Paul Ryan Gets A Primary Challenge from Businessman Paul Nehlen…

…and with it, our full support !

I doubt there is a more succinct example of what is wrong within the entire corrupted body politic than to see Mr. No-Budget/Omnibus House Speaker Paul Ryan give a speech at CPAC and attendees giving him a standing ovation.  If that represents “modern conservatism” the entire definition is askew, I don’t want such an affiliation.

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If taking our nation from $6 trillion in deficit/debt (2007) to $22 trillion (2016) is representative of “modern conservatism”, STOP THE BUS – I want off.

We are being eaten alive from the inside-out and somehow we must get our fiscal house back in order.  Despite having a republican House of Representatives, and despite having a republican Senate, the last federal budget was passed and signed in 2007.  This is insanity.

So when businessman Paul Nehlen stands up and says: “enough”, we will proudly stand next to him and do anything to see him succeed.

Via Washington Times – […]  “Paul Ryan’s embrace of big government spending, his continued support of illegal immigration and imported workers, and his championing of the job-killing trade deal known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership betrays me, this district, and this nation,” he said.

“He’s failed to put America’s security and American jobs first. I’ve had it. We’ve all had it,” said Mr. Nehlen, a successful executive, entrepreneur and inventor who previously donated to Mr. Ryan’s campaigns.

“Ted Cruz and Donald Trump have become front-runners in this presidential election cycle because they have dared to communicate an anti-establishment message. They won’t be alone,” he said. “I will bring the fight straight to one of the most powerful establishment players in Washington, taking him on right here in Wisconsin’s 1st District. Paul Ryan is a career politician. It’s time that career came to an end.”  (read more)

Paul Nehlen

We have recently sent an email to Mr. Nehlen requesting the information for how we can raise money to support him.  His Facebook Page is HERE, please follow.  He also is putting a campaign website together HERE, please bookmark.

In the coming weeks and months we will do everything possible to help Paul Nehlen succeed in his campaign.  If I had $3 for lunch I’d send him $2.11 and buy myself an .89 cent can of spaghetti-o’s, because yes – it’s that serious.

Sending a primary message to the elites in Washington DC who think they can rule over us by fiat and decree is needed now more than ever.

TARP, Wall Street Bailouts, ARRA, Stimulus, Shovel-Ready Jobs, QE1,  QE2, Omnibus1, Porkulus, The phony Sequester Cuts, Omnibus2, elimination of debt ceiling, No FED Audit, etc.  These are grand financial usurpations which not only undermine the solvency of the U.S.A (and lead to an erosion of our nation), but can also be directly traced to the insufferable economic position and low wages we are currently bogged down in.

Speaker Paul Ryan wants to deepen this national demise through the Trans-Pacific Trade Deal and more crony-capitalism yet few are grasping the consequences of these policies which benefit Wall Street and leave Main Street U.S.A. in the rusted dust of hollowed out industry.

obama_delivers budget_The last federal budget was signed into law on September 23rd 2007 by George W Bush, that was for fiscal year 2008.

There has been NO BUDGET ever since.

Democrats controlled the process in ’08, ’09 for fiscal years 2009, 2010. The Republicans controlled the process in ’10, ’11, ’12, ’13, ’14, ’15, for fiscal years 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016.

Neither party passed a budget.

The UniParty was go-along-get-along through continuing resolutions, raising of the debt ceiling, Stimulus I, Stimulus II, QE1, QE2, Omnibus 1 (’08), Porkulous (Dec ’09), Omnibus II (’11), and Omnibus III (Dec ’15), leading to the eventual removal of the entire debt ceiling by Paul Ryan in December 2015.

Are you aware our Republican house and Senate no longer keep track of the national debt? If not, why not? Getting caught up on definitions of “torture” maybe. Or was it the confederate flag that made you stop paying attention.

President Obama is the first president in U.S. history to go through his entire presidency (two terms) without a federal budget on entry, or a federal budget on exit. Obama has NEVER had a single day in office with a federal budget.

Yet conservative stood up at CPAC and gave Speaker of the House Paul Ryan a standing ovation. THINK ABOUT THAT !

That’s “Battered Conservative Syndrome”.

They want you, me, us, focused on ridiculous smaller -albeit important- but far less significant issues, like defunding planned parenthood, etc. Meanwhile, those same leaders passed a $2+ Trillion Omnibus, and wiped out the federal debt ceiling.

Those same congressional leaders voted to approve a $1 trillion spending bill (American Recovery and Reinvestment Act), or “Stimulus”, which has been spent seven consecutive times, in seven consecutive fiscal years, because of the absence of a budget, and the baseline budgetary approach to spending.

paul ryan mitt romney - selfie tweetStimulus spending ’09 (the non-shovel ready jobs) led to QE1, the Fed printing the money and pumping it into the economy while buying back the debt. Stimulus II was actually the December 2009 (post mid-term “shellacking”) Porkulous spending bills supported by exiting blue-dogs before the incoming Tea Party insurgents took office (Jan ’10).

Porkulous took us to QE2, again the fed printing money and pumping it into the projects which were approved in December 2009 by the outgoing congress, including examples like Delaware’s Mike Castle (Karl Rove campaign Mgr), who lost his republican seat – but voted to approve the $1.2 trillion spending measure as the final middle finger salute.

We are fighting the UniParty.

Fiscal years begin on October 1st of every year. In fiscal year 2011 (began Oct ’10) the $1 trillion stimulus was spent again (3rd time) and added to the debt. Ask yourself what they heck was it spent on this time?

Keep asking. What did they spend it on the fourth time? The fifth… the sixth?

What you’ll discover is that Obamacare, yes ObamaCare, is being carried with these funds so the “battered conservatives” don’t actually identify the economic impact of said ObamaCare. Yes, that means, in essence, that hundreds of billions, maybe trillions, were delivered directly to insurance companies via programs like the risk corridor guarantees, etc.

Nice trick eh?

Of course you would find out if they had to use a normal budgetary process. But they don’t. So you didn’t. See how that works?

Do you like your plan? Do you like your doctor? Do you like your premiums? Do you like your deductibles? Do you like your job?

Oh wait, lets argue about Abortion, Transgender issues, Waterboarding, Trump University, The ‘Tone’ of a campaign, GrabGate,….. shiny things. Shiny things.

When Donald Trump stands up at the post election night presser and says about Paul Ryan:

“I’m going to get along great with Congress, Okay? Paul Ryan, I don’t know him well, but I’m sure I’m going to get along great with him, and if I don’t– he’s gonna have to pay a big price.(link)

I say “Yahoooo, damn skippy” – Have Tar, Need Feathers !

Then again, I don’t suffer fools – and I’m damn sure not going to allow myself to become a victim of Battered Conservative Syndrome.

Of course the same CPAC attendees who just stood and cheered for the usurpation are going to try and convince the BCS audience that mean-old-dictator Trump is being all harsh or something. Bad Trump, bad Trump.


That’s good Trump, good Trump. Waterboard Ryan, remind him exactly who he works for, and what his job is supposed to be. Then when you’re done with him, invite Pelosi to the cellar too, allow her to participate in the sensation of futile leverage for a while. I’ll hold her pearls.

Too many people are getting caught up in the UniParty messaging and accompanying media narrative. Too many people are being victimized and cannot even see it. Too many people are being co-dependents to their own abusers.

Too few people are using the word:  “SO?”

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Yeah, you’re darn skippy we’re going to support Mr. Paul Nehlen…

Hopefully you feel the same !

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242 Responses to Paul Ryan Gets A Primary Challenge from Businessman Paul Nehlen…

  1. itswoot says:

    Expect the Paul Ryan campaign to start handing out trinkets to help tamp down a rebellion by voters.

    Liked by 10 people

    • Americafirst16 says:

      Anything we can do to keep Uni-party Ryan from being Speaker again. Anyone who wins his seat will have to little seniority in the house to be elected Speaker. And if this primary challenge doesn’t work, vote for the Democrat. One seat is of little consequence for control of the House and Ryan will be gone. New start ! Thank you, Mr .Nehlen for running. Best wishes on an amazing victory. I will be sending my campaign contribution to you and I am from Missouri……

      Liked by 19 people

      • joebal says:

        voting uni-party is still voting uni-party, remember when you hear these conservative pundits blame all the “bad government” on the Dems, ask yourself “are they right or are they just saying something they know will instill more rage in you?”

        If there is no tea party candidate consider voting for a Libertarian instead. The only reason the GOpes get away with this is because the Limbos, Levins and erkylesons in redstate media convince you there is no other choice.

        Liked by 3 people

        • Mr. Lucky says:

          ” Vote for a Tea Party candidate”.

          You are joking right? You don’t really believe that do you? How did that work out for you in the last election cycle? Yes those wonderful Tea party candidates turned out well when they were elected didn’t it? Ted Cruz …..being the best example I can think of at the moment. A Bush Stooge hand picked to become A Senator so that he could run for President in this cycle and split the so called “conservative vote” and assure Yeb the nomination.

          Many years ago, a client of mine who was in a position to know such things said to me, in a moment of candor: “If voting really mattered, they would not let you have it.”


          • Father Thyme says:

            Wisconsin has a Senator named Ron Johnson who was elected in 2010 with Tea Party support after a successful business career. No ties to the Bushes that I’m aware of either. There’s really no reason to malign the whole Tea-Party movement just because you don’t like Ted Cruz.


      • WSB says:

        First, before I give Mr. Nehlen ANY contributions, please invite him to contribute some of his thoughts to the Treehouse, AND…let’s please set him straight on Cruz sharing that same stupid line,

        “Ted Cruz and Donald Trump have become front-runners in this presidential election cycle because they have dared to communicate an anti-establishment message.”

        I will not fall for it this time.

        Nuf said.

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        • FriendlyKoala says:

          I think he knows it’s a lie, but he has to say it anyway to get votes from brain-dead Cruzers. But it doesn’t matter, he could be a communist and he would still be better than continuing to have Paul Ryan as speaker. If he said “Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump”, I would still support him. The point is to metaphorically slap the establishment in the face. You should give him donations.


          • WSB says:

            That may be, but the last time Tea Party ‘candidates’ were installed, it was a disaster, so to me, a little reasearch is not uncalled for. Yes, I agree, Ryan must be take out and considering his position, it is paramount. I also think a motion to vacate the chair is in order.


      • greg789blog says:

        He has my contribution and I am from Arizona. Like you, I think Ryan is so dangerous as the Speaker that a low seniority Democrat is preferable.


  2. NJF says:

    Thank goodness!

    Liked by 2 people

  3. Crassus says:

    But just who the hell is Paul Nehlen? Better check him out thoroughly. The cure could end up being as bad as the disease.

    Liked by 2 people

    • sDee says:

      On the surface he looks to be limited government and pointing out the rotten parts.

      But at this point, ousting Ryan removes him as Speaker. Who then fills his House seat is not as important as who then is made Speaker.

      Knocking him out as Speaker is a win.

      Liked by 14 people

    • tellthetruth2016 says:

      Who cares!!!!!! If he has the money to go against Paulie and Brave enough to step in to the arena of this corrupt sesspool. … I say GO for it, knock Little Paulie on his ass…… I’ll support him……..

      Liked by 10 people

    • Sandra says:

      Honestly, at this point I think anyone would be better than Ryan. Even someone who slept through all of the sessions and never woke up to vote. 🙂

      Liked by 5 people

    • Americafirst16 says:

      Doesn’t really matter he will have no seniority for being the next Speaker. The Democrat would be better if Ryan gets the nomination. The Uni-party must be shone the people will not tolerate their duplicity and evil schemes. He has got to go ! Justl like Cantor! The message must be clear and we must start a new, even if it means some time in the future a new party has to created out of ashes of the GOPe globalists.

      Liked by 4 people

    • benY says:

      Nothing could be worse than Ryan. He must go even if it is just to send a message.

      Liked by 3 people

    • New Vulgarian says:

      Ousting Eric Cantor stopped the Gang of 8 Immigration Bill. Dave Bratt has turned out to be wonderful, but even if he were not, replacing one bad congressman with one even worse would have been exactly the right thing to do. It was the ousting of Cantor, not his replacement who stopped that horrendous bill. The defeat of a supposedly untouchable establishment kingpin sent shockwaves. Ryan’s defeat would do the same thing.

      So all aboard the Nehlen train, pulling out soon! Leave Ryan on the platform, staring at the Nehlen caboose!!!

      Liked by 9 people

    • Olorin says:


      Paul Nehlen (Paul F. Nehlen III) is a Wisconsin executive, entrepreneur, and inventor. He has extensive leadership and operational experience in manufacturing and industry, as well as a record of restoring jobs to the American economy.

      Currently, Mr. Nehlen serves as senior vice president of operations for a company that leads the industry in water filtration and disinfection technologies. In that role, he oversees all facets of the organization’s engineering, new product development, production, supply chain, business development, and acquisitions. During his tenure with the company, Nehlen relocated manufacturing operations and jobs previously based in Canada to the eastern seaboard of the United States. Additionally, under his leadership, several of the company’s product lines and jobs were moved to Wisconsin.

      Mr. Nehlen has likewise established his own small business in Wisconsin. Blue Skies Global LLC leverages key networks and technologies on behalf of the companies with which it partners, in order to ensure that they can deliver outstanding, cost-effective engineered products and projects.

      As an inventor, Mr. Nehlen holds several patents both in the United States and abroad and has others pending. Two of those patents relate to the design of tube sheets, a subcomponent of various pieces of engineered industrial equipment. Where most tube sheets are comprised of a single, thick sheet, Nehlen’s designs call for innovative, stacked thinner sheets of metal. Stacking creates zones that wouldn’t have existed otherwise, tasking the various regions for filtration, flow control, shock absorption, magnetic characteristics, ion exchange, dosing, chemical or medical treatment, or other purposes. One of Mr. Nehlen’s tube sheets has applications in water filtration. Mr. Nehlen also holds the patent on a strainer and control system that has implications for worker safety. Some of Mr. Nehlen’s patents also lend themselves to additive manufacturing technologies, of which 3D printing is but one example.

      Previously, Mr. Nehlen was a division president at the Georgia-based company TydenBrooks, where he managed the 80 percent relocation of a Mexico-based factory back to the U.S. Prior to TydenBrooks, he worked his way from the shop floor through middle management and all the way to executive leadership at SPX Corporation. Nehlen’s roles with SPX took him to a variety of states, including Wisconsin, as well as to international locations.

      Since 2013, Mr. Nehlen has served as an advisory board member for Operation Homefront, a Wisconsin non-profit organization with a strong record of bringing direct financial assistance to the families of active duty service members.

      Mr. Nehlen and his wife Gabriela make their home in Delavan, WI.

      See also:

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    • Olorin says:

      Only about 98.5% sure this is his wife, (former?) Gabriela Lira:

      They appear to have recently joined this evangelical church (see top right third page), which is disconcertingly Globalista in its emotive content:


    • FriendlyKoala says:

      As long as he isn’t the same person as Paul Ryan, it doesn’t matter. Even if he is worse than Paul Ryan, he won’t be in a position of power. The point is to slap the establishment in the face by making Paul Ryan lose his position of power.


  4. Reality Wins says:

    Along with being an entrepreneur, inventor, and patent holder, here’s a bit from his bio (caps are mine):

    Previously, Mr. Nehlen was a division president at the Georgia-based company TydenBrooks, where HE MANAGED THE 80 PERCENT RELOCATION OF A MEXICO-BASED FACTORY BACK TO THE U.S.

    Since 2013, Mr. Nehlen has served as an advisory board member for Operation Homefront, a Wisconsin non-profit organization with a strong record of bringing direct financial assistance to the families of active duty service members.

    Quick search also shows he has written a few articles for American Thinker:

    The Garland article shows he is pro 2nd Amendment.

    He and Trump share the same priorities.

    Liked by 11 people

    • NCPatrick says:

      Count me in … I just signed up for notifications from Nehlen’s campaign and will contribute when he lets me know where. I want Ryan out, out, out as Speaker!

      Liked by 8 people

    • rashamon says:

      You have to love anyone who thinks “Facebook is the devil”!

      Seriously, I checked with some long term friends in his district and they think he’s well versed in and very active in what matters to them: bringing jobs back to the U.S. The other good news is they had just returned from early voting for Mr. Trump as they have a grand baby due in N.C. and don’t want to miss either big occasion.

      TRUMP 2016!

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  5. barton2016 says:

    Strategically thinking, if Paul Ryan wins his primary, would it make sense to vote for the Democrat?

    Liked by 4 people

    • Nationalist says:

      A freshman democrat can potentially do far less damage than a ranking RINO!

      …so yes, if Paul RINO makes it through the primary challenge then Wisconsin patriots should vote for the best candidate available from another party. Ryan absolutely MUST be defeated to deal a well-placed headshot to the GOPe.

      This same strategy should be employed at every voting district throughout America.

      GET ‘EM OUT!

      Liked by 9 people

      • chilloutyo says:

        It is important to get rid of the RINO leadership. A snake isn’t very dangerous with its head chopped off. Since most politicians are political whores, some of the rank and file RINOs might actually come around under a non-RINO leadership.

        Liked by 6 people

        • chrystalia99 says:

          Read my post on this below–this election cycle is our last (and best) chance at doing this. We can get rid of the RINO leadership in our state parties, or force them to deal. And you’re absolutely right, as most of our RINOs are kleptocrats (discussed on my blog) they will deal with people.

          Liked by 3 people

    • jerrydon10 says:

      I believe it WOULD make sense to vote for the Dem over Ryan if it came to that, Barton. I have never voted for a Dem in my life. But if it comes down to that (and I were in that jurisdiction) I would vote for the Dem. And I will send money even though I am not in that state.

      We have to get these traitors out of office at any cost. There is no Dem that could do as much damage to the party and our country as has these neocons who have given Obama 100% of everything he has needed to destroy our country,

      Its the election of the pink gorillas. I will vote for a pink gorilla over any neocon in a leadership position.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Lucille says:

      “NEVER, under any circumstances, vote for a Democrat” is my mantra. A new congressman would have tremendous pressure put on him to follow orders from the senior congressmen. He would be completely worthless in the quest to set our nation back on the path to a Constitutional Republic.


      • FriendlyKoala says:

        You really don’t understand. We have to hurt and punish the GOP establishment for their betrayal as much as possible. That means getting rid of their most senior figure by any means necessary. We also need to threaten to vote Democrat if we don’t get our way, even if the threat is a lie. If you really won’t vote Democrat, keep your mouth shut about that fact until after the primary.


  6. margo says:

    I just went to his web page and signed up to receive notifications, etc. He looks good to me! NOT a life long politician! Come on, Wisconsin!

    Liked by 5 people

    • Helen says:

      I did the same thing. Waiting on his website to accept donations. Ryan’s got to go. I call my congressman every week and tell his staff that I want Ryan removed as speaker. Unfortunately, my congressman is close to Ryan. I voted against my congressman in the primaries and he narrowly missed having a run off. I am definitely not voting for him in November unless he does something out of character like endorse Trump.

      Please let your congressman/woman know that Ryan needs to go!


  7. Sandra says:

    I have family members in Wisconsin. I will encourage them to vote for Nehlen, even if they are Democrats. I think the primary is in August, right? They have their Presidential primary next week but I think the primary for the Congress seats is in August. Someone please correct me if I’m wrong.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Sandra says:

      Rats. I’m reminded by the comment below that this is a race for the House, so it’s per district. My family members might not be able to vote for him. Oh well, I will help in other ways.

      Liked by 2 people

      • chrystalia99 says:

        You can help anyway–by trying to get appointed to a precinct slot in the GOP in your area, and encouraging people in his district to do the same. If you get in place, it’s a direct benefit to Trump, and if you can get others to get in place in Ryan’s district, it helps him and Nehlen also. I’m in AZ and will be donating to this guy, and also stumping for him on social media.

        I left a post about it below, and will be covering it on my blog.

        Trump is going to need the GOP behind him going forward, and the only way to hijack the party is through those seats–and many are open nationwide.

        It only takes a few hours a month, and it makes a huge difference, because the PCs run the party.


  8. tellthetruth2016 says:

    WISCONSIN DISTRICT 1…… Wake up and support this man…… America is watching. …

    Liked by 5 people

  9. spacette55 says:

    I know some of the writers at Wisconsin-based Detonite News are regulars here at The Last Refuge. I’m saving their site to my favorites to get the inside-scoop on Wisconsin politics.

    Liked by 2 people

  10. ediegrey says:

    While I certainly like what Paul Nehlan has to say, I don’t appreciate his linking old lyin’ Canadian Cruz with Trump – Cruz is being used by the establishment and one of them- obviously now. At any rate, we shall see. For me, the whole liberal-conservative meme is just used to keep the uni party in power, while the faces change, nothing changes. I trust only Trump and only those who totally support him. Linking Cruz with Trump just gives him legitimacy which he does not deserve. Ted Cruz just makes me sick on every level.

    Liked by 2 people

    • louche9 says:

      Me, too, but my guess is that Nehlan is trying to think like a politician, and draw in both Trump and Cruz supporters to vote for him. The important thing is to oust Ryan. At the end of the day, it’s down to the voters in Wisconsin’s 1st District. Rarely has a local election carried so much weight.

      Liked by 5 people

    • owentt says:

      Cruz is going to win Ryan’s district. It’s classic suburban True Conservative country. It’s full of people that never had to worry about paying for college or losing a job to outsourcing or going to war. There are lots of office professionals that wear neckties and go home with clean hands and nice reliable paychecks. Comfortable people like following the media and the ruling elites and won’t risk their reputations by backing an agent of change, no matter how important to their country.

      Most of all it’s lily white. Trump does best in the diverse America where working families live. People that have escaped the consequences of GOPe undermining America just can’t be bothered to make changes now before things get worse.


  11. WeThePeople2016 says:

    He needs to keep it (if he can) that he is the only one running against Ryan in the primary. If not, then they will all cancel each other out, and Ryan will win again. That is how it is usually done.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Kiliman ✓ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ says:

      Won’t be surprised if when the GOPe starts supporting a bunch of other primary candidates to split the vote. That’s what they do. It’s their nature.


  12. majorstar says:

    Ryan is a part of the Romney, Bush, Rubio, Cruz, etc. #neverTrump cabal, and for that reason alone it’s imperative that he lose his seat. The other political reasons are just icing on the cake.

    Liked by 5 people

  13. The mainstream news media IS YOUR ENEMY.
    Pull the plug, stop watching to stay informed of what they are doing .We know what they are doing. You can watch later on the net now.

    They live and die by Advertising rate cards.

    its that simple,

    just like closing your wallet and shunning businesses that are the worst.
    This has to be a mass program.

    The legal system is useless, You control your TIme, Your fiat dollars, decide what is necessary and how to best buy local as best you can with what few Fiats you have.

    Most work in box
    They drive to work and home in a box,.
    They go inside and live in a box
    They watch a box all night.
    They then sleep on top of a box.

    you’re in a box

    break out of the rut and see what happens

    Liked by 4 people

    • William says:

      It depends on what you mean by pulling the plug on the MSM. They don’t live or die by advertising as they used to in the old days. Remember when we only needed to buy a television set to watch TV? In those days, the MSM lived or died by advertisement. Not so any more. Having a television set is no longer enough. To watch TV today, you need to hand over a minimum of a hundred bucks every month to the cable or satellite company. I believe that is their major revenue source today. The MSM now live and die by subscription.


  14. Geri Smith says:

    My only question is: Will Paul Nehlen be for deporting illegals and anchor babies and building a wall? Hope just like Cantor got canned Lyin’ Ryan’s gonna be cryin’. Go Nehlen.


  15. Purchase a blacks law dictionary or the Websters. The websters is a good choice. Check for the latest version(s) you can. The Websters will give you in plain language what the meaning of the word is in legalese. Its a different language. Words in legalese are not the same you know in everyday use of English.

    Politicians/lawyers know this. They use lots of weasel words to confuse and manipulate also. The of WE (who is we really) etc. blanket terms to describe their hidden goals, which you mistake for meaning YOU, or the common man etc.

    Lawyers mostly learn the language and procedure in law school. Not how to argue etc in court.

    The law system is also something out of control. They control it through the bar. Each and every state has their own system, then the Federal. can’t practice law without a license. they decided that. think about that. control, control, control. Its the way of the elite.

    Voltaire said:

    “To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize.”

    Who are YOU not allowed to criticize? Or who is someone else not allowed to criticize?

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    • nehlen73 says:

      This article is about Paul Nehlen trying to unseat the incumbent Paul Ryan who has done a huge disservice to America. It looks like your trying to spread manure around. He is a good, honest man that desires to see America for it’s greatness again. Leave positive comments not horse manure, thank you.

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  16. nehlen73 says:

    I have had to keep my mouth hushed, but now I have been given full permission to pass this along. I too will be giving monetarily as I am not a Wisconsin resident, but am ready to go to battle in every sense that I can to support Paul and Trump and any other candidate who is willing to Make America Great Again!

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  17. kallibella says:

    This is certainly great news. I hope and pray Mr. Nehlen succeeds at unseating Ryan. What our government has done against Us in unconscionable, certainly criminal in my book, and punitive toward the American people.
    Enough is enough!
    We need citizen leaders who have a life outside government and who mean to do what is Constitutional for the American citizenry.
    May the Lord guide Mr. Nehlen and grant him success.

    Liked by 3 people

  18. Howie says:

    Maybe the crat is a better option. If Ryan wins his primary vote for the crat. I shall not vote for any RINOS after this.

    Liked by 1 person

    • chrystalia99 says:

      I took a leaf from obama’s playbook–got appointed a precinct captain. That’s how obama got his job in Ill., he had the PC slots filled with his operatives and they got out the vote–for him. If Trump succeeds in his election bid, he’ll need us behind him, and the best way to be behind him is to hijack the GOPers.

      If we get in place to hijack the party now, then we won’t have to vote for RINOs or crats.


  19. Mr. Lucky says:

    Oust Boner get Ryan. Oust Ryan get a clone. They will never give up power. Never. The sooner that ugly fact is realized the better. Does this mean that nothing can be done? Yes. Does that mean that nothing will happen? No. The reset is coming. Like it or not the debt crisis will explode and it will be used as leverage for the Globalist who control US and Europe to attempt complete control. Am I being negative? Perhaps, but it is the truth. I suggest you get right with your Maker and prepare for chaos.

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  20. nehlen73 says:

    I had to hold my tongue until I was given.permission to speak on his behalf. Now is the time to put my full support for Paul Nehlen. I will give monetarily as I am.not a Wisconsin resident, but I can help fund his campaign to defeat the evil that lies in Washington. May God grant you Victory.

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  21. chrystalia99 says:

    To Treepers in Wisconsin, and everywhere else–NOW is the time to go to your local GOPer meeting, and try and grab a precinct committeeman/captain slot. When they ask what has brought you, say —

    I think it’s time to give back to the party for everything it has done for me. Mine assumed (as most will), that I am supporting the GOPers.

    A precinct chair is a minimal time commitment, typically 1 meeting a month, then informing the republicans in your precinct of upcoming votes and other news, by whatever means you wish. It also involves trying to sign up new republicans and getting out the vote So here, about 2-4 hours a month at most, and I have 230 republicans in my precinct.

    So, WHY DO THIS?? Simple. The PC is the most powerful position in the party–they control the voting databases, and they vote, on everything. They vote for the delegates to conventions, and they vote in the elite who control the party, who make the rules. Obama got elected in Illinois in the first place because his community organizing buddies co-opted PC slots and used the Dem side of the uniparty system to get out the vote, for HIM*.

    When Trump gets the nomination, he will need all of us nationwide in place, within the GOP, to get out the vote, and also to get out the vote for candidates like this man against the GOPer incumbents. And when he gets elected, he’ll need a strong party solidly behind him in every state. Which means WE have to be in place to hijack our state GOPers.

    The GOP is extremely vulnerable right now, as there are many precinct slots open around the country. If yours isn’t open, find out how to volunteer to work with your PC, and find out if that person is a GOPer. If they are–you can take their slot after the general, when all slots become open again and new PCs are elected. If they are on “our side”, then you can work together.

    The GOP elite, the big boys, got those jobs by being voted in, by PCs. And their number is extremely small in each state, anywhere from a few dozen real power brokers to a few hundred. They depend on the PCs to run things, to their advantage. By taking over the operational structure of the party, we can place them in a position where they are either forced to comply, or they are removed and replaced. I’ll be writing more about this on my blog, so you can follow it there, and also setting up a private Facebook Group and a private forum where there will be state information. If anyone knows of a good private forum system/site out there, let me know!

    Electing Trump is on the first step. If we don’t hijack the party from the inside, then any progress we make will evaporate fast. In a normal election, voting, phone banking, and wearing gear would be enough. In this one, it isn’t–because everyone is working to stop Trump. So we need to do more, in whatever capacity we can, but especially through the party infrastructure if we have the time to do so. This is our last chance, and we all know that. So let’s not mess it up by being complacent, or assuming others will do the job.

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  22. nehlen73 says:

    I am joining my local Republican headquarters to volunteer getting voters registered so that we can flip the switch! I will ask my local delegate about this new information you have empowered me with. As far as a private forum, I use WhatsApp and it’s more personal with one on one and I believe like a text where I can text multiple people on a group text. That’s my thought. Keep me informed.


  23. 2x4x8 says:

    it is great to have Paul Nehlen step up to the plate, we need more Patriots in there

    I wanted to mention Roger Stone will be working for State Senator Kelli Ward in her bid to beat John McCain in the AZ Republican primary in August, this is a biggie too, and doable

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  24. flawesttexas says:

    One thing of note is that Nehlen has been involved in true private enterprise

    One thing I noticed is that folks who have never really worked outside of government…like Ted Cruz….are why we get folks who claim outsider, but are not so

    I think Nehlen may make a difference, and worth the effort to remove Ryan


  25. DN says:

    What’s everyone complaining about? That Great Conservative Thinker R. Emmett Tyrell tells us Paul Ryan is for “restraint and caution,” and is an advocate of “free markets.” Furthermore, Ryan is from “the Jack Kemp corner of the party.”

    Don’t you know how much good that has accomplished.? Tyrell is perplexed that Ryan has a primary opponent. He just can’t figure it out.


  26. tim glave says:

    Paul Nehlen article Mar 24 American thinker. Take a look.


  27. redsequin4 says:

    “If I had $3 for lunch I’d send him $2.11 and buy myself an .89 cent can of spaghetti-o’s, because yes – it’s that serious.”



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