Mike Needham has a great Op-Ed Open Letter in response to a recent Wall Street Journal Op-Ed. Mike is my hero when it comes to speaking plainly, fairly, and pointedly.
My thoughts on his op-ed?
“but they are appear eager to dismiss its root causes.” ~ Yes. The Lame Duck Continuing Resolution through December 8th is an example. The excessive increasing of the National Debt is an example. The insane Drafting of Women is an example.
And how is Paul Ryan any different than his predecessor, John Boehner, as an example? (1)
What has Mitch McConnell offered the American people and is he as good as his word? (2)
“Failing to deliver promised electoral consequences will have consequences” said Lester Jackson.(3)
As a member of Heritage Foundation, having used their research in conjunction with other think tank ideas, I cautiously watched the Heritage Action (HAction) program unfold. I wanted to see how things were going work, how consistent HAction was going to be, what it would become. It did not take me long to appreciate the focused educational approach HAction takes in promoting and framing debates for Constitutional centered ideas. Mike Needham exceeded my expectations as CEO.
Remember when Mike said:
Here we are in 2016 and Mike is still correct. And he is right today when he talks about the Opportunity for All: Favoritism to None Solutions that matter most, fair solutions that any candidate, especially Donald Trump, should be focused upon if serious about winning this election and serving as President of the United States.
Do your own research. Download your copy here. Read it. Study it. Challenge your thinking and stand on common ground for the common good.
And then educate your House and Senate members. #MakeDCListen
A few Lame Duck Issues:
- Heritage Action to urge Congress not to fund ObamaCare ‘bailout’
- In 3 Years, His Insurance Premiums Double as Options Decline Under Obamacare
- Heritage Action: Obamacare ‘on the verge of collapse’
- Don’t Draft Our Daughters
- American’s Don’t Need ANOTHER Tax Burden
- BAD Budget Deals in Congress