Archive for the ‘Tea Party Agenda’ Category

Tom Shaw & Bret Baier with Fox News

On Wed. Jan. 12th, 2011 Tom Shaw will be doing a interview on the Bret Baier. This show is aired at 5:00-6:00 CDT. I believe this interview will be addressing the Impeachment of the Iowa Supreme Court. We need to show support for the Impeachment of these judges.


Upmeyer says no decision on justice impeachment


By MIKE GLOVER Associated Press

4:09 p.m. CST, January 7, 2011,0,2688256.story

A key Republican legislative leader said Friday that no decision has been made on whether lawmakers will try to impeach the remaining four justices on the Iowa Supreme Court, but if they do, a top Democrat promised “a fight of epic proportions.”

GOP Rep. Linda Upmeyer, the incoming House majority leader, said she’s expecting to hear arguments on the issue, noting that “there are members in our caucus that support impeachment, and I know there are members who do not.”

The issue is one of the most divisive and emotional questions in the state’s political arena. Voters in November ousted three justices following an organized effort by groups opposed to the court’s unanimous decision striking down the state’s ban on same-sex marriage.

Since then, some conservative lawmakers in the House have said they were preparing a resolution of impeachment to oust


Spencer Tea Party Interview with Fox News

Part of the Interview with FOX NEWS Steve Brown  and Jerry Jones from fox news on Iowa caucus and Sarah Palin book signing in Spirit Lake Iowa. Dec. 1st 2010. Will be airing Dec. 2nd on Brent Bear show.

Spencer Tea Party Interview with Steve Brown part 1 of 2

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Repealing the 17th Amendment

Do a search for “repeal 17th amendment” and you will get a bunch of hits. John Yoo says the Tea Party movement should use their moment in the sun to do other things. Yet much of the financial problems of the states are tied to unfunded mandates by the federal government. It could take a decade to amend the US Constitution. But it would be interesting if every state would vote to see if they would support a repeal.

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