of the body politic (bondo just fine), by claiming restoration proponents are not delivering an appropriate curriculum vitae for the chosen “finishing” contractor.

However, worse than just defending the “status quo” approach, they hide their agenda and thus become “the enemy inside the wire” that Donald Trump is exposing.

… And I will leave you naked before your enemies !

After the fiasco that was John McCain, and after the ridiculous 2012 election cycle which ended with Mitt Romney, for over two years each of these “conservative voices” at one point or another have called for the broader conservative electorate, the generalized “right” or “center-right”, to unite in support behind one candidate who can defeat the leftist agenda, and WIN.

While railing at “drive-bys“, “corporate interests“, “manufactured politics” and various catch phrases, the voices of Mark Levin and Rush Limbaugh have engaged a national audience and delivered opinion.  Increasingly it appears it was all BS ?

Because for the past eight months a Republican front-runner has not only emerged, but has worked his ass off to earn the massive support he holds.

Have you noticed a campaign rally for Ted Cruz with 20,000+ in attendance? Have you seen Democrats switching parties just so they can support Marco Rubio? Are there grass roots websites helping Jeb-Democrats to register as primary supporting Republicans?

See the point?

Have you noticed another candidate, as in “any other” candidate, willing to put his butt on the line to unapologetically discuss, advocate and advance the same issues important to your audience?  Well?

For 8 months only one candidate has waged war, when needed, against a corrupt industrial media complex in order to insure the delivery of his message, our message.

Only one candidate has pushed forward against the strongest adversaries in the media -forcing them to engage in policies, platforms and issue discussion they would never allow- and never backing down, always forward.

For eight months only one candidate has put his entire brand, reputation, financials and honor at risk – with zero self-benefit as an outcome of the effort. For eight months one candidate has campaigned for the most support, generated the most excitement, and coalesced the largest base.

One candidate. Working exhaustively.

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Have you seen another candidate with polling showing such diversity in support? Have you seen 25%-40% black support for Cruz, or Rubio, or Jeb?  Have you seen the pipe fitters union or any union openly stating their support for a blue collar billionaire?

Does anyone else carry such a consequential broad base?  No, and no you haven’t.

Have you seen any other candidate lead the polls amid every age group, every gender, every category of personage with such dominance?

Have you seen another candidate hold so many campaign rallies in all of the important states? … with packed audiences? …with filled arenas? ….. with thousands-upon-thousands in attendance? …day-after-day-after day, often in the same week?

Have you seen another candidate’s audience response so committed, so engaged, so enthusiastic?  No, no you haven’t.

Have you seen any other candidate directly align with the principles and positions of the majority of the patriotic working class, the middle class, The American Class?

Have you seen any other candidate willing to take on Wall Street, Tom Donohue and the parasitic U.S. Chamber of Commerce, which is no longer representing national best interests but promoting ‘globalist’ best interests ?  No, no you haven’t.

Have you seen any other candidate who is not beholden to the financial corporate interests of Wall Street?  Have you noticed any other candidate with such overwhelming real and grass-roots financial support from “Main Street”, middle America?

No, being honest with yourself, you haven’t noticed that either.

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So what is it exactly you are advocating for. You advocated for a specific action – for center-right Americans to come together and support a single candidate. These words were spoken by each of you, repeatedly, over the broadcast airways for the past several years.  These are YOUR WORDS, not ours – YOURS – as broadcast.

While “coming together” middle America has been ridiculed, marginalized, assaulted, called names, belittled, disregarded, attacked, besmirched and ignored. We battled through, and retained our assembly.

So here we stand. Millions of us – right here in a big, broad, united group; the largest single mass of people in the entire center-right country; standing directly in front of you, just like you asked; and we have selected our candidate.

As we stand here staring directly at you, we present a single question:

…”Do you choose to be our enemy”?

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535 Responses to The Masks Removed – The Agendas Exposed – The Enemy Behind The Wire…

  1. Honest Abbey says:

    Oh No! CNN just put up a headline saying:

    Adele says Donald Trump does not have permission to use her songs.

    That’s okay by me. Rolling in the Deep is more suitable for Ted Cruz anyway …. “We could’ve had it all” is for the losing team, not for Team Trump!

    GOODBYE, Adele …. Now go off and make THAT into a hit!

    Liked by 16 people

    • stringy theory says:

      Who the hell is Adele anyway? Never heard of he/she/it.

      Liked by 6 people

      • joshua says:

        me either…never HEARD of Adele…..unless it is “The Art of ADELE”…another Trump book?

        Liked by 3 people

      • Justice_099 says:

        One of those women that can’t seem to keep a man because she is a liberal.

        Liked by 1 person

      • hebejg says:

        she’s that singing chick with more chins than a chinese phone book i think.
        i like old rock n roll so i have no idea what this “wonder voice chick” sings but if thats what we are being told is good music then thats probably why i don’t know a single song of hers.
        i guess i wasn’t paying attention to all of the soundtrack at the Trump rally i went to.
        i was busy marveling at the turnout.
        nevertheless, take yer song and shove it missy.


        • She has a very good voice and is the best to come out of England in a long while. However, I am disappointed that she has done this. I’m going to check to see if she still owns her songs.

          When the whole flap started, I had found this:
          Now Trump himself has proven that’s just not true. The mogul bought the rights to play Tyler’s track during public assemblies, which ostensibly could include his public campaign stops. Trump also says he secured permission for a number of other songs, too, and will use those going forward instead of “Dream On” to avoid tarnishing his longstanding friendship with Tyler.

          Tyler’s attorney, Dina LaPolt, now tells Gossip Cop, “Mr. Trump is not wrong here and I am sure Steven will appreciate him not using his songs in connection with his campaign.” But, LaPolt points out, “The issue here is the consent decrees that govern [music licensers] ASCAP and BMI. These consent decrees were enacted by the Department of Justice pre-WWII and have not been updated since before the iPod was developed. They are outdated and do not allow songwriters and music publishers to negotiate in a free market.”


      • thomas_truthteller says:

        Adele is a, fat young-ish chick, with a pretty-ish face and an ok voice (but there are far better), who for some reason is being crowned by the powers that be as the next GREAT SINGER ( but she really iisn’t)


    • irvingtwosmokes says:

      Since he bought the rights to play it. I believe the appropriate metaphor here involves a river of excrement and a Native American water vessel without any means of propulsion.

      Liked by 10 people

    • grainofsalt says:

      Wait a minute… if for instance I bought the CD then why can’t I play it to my gathering? I don’t like that song anyway. I don’t understand why the campaign is playing her song. I actually miss the Twisted Sister’s song. It was so much better and much suited for the campaign theme.

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      • Regina says:

        yeah- I’m hoping they go back to that for the General 😉

        You Can play it for your gathering – it’s the people broadcasting it that are breaking the law

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        • Regina says:

          campaign rallies are ‘private events’ – there’s no violation


          • grainofsalt says:

            Regina, Exactly! Just like anyone’s private gathering– no violation there. So why is Adele’s permission required? The media covering the event for example, RSBN they mute their sound system and they play their own music. I don’t see any violation by the campaign team at all. They need to ditch her songs. Oh well…


          • chrystalia99 says:

            Technically, it depends on country copyright and company policy. For instance, you can purchase and download itunes, and burn a copy, for YOUR use only. You can’t play that tune as background music in your store, for instance, or as the background for your You Tube Christmas video. That’s “re-broadcasting”, and even if you do so for non-commercial purposes, it’s against itunes policy.

            It usually isn’t enforced (though Disney and Warner are really strict)

            U.S. copyright law (federal) says that even if you bought the CD, you must get permission from the copyright holder to play that CD in any public or private event that is being “re-broadcast”–which Trump’s rallies are.

            You also need permission to play it in any public venue,as background music–unless you are using the CD to expressly sell a product, like stereo systems.

            That’s why “elevator music” was invented–seriously! And there are some major fines that can be imposed if the feds want to enforce.

            Cue the obama enforcement squads in 3…..2…..1…..

            BTW, if TiSA passes, copyright laws will be exponentially worse in all likelihood. Since the TiSA agreement STILL isn’t available for public review, we only have leaks and a vague outline to go by, but the leaks and the outline language indicate they are significantly enlarging the definition of “re-broadcast” to include website links and the internet.

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            • thomas_truthteller says:

              If I’m not mistaken, there are very broad licenses available from ASCAP and the other big clearing house – I’m pretty sure radio stations use these licenses, which allows them to play any song by any of the ‘artists’ represented by ASCAP. Trump probably has a license ( his organization is on the ball), she’s just whining, technically there’s probably nothing she can do.

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              • chrystalia99 says:

                Technically, there isn’t, because of ASCAP etc. They basically have to give licenses when you purchase for certain uses.

                But most artists freak when a candidate that doesn’t fit with their fanbase uses their stuff, because it upsets the fans. Radio stations are a whole different thing, because getting airplay makes artists money.

                But having their music used by someone their fans don’t like can cost them money. And some of the EU countries because of different copyright laws give artists more leeway to say no, also.

                It’s all silly, IMO.


        • Optimus Maximus says:

          Trump should get Springstein’s permission, if he can, to use Born in the USA. Just a suggestion…great beat, patriotic, addresses the theme of jobs going overseas…


        • sean436 says:

          That is exactly right.


      • Doug says:

        I get that she doesn’t want her songs used. Shes British and probably doesn’t want to be involved in US politics regardless who the candidate is. I think that’s a fair stance.


      • chrystalia99 says:

        You can’t. Just like if you bought a Disney movie, you can’t show it at any public gather…That’s in the fine print that zips by at the beginning of every movie. The stuff we all ignore LOL.

        BUT–someone ought to let Trump’s team know that you can use a sound clip from any song, in ANYTHING, as long as it is less than 15 seconds :-).

        That’s why they call it sampling–though how they decided that a “sample” as a unit of measure is 15 seconds is beyond me….

        ruh, roh–curiosity just attacked. Note to self, add “sampling” to research list sigh. It’s a good thing a learned the difference between “countable infinity” and “uncountable infinity” the other night….


        • Supposedly Trump’s Lawyer has stated this WAS taken care of:

          Could it be the rights were purchases without the artists knowing?


          • chrystalia99 says:

            The legal team did take care of it properly–but they didn’t take care of it properly.

            We writers are stuck in the copyright tangle as well :-). With music, you have 2 different issues–the artist themselves, and the “music governing” commercial copyright groups, BMI and ASCAP, so what happened with Aerosmith music is typical—someone can purchase a song, for instance through itunes, and then go and get permission from ASCAP and BMI to use it publicly in campaigns etc,–completely bypassing the artist.

            Then the artist gets really p.o’d because all of a sudden it looks like they are supporting someone they aren’t. Their fans get p.o’d and boycott their brand, and the MSM has another “scandal” to smear Trump with sigh.

            If I were on Trump’s event team, I would be contacting every artist I knew PERSONALLY, and getting permission IN WRITING, before even purchasing a song and getting the industry rights.

            Heck, he could approach artists who like him, ask them to record AMERICAN SONGS–like America the beautiful, etc., slap them on an album, sell the album at rallies and online, all proceeds going to VETS.

            If he took that tack, first of all the artists would get brownie points for supporting vets, and have the out of saying that is why they did it if they wanted to.

            Trump could even put a wonderful speech in the beginning saying that these artists aren’t endorsing his campaign–they are banding together to give America the pleasure of hearing some of our finest music, and give American’s veteran’s the attention and honor they deserve.

            Picture the press conference, Trump surrounded by rock, country, latino, hip hop musicians:

            “This is just YUUUGE. I love these people..they’re such wonderful performers, and when I called them, they were so willing to drop everything and fly to NYC. For the Vets, and for AMERICA.

            They didn’t do this to support me, they did it to say Thank you–to our soldiers serving, and our vets…”

            Trump would get YUUUUGE publicity, and the GOPers would be fuming.

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          • thomas_truthteller says:

            As stated in a prior post, I’m sure there is bulk ASCAP and BMI ( I think BMI is the other one) licensing – when you buy the license, you have access to the entire catalog for however long the license is for…..and no, they don’t contact each of all of the millions of artists they represent, individually


    • RP says:

      Forgive me for those a little more sensitive to Metal….but every time I see Trump kick over a rock and show us all the little grubs, maggots, insects and bugs scurrying for cover this song runs through my mind. A little more adrenaline inducing than anything Adele can provide…

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      • Kent says:


        Watch the ‘bammy ‘ministration try to look viable going into the election…(an impossible task)….

        ValJar front and center……..

        The chickens HAVE come home to roost…

        TRUMP 2016….


    • I am not buying any more of her music- I am done- I despise it when an artist says this to anyone- they look like total A$$es

      Liked by 5 people

    • ezpz says:

      They all do that. It’s nothing new.
      Since Trump has been using her song for so long, I figured he had gotten permission.
      No biggie.


    • screwauger says:

      Trump responded earlier with the fact he bought the rights and he will play the song.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Spencer's Mom says:

      I wouldn’t get too upset about that – first of all, Adele is English not American and probably doesn’t know much about ANY of the candidates – but secondly most recording artists don’t want to pi$$ off anyone on the RIGHT on the LEFT or in the MIDDLE – so I easily could see why she’d say something like “I don’t want him to use my music” – even if she knew ahead of time that he would use it because she and her management signed a deal allowing Trump to purchase the rights to use her music during her campaign.

      It just gives her “cover” later on with her fans, many of whom are likely left wing college students.

      Meanwhile, she makes money and Trump gets to use her music (because she’s let him pay for it behind the scenes) and The Millenials and GEN-Xers don’t know any different and keep buying her music. So don’t get too upset– “it’s just business…”


    • JeremyR says:

      Once I listen to the word of her song, I quit liking it. Sounds too much like my exwife. “you will regret leaving me for the rest of your life.” Uuh, lady, I moved on. Good Bye to you.


    • Cosmo Topper says:

      Trump’s latest misogynistic comment . . .He thinks Adele, while moderately talented, is in female terms “ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwgggggggggggggggeee” . . .


    • PatriotUSA says:

      Adele???? Who is dat? Like an Airedale but much worse me thinks. No insult at all to dogs intended as dogs rule! Who………


    • Thegoldman says:

      Why did cruze win ? ? ?

      And why did TRUMP come in 2nd…

      The Carson camp claimed Cruz’s team spread false rumors at caucus sites that Carson had dropped out.

      Ben Carson was incensed as the results of Monday night’s Iowa caucuses rolled in, accusing the winner of spreading falsehoods about him at caucus sites.

      Carson’s team claimed that Cruz’s campaign deliberately sent emails to supporters to spread false rumors at caucus sites that Carson had dropped out, so his supporters would caucus for other candidates.

      “That is really quite a dirty trick,” Carson said speaking to reporters at the end of the evening. “That’s the very kind of thing that irritated me enough to get into this quagmire.”

      “To have campaigns come out and send emails to their caucus speakers suggesting that Dr. Carson was doing anything but moving forward after tonight is the lowest of low in American politics,” said Carson campaign manager Ed Brookover.

      ** Rep. Steve King (R-IA) who was campaigning with Ted Cruz today tweeted this out during the caucuses tonight.


  2. notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

    Excellent article Sundance.

    Sundance is on fire today!

    Thank you for all your hard work and dedication.

    Liked by 11 people

  3. SueAnn Brockwell says:

    I am really tired of being asked if I am a Christian, because if I am not, then I cannot be conservative. Do people realize there are “conservative”Jews, who normally vote Democratic, crossing over to vote for Trump? I do not wear my religion on my sleeve…nor do many believers. One’s religious preference is their own business. No one else’s. To me, regardless of which religion one follows, or how many times they do or do not attend a place of worship, doe not disqualify them from being conservative. Living the golden rule everyday, and uplifting and supporting this GREAT COUNTRY to grandure once again is a conservative principal.

    Liked by 16 people

    • bullnuke says:

      I’ve always hated the litmus test of evangelical. I agree. Religion is personal, it’s between me and my maker. I answer to him, no other.

      Liked by 9 people

      • joebal says:

        “Religion is personal, it’s between me and my maker. I answer to him, no other.”

        great response bullnuke, I agree, we don’t want “sharia law” or anyone who supports it in govt so lets be fair and apply across the board, separation of church and state IS A GOOD THING, and this idea we need “more god government” to somehow fix it, is another right wing notion that simply avoids understanding of the actual problems.


        • Clc says:

          if you live in the south, the political correct forces are writing the confederacy out of everything. they are taking down statues, renaming schools and streets. pretty soon we will have a white washed history book of political correctness. they are doing the same with God and Christianity and Christian values. they are destroying the man/wife family unit with gay marriage. Godliness is most important.

          Liked by 1 person

      • JeremyR says:

        You can’t be a GOD fearing evangelical and vote for a pro infantacide candidate, but just because you are not an evangelical does not mean that other liberal planks can’t be equally odorous. Might be a better way to state my feelings. Liberals just don’t get it.
        In 2000 several individuals I knew who were homosexual gun owners were supporting Bush. They said that the problems they had with anti gay conservatives were not nearly as bad as the problems they had with anti gun pro gay liberals.


    • Bluto says:

      Sue, are you a Christian?

      🙂 Sorry…couldn’t resist!

      I understand. Both my wife & I were raised Catholic, so consequently we became agnostic. Boggles people’s minds that we can still be “Conservative” (even though that word has effectively lost it’s meaning today) and not attend Church.

      I will say one thing though, seeing Trump appear like he has is starting to really look like Divine Intervention. I’ve actually started to revise & renew my faith in God.

      Liked by 16 people

      • Regina says:

        ain’t That the truth, Bluto – topped off with Cruz’ bus with the tow truck 🙂

        Liked by 2 people

      • dakotacav says:

        I noted with interest your use of “consequently.” 🙂
        I, too have been believing for some time that Divine Providence has had a hand in Trump’s decision to run, and his actions, statements, and demeanor throughout the campaign to date,

        I was raised and remain a practicing Catholic, so I don’t really understand the Evangelical voter that well, but I believe that they are also convinced that God may well be using Trump as his instrument in these times.

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        • georgiafl says:

          Ted Cruz is NOT a classic evangelical.

          Cruz and his father are part of the Charismatic/Pentecostal/Dominionist/Preacher-following/Mega-church strain of Christianity. Most of them are non-denominational.
          Cruz attends a Baptist Church, but his theology seems a lot more like his Father’s church than the Baptists.

          Cruz’s wife was reared in the Seventh Day Adventist Church like Ben Carson, which is an outlier group that doesn’t eat meat and worships on Saturday.

          Classic Evangelicals are: Baptist, Christian Congregational, Presbyterian, Methodist, Nazarene, 4 Square, and a few more – although some evangelical groups have become very liberal and apostate and many of their leaders are nearly unbelievers (in Christ, the Resurrection, New Birth).

          The Evangelical world has changed a lot since the 1970s with large groups splitting from the original groups after the God is Dead, Women Preachers, LBGTXYZ onslaughts of political activists. The most recent group to split were the Episcopal Church in 2003-4 due to Obama’s pal, the ‘gay’ Bishop Gene Robinson who has since married a male, divorced, retired and admitted to being an alcoholic.

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      • Deb says:

        We could use you in the fight against Marxism inside the Church, if you ever decide to come back home :).

        Liked by 1 person

    • KBR says:

      Don’t feel lonesome, Sue.

      The idea that the only God-believing people supporting Donald Trump or true values of conserving and preserving our nation’s founding values are “evangelicals” is simply the media way of lessening our numbers.

      Even among the Christians who are supporting Trump, most are not “evangelicals.”

      Liked by 5 people

    • Sanj says:

      I’m Hindu and conservative. I don’t see the conflict but than I think independently.

      Liked by 7 people

    • Eskie Mom says:

      So very well said, SueAnn. It bears repeating One’s religious preference is between them and their maker and is AFFIRMED by the Constitution of the United States.

      Those who would usurp our founding fathers’ wisdom, our God-Given free will are the wicked.
      They do not serve Him but themselves. They would take His place as the arbiters and our judges.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Doug says:

      Im Agnostic and support trump and as many other posters on here have said, just because someone is religious or not has nothing to do with their support of a candidate.

      Liked by 6 people

    • chrystalia99 says:

      And as a conservative/observant Jew (not orthodox)–I have met exactly ONE conservative Jew who votes democrat. Every conservative, observant, and orthodox Jew I know here in Tucson is stumping for Trump, and they’re all solid Rs.

      It’s the dang liberal and secular Jews that vote D, and the messianic Jews. In our religion, “conservative” isn’t a political descriptor.

      One of the things I like about CTH, and one reason I stopped lurking and subscribed, is because it’s one of the few conservative sites that doesn’t have hundreds of comments badmouthing ALL Jews because the liberal/reform/secular ones are mostly Ds.

      Nor does it have more than 1 or 2 rare comments about ZOG, or insinuations about “zionists”, etc.

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  4. KitKat says:

    Trump is on Michael Savage right now.

    Liked by 2 people

  5. dizzymissl says:

    Wow–There’s been a big surge in Iowa GOP registrations–bigger than what there was for 2008 Obama

    Liked by 2 people

    • jackphatz says:

      A lot has been said about the Iowa Caucus for weeks now ( same as NH). Perhaps this has incentivized people to vote. far too many people will not vote think they know nothing or just don’t understand the process. I have never until this year given the Iowa Caucus and thought but this year I did. I live in Ohio so can you imagine how much more has been said in Iowa? If it wasn’t for Trump we wouldn’t be talking about the Caucus tonight.

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  6. Athena the Warrior says:

    Trump is on Hannity is this one recorded? At least Sean gave him the time to refute Liar Cruz and his ad about Obamacare.

    Liked by 1 person

  7. bullnuke says:

    Spot on. The Donald doesn’t do bondo.


  8. IMO says:

    Time for all the millionaire talking heads to hang up their microphones and retire.

    Liked by 4 people

  9. KBR says:

    Great message Sundance.
    Guess Rush has a new first name=Rust.

    Liked by 8 people

  10. Sam says:

    Exactly! I just read a hit piece on Trump in TWS. They’ve got their undies in a bunch over Donald. The GOPe is as corrupt as the Dems, so I’ll vote for the one candidate beholden to none of them – Donald Trump.

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  11. I don’t know exactly what Trump is or will be if he wins the Big Chair; however, I know EXACTLY what the GOP has been for the last 10 years and it needs to be crushed, so I’m not anxious about a Trump presidency.

    Liked by 3 people

    • stringy theory says:

      I’m ready for trump to throw that lighter into the trench and let the fireworks begin.

      Liked by 5 people

    • JeremyR says:

      I don’t know what you think they have been for the last ten years, But I’m here to tell you it is no different than what they were the previous sixteen, and the sixteen before that.
      The People slipped a Reagan in on them in 1980, but they were liars and greedy rats back then as well.

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  12. triper57 says:

    As with most arguments of the Progressive/ Marxist bent you have to define your terms before you start the discussion.

    The first term under discussion is Conservative. Just what are we talking about? The Far Left, the Marxists will tell you it is the uneducated and highly religious that can’t think for themselves. Those that the Marxists are assembled to lead.

    Those just a few degrees to their right will tell you that conservatives are them. And ill tell you this every election and then proceed to enable the Marxists in their endeavors. And that anyone to their right are degenerate, gun toting, bible thumping zealots. The Trump Vulgarians.

    There are other terms we need to discuss like the NWO. Just who are they? Not sure if I am right but i think they are the Marxists that have changed their name again to disguise the fact that they are after the world instead of one country at a time. And the turmoil you have seen in the last year is the beginning of the New Bolshevik Revolution.

    For the this kind of revolution, they need a large class of humanity that, truly hates all other humanity. Enter the Muslims. A group of people that not only hates all other humanity but has not progressed past the barbarity of their 6th century beginnings. These are the New Bolsheviks. Those being imported into our societies to start the downfall of our civilization. The Revolution has started.

    Now to discuss the truncation of this revolution. I hope that Trump can see these problems and assemble a plan to stop it.

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  13. zephyrbreeze says:

    Love Donald’s work ethic.

    “Get going. Move forward. Aim High. Plan a takeoff. Don’t just sit on the runway and hope someone will come along and push the airplane. It simply won’t happen. Change your attitude and gain some altitude. Believe me, you’ll love it up here.”
    ― Donald J. Trump

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    • zephyrbreeze says:

      “Remember There’s No Such Thing As An Unrealistic Goal – Just Unrealistic Time Frames”
      ― Donald J. Trump

      Liked by 7 people

    • JeremyR says:

      Several weeks ago the pseudo conservatives and the liberal media were telling us that Trump would not win because he likes to sleep in his own bed. Trump was jetting to various events, then back to New York to sleep, get up and conduct business, then off to the scheduled campaign stops.
      I wish the other “conservative ” Candidates had that kind of ethic.
      We have a bunch of senators on the campaign trail. Cruz, Rubio, Paul, Graham, as well as Governor Christie. Are they minding the store? Are they doing the jobs they were elected to do and are being PAID to do? Are any of them on a leave of absence?
      The counter to that is that even when they are in Washington, they are not representing the will of the people, but rather interests in Washington who turn them into Millionaires when they retire or are sent packing.

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      • Totally Domestic says:

        It really speaks volumes to me that Mr. Trump wants to be home in his own bed.
        He is a family man to the core. His son needs him and so does his wife.
        I was so impressed to hear that they did not have a nanny. They are hands on
        parents. They are like the American people.

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  15. zephyrbreeze says:

    Trump’s work ethic:

    “MY STYLE of deal-making is quite simple and straightforward. I aim very high, and then I just keep pushing and pushing and pushing to get what I’m after.”
    ― Donald J. Trump, Trump: The Art of the Deal

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  17. zephyrbreeze says:

    “A pro looks at the people, because they know business is about people.”
    ― Donald J. Trump, Midas Touch

    This is why Trump is connecting. The GOPe/RNC considers us encumbrances.

    Liked by 5 people

    • KBR says:

      That’s okay, Zephyrbreeze, WE think of THEM, a relatively small number of GOPe, as encumbrances. That’s what is scaring them now.
      Because WE are YUGE!

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    • Howie says:

      I have watched all the news for two hours. I have every thing under the sun about issues. Except….not one single word about the main two. Bad trade deals, not a peep. Illegal immigration, not a peep. Not even a squeak. Total crickets. Off with their heads.

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  18. Leigh Anne Bjerregaard says:

    I have listened to Rush for years. He used to tow the establishment Republican line alot. He was pro-Nafta or would not take a position , if memory serves, etc. The last 10 years or so, I thought he was learning. He seemed to begin to be more open to learning other things, and began to not tow the line, and also berated the Republicans regarding comprehensive immigration and obamacare, etc. for the last few years. He has been giving fair airing to all candidates , but the last 2 days that has changed, as there must be a talking point going around about Trump and his past views on healthcare as I am hearing it, seeing it ,and now Rush, etc. Gushing over Ted, and critiquing more Trump. I am apalled on such a crucial day. Someone got to him and seeing who has the power and the money, I guess I should not be surprised, just disheartened.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Rush has been gushing over Cruz and attacking Trump a lot longer than the last two days, Leigh Anne.

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    • DrArtaud says:

      I haven’t listened to him in weeks. Usually, I’d catch the last hour, and I’d be peeved if I got out a little late and missed the show. Now the sounds of the tires on the pavement and slight clicking of my valves are infinitely more pleasurable than Rush’s voice. I won’t be returning either. I’ll fix or replace my CD player and listen to music that calms me. Rush, and sites I used to comment on, I’m through. Conservatives and liberals have united against Trump, clearly we aren’t really in control of this country.

      John Carpenter’s movie “They Live” alludes to what’s going on, not extraterrestrials mind you, but someone pulling the strings. I wish we had the sunglasses used in the movie to identify the enemy. “I’ve come to chew bubble gum and kick butt, and I’m all out of bubble gum”, a memorable line from the movie. Let’s kick butt at the polls while we still have a chance, we have seen the whites of their eyes.

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    • LoreneTN says:

      Today was the last straw for me. I sent this message to Rush e-mail:


      Behind you on the ditto cam, could you kindly post a “Cruz campaign headquarters” sign. It would be nice if you can at least be honest. On the sign, a good sub-title would be, “will do anything to stop Trump.”


      former listener”

      Of course, he will never see this message, but I felt better. Closure is a good thing.

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      • We are also former Dittoheads. We haven’t listened to Rush for over 10 days. Will not renew our 24/7. Will not buy his latest kid book. I have a feeling his ratings are down but Rush does not want to share this with us. We were daily listeners for 20 years, no more.


  19. zephyrbreeze says:

    “…a pre-revolutionary moment and we’ve passed into something bigger.”

    Pat Cadell says that none of the major themes that people care about were hammered without Trump at the debate.

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  20. WeThePeople2016 says:

    I am glad that you pointed this out, SD. I have not listened to Rush for several weeks now because I am so tired of the Trump bashing and the Cruz propping by him. If he is not overtly bashing Trump, he does it very sneakily by deliberately leaving out information about Trump or his stance on something. This leaves the listener to surmise what Rush is trying to imply which is usually against Trump. From what I am reading here, it sounds like he did it again today on Trump’s stance on Obamacare. Trump has stated from the beginning that OCare absolutely must be repealed and replaced, end of story. Rush knows that, but he is going along with the Cruz meme that Trump is for OCare, which is an absolute lie.

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    • cmscarpa says:

      Jealousy — period. Trump has done more to galvanize, energize and give folks real hope that all is not lost in his short time than Limbaugh has done in 25+ years. Trump is leading the charge to actually take back our country — Limbaugh revels in the sound of his own voice and allows an occasional caller to kiss his ring and do a little fruitless complaining.

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  21. Boudica says:

    I weep:(

    Liked by 2 people

  22. Sundance, etal

    Do a review on which companies have the most add time on these shows.

    Take a look at who these companies officers and board of directors donate political money.

    You will find the tell therein.

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  23. Backspin says:

    The media combine is the enemy.
    Do not expect the enemy to tell you how impossibly STRONG you are.

    ” Crush your enemy, see them driven before you,hearing the lamentation of their women “Conan.

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  24. Ace of Spades HQ is definitely in the tank for the control system too.

    I’ve thought for years actually that its “job” is to demoralise “conservatives” and dissidents in general and make them feel hopeless and powerless.

    Liked by 3 people

    • danield49 says:

      I agree. Stopped visiting that site last week. Won’t return. They like to pose as anti-establishment. Phonies.


      • Definitely phonies. Some people don’t like my “conspiracy theorist” ie truth research posts on my own blog but I have posted for many years now about the 25 Rules of Disinformation, Controlled Opposition and how devious the control system has to be to maintain mind control over as many people as possible.

        Ace of Spades is classical agent provocateur stuff – talking a good fight but never actually taking the fight anywhere.

        And when a genuine insurgency breaks out as now with Trump – look at them scurry to suppress news, pick another establishment tool to support and generally delay, deny and distract.

        Classical controlled op.

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        • georgiafl says:

          Sounds like Whittle too, and most of the talkers.

          Liked by 2 people

          • Long term information control and CIA / NSA style agenturs remain in place barking through megaphones – figuratively or literally – and in some cases even having public arguments with various figures – Olbermann vs W Bush for example… Or indeed Oswald fighting the anti-Castro Cubans… which gives them some veneer of credibility.

            But scratch the surface and there is NO credibility, NO genuine opposition and NO genuine activity against the #kakistocracy and its one party state activities.

            So many people recently have switched on to the fact that “conservative” politicians have never opposed the actions of their political “enemies” and have in fact enabled the slow turn of the screw against liberty and justice.

            The example I use is all the shrieking about Nixon and his criminal behaviour – whilst no similar shrieking occurs against the murderous LBJ.

            Or a recent example – W Bush is demonized – whilst Clinton Crime Family and “Obama” crime activities are not.

            This isn’t an example of “left wing media bias”, it’s an example of a Hegelian system where the Bushes and Clintons are close friends and all of them play for the same team.

            It isn’t the way many imagine it to be, but the reaction against Trump as an outsider candidate from both “sides” prove the truth of it.

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  25. If y’all haven’t seen it, checkout the latest intellectual frog legs:

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  26. flawesttexas says:

    Wow…this is brilliant, Sundance. Absolutely 100% correct too

    These GOP Statists (they are truly statists) in Talk Radio have been so exposed. They do not support American Values nor real Conservatism. They are all Open Borders Leftists (with the exception Michael Savage and a few others)


  27. feralcatsblog says:

    If we could somehow listen into the future, we could get a good idea of what’s going to happen by how much Beck is crying and Levin is howling.

    Liked by 2 people

  28. Rush has said many times that Trump is doing exactly what the republicans have always stated is their goal, to attract people that have never and would never support them. He’s also the one who is always saying “they” will always tell you who they fear through their criticism and opposition. I’m still trying to figure out why Rush fears Trump! Hoping for a large turnout for Trump tonight!

    Liked by 3 people

    • Doug says:

      Good Point! What does Rush fear Trump about? Lack of access ? Being called out about something Trump knows? Sure explains a lot if that’s the case. I don’t listen to talk radio anyways so I have no idea whats really going on.


      • dakotacav says:

        I think it all boils down to revenue. I think he fears that if Trump is president, all of his raging against the machine will no longer be important. Nobody will care anymore about what Rush thinks on a given subject. Rush knows this, and I think he fears that his retirement is just around the corner with a Trump presidency.

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    • screwauger says:

      Rush fears the same things the GOPe does, loss of place at the feeding trough of public and other monies. In SD’s words he fears not being invited to the “crust-less cucumber sandwich” gatherings where the elites discuss the bitter clingers.

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  29. Boudica says:

    I couldn’t believe it was as bad as is being said here. I had to go find out for myself:((( I wish I had not:((((((((((((((((

    Liked by 2 people

  30. Finch19 says:

    Did you guys see Ann Coulter’s tweets saying to the effect of even-Reagan-lost-Iowa? (I’d post the tweet, but I don’t know how). Think she knows something we don’t?

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  31. Sad, Mark Levin is off the rails and it seems he does not know himself.

    To bad, I never thought he would fly into the sun and melt.

    Liked by 1 person

    • jackphatz says:

      Yeah, I don’t get this one. I understand the family ties and not wanting anyone to be named but he of all people (Rush too) could have handled the Trump vs Cruz match up much move civilized. My only conclusion to all this is they all are so ticked Trump is still seriously in the lead everywhere and now none of them will have the ability to join his side, they are all stuck being the losers. Obama and his media has trained us well, trust no one!


  32. SueAnn Brockwell says:

    All I know is y’all gotta buy stock in Pepto Bismol ’cause tomorrow there are going to be a lot of GOPe people, not to mention media, sick to their stomachs when they see the Trump and Sanders landslide in Iowa. And maybe the Cruz bus is out of fuel ($$$$) and the tow truck will tow it to NH…he’ll have to hitch a ride with DJT Just sayin’.

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  33. Paco Loco says:

    Do yourself a favor…turn him off!


  34. SueAnn Brockwell says:

    CSPAN2 is covering all live…no commercials or interruptions.


  35. pdxlady says:

    Talk about “The Masks Removed …”

    Paul McGuire has an article out today (2.1.16) exposing this same thing: “THE GLOBALISTS AND THE LEFT/RIGHT PARADIGM”

    An excerpt:
    “What should be apparent by now to any person with a minimum amount of perception is that in addition to the globalist controlled GOP establishment and the globalist controlled major media outlets, there exists a wide spectrum of “conservative media stars” who are not what they appear to be, anymore than William F. Buckley was what he appeared to be. That may be difficult for some people to accept because they have a deep emotional bond with these conservative media stars, but there is always a danger when you surrender your intellect, perception, and reason to powerful emotions.”

    He is on the Hagmann and Hagmann show now (4-7pm EST) talking about this and about Ted Cruz and his globalist sources who are financing his campaign,and including the “conservative media stars.”

    You can listen at Global Star Radio:

    He is talking now about the ‘disinformation machine’ regarding how Christians and conservatives are naively hanging on every word of these “conservative media stars” i.e., Levin, Limbaugh, Beck, etc.

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  36. Colorado Conservative says:

    Sundance, I have not had time to look through close to 500 comments so if someone already posted this you have my apologies. I am a daily Rush listener and disagree with you about him not supporting Trump. His monologues and show dialog have been more like Michael Savage, although he has not directly come out for Trump like Savage has. He has pretty much given zero airtime to Jeb, Rubio, and the other establishment hacks in the race. He did fully support Trump not going to the last debate. I would ask that you reconsider lumping Rush in with Mark Levin, who sadly has gone off the deep end for Cruz along with Glenn Beck.


    • AdukeLAXobserver says:

      I was trying to give him the benefit of the doubt. But today, the day of the caucus, whole first hour was negative on Trump. How bad Trumps negatives are. And guess what? No mention of Cruz’s letters. Listened to bits and parts of the rest. Like always he carefully picked screened callers to advance his agenda. As highly trained radio listener I know what the highly trained broadcast specialist was trying to do. It didn’t work on me and it angered me he played the game he was playing. If he would have not played his little games and just came out for Cruz I would have respected that.

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    • chili palmer says:

      You must be a new Rush Limbaugh listener. I’ve been a regular since 1989. When it matters most, he always supports the Establishment. Aside from that, he loves Karl Rove. You can’t love Karl Rove and also love the country. How do you think Limbaugh has kept his radio show all these years? The GOP E could end his career in one day and he knows it.

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  37. Totally Domestic says:

    Well, I did as I promised, I tuned into Mark Levin. Just in time to hear him get a call from Ted Crews. He let him give a campaign speech about what he would do as president. No mention of
    building a wall, not one word.

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  38. skifflegirl says:

    Cracks me up. GOP Iowa Caucus sites have lines down the street, haven’t even closed their doors, already run out of voter registrations and ballots and FOX insists it’s going to be ‘close.’ Cavuto just announced first precinct reports that Trump is ahead by 2%, yet Iowa State Results show Trump ahead by over 4%! As our man Trump says, “so dishonest.”


  39. Lopeover says:

    Excellent article! Trump came in second, only 4% behind Cruz. Not a bad showing. Ultimately, I think Cruz is too righteous for most Americans. There were really too many low hanging fruit candidates, that should not have been allowed to stay in the race. I also think that Democrats voted for Rubio. Just like they did for Cochran in Mississippi.


  40. Tenrten says:

    Thanks Sundance not sure when this was posted but it basically answered my question, you got Go with Trump. if for no other reason than to blow it up and start over again!
    And even if all he does is build a wall that will be OK with me 👍🇺🇸


  41. tammy says:

    After Trumpslose last night, I’m starting to believe in the whole politics is rigged anyway conspiracy! WTF! Pray Trump wins and helps save our America!


  42. jldnagg says:

    Rubio, and Cruz should be disqualified after the lies, and stolen votes in the Iowa caucus. Microsoft should pay for a revoke on paper. No more Microsoft steeling with our votes.
    We love our Trump!
    Let’s Make America Great Again!
    Go Trump Go!
    100% #DonaldTrump 2016! No other will do.
    President Donald J. Trump.


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