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  • Sen. Jim DeMint at The Bloggers Briefing

    Sen. Jim DeMint (R-SC) will be stopping by Heritage today for The Bloggers Briefing. He will be discussing his new book, “The Great American Awakening: Two Years That Changed America, Washington, and Me.” As noted in Heritage President Ed Feulner’s review, the book chronicles the rise of a movement that provided a crucial wake-up call in the aftermath of President Obama’s victory.

    He will be joined by American Legislative Exchange Council Senior Director for Public Affairs Raegan Weber and Tax & Fiscal Policy Director Jonathan Williams. Listen to the podcast on BlogTalkRadio or Ustream.tv. It starts at noon ET.

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    4 Responses to Sen. Jim DeMint at The Bloggers Briefing

    1. West Texan says:

      As a Texan-American and independent voter my message to De Mint is to throw all political caution aside. He and his fellow conservatives must put pedal to metal and institute necessary radical reforms. If Obama and Reid get in the way, run their sorry rear ends down. America's future is precariously at stake. Do it for our military veterans who gave their all to preserve our country's dual sovereign design. Returning to our founders' federalism is the fix our country desperately needs to survive.

    2. dtc says:

      Please ask Senator DeMint to comment on the "bipartisan" budget proposal that is being formulated today in the US Senate. I heard something about $3 trillion in cuts dispersed OVER MULTIPLE YEARS! That is not enough to correct our yearly budget deficit problem – not at $1.3 trillion in the red each year. And, what if we never see those cuts? What happened to Reagan when he trusted the democrat congress for cuts?

    3. Pingback: VIDEO: DeMint Calls McConnell-Reid Debt Plan a 'Cover-up'

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