The GOP’s War on Tea is a War on Me, Today at 12 p.m. PT (3 p.m. ET)

A warning to
the GOP
Your war on Tea
is a war on me.

As you know, the GOP leadership has made its deal with the devil this week. We’ll start this week’s show with some advice for preparing yourself, mentally and physically, for the work we have to do. Then, we’ll discuss the deal, who’s responsible for it, and what we can do to help Senators Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, among other decent politicians (there aren’t many). We need to turn up the pressure on the GOP leadership and their cronies, and then make sure Cruz & Lee get some serious backup in 2014.

Check out program notes, below, for links to the stories, etc., we plan to discuss today.

Join in on the discussion live, either by phone or in the chatroom!

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Program Notes

Trailer for Anthem the play

Sleep helps brain stay fit by clearing waste

Be Excellent at Anything

Congress Passes Debt, Budget Deal

Quick Guide: What’s in the Debt Deal?

Quicker Guide: Sunny TV on the drama in Washington

Behind the Debt Deal: Silence, Distrust and Hardball

There’s no actual debt ceiling right now

U.S. Debt Jumps a Record $328 billion

CNN: There’s a little pork in that bill

Power and obedience

Harry Reid on Ted Cruz: a “self-absorbed laughing stock”

GOP Donors Revolt Against Republican-Led Government Shutdown

Top Donors to Republicans Seek More Say in Senate Races

Sen. Cruz Places Hold on Obama Nominee

Last week’s show on the Common Core


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2 responses to “The GOP’s War on Tea is a War on Me, Today at 12 p.m. PT (3 p.m. ET)

  1. Craig

    Dr. Greg Brannon is running for US Senate, NC

    His religiousity etc. is offensive. However, something like that is probably necessary for anyone to be elected.

  2. Craig

    Cruz IS serving as inspiration.

    Forget Ronald Reagan,
    Republican candidates race to be the next Ted Cruz

    “The competition to be the next Ted Cruz is extremely hot within the Republican Party, where a number of emerging challengers are hoping to capitalize on the newest brand name in conservative politics.

    In Kansas, Milton R. Wolf opened his fundraising pitch to supporters last week by asking them whether he could be the next Cruz candidate. In Mississippi, Chris McDaniel announced his campaign to unseat Sen. Thad Cochran last week and welcomed the comparison to Mr. Cruz, calling it “a compliment.”

    Then there’s Ben Sasse, a university president running for Nebraska’s U.S. Senate seat, who set state fundraising records by opposing Obamacare. He told the Lincoln Journal Star last week that he would have voted with Mr. Cruz to keep the government shut down last week, saying it was a better option than continuing to spend and run up debt.”

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