Washington D.C. to Alabama: Back off! This Luther Strange’s U.S. Senate seat…

This is a really bad call from the National Republican Senatorial Committee

The NRSC has been discouraging consulting firms from working with Republicans running or weighing a challenge to appointed Sen. Luther Strange in the Alabama special election set for this summer.

In recent days, the GOP Senate committee has warned at least two firms, Jamestown Associates and Strategic Perception Inc., against taking on clients who are running or considering running against Strange, according to half a dozen Republican operatives and officials in Washington and Alabama.

The warnings come with the deadline for running in the Aug. 15 special primary looming in less than a month. Strange was appointed to fill Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ vacant Senate seat in February, but Alabama law also calls for a special election for the remainder of Sessions’ term, which runs through 2020. A handful of Republicans are interested in the seat as well as Strange: former state Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore, state Rep. Ed Henry and activist Randy Brinson are already running, while state Senate President Pro Tempore Del Marsh is considering it and Rep. Robert Aderholt and several state lawmakers have also been mentioned as possible candidates.

Jamestown had been talking with Marsh about a possible Senate run, according to multiple Republican operatives with knowledge of those conversations, but backed out of those talks earlier this week. Strategic Perception, the firm run by well-known GOP ad-maker Fred Davis, was also warned not to get involved with any potential or declared Strange challengers, according to a Republican with knowledge of the conversations.

This is not Luther Strange’s seat, it is Jeff Sessions’ seat. Strange already has a stink of corruption and misdeeds all over him because of the issues surrounding his appointment, this does not help.

If I was running for this seat, I would be all over this.

Huntsville’s Mayor Tommy Battle is running for Governor…

He is a legit challenger who will have real money and a real chance.

Positive: Huntsville is a boom town and he has lead that boom.

Negative: He is a regional figure.

This race is wide-open with Kay Ivey and Tommy Battle being the only legit players in the race, State Senator Del Marsh and Sen. Luther Strange are otherwise engaged in a U.S. Senate race and they could still run for this if they lose.

It’s early but Battle has a plan.

The Dale Jackson ShowPrep for April 28th, 2017…

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  • 7:00 AM – 7 Things You Should Be Talking About Today
  • 7:30 AM – Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle
  • 8:00 AM – Hate at 8!!
  • 8:20 AM – State Senator Arthur Orr
  • 9:00 AM – 7 Things You Should Be Talking About Today
  • 9:55 AM – “What in the World?” with WAAY-31’s Meredith Wood



It’s dead…


North Korea is still a problem….

Media pretends this is unacceptable…


JFK calls BS…


They hate him, we hate them…


Break it up! Break it up! Break it up!


If Flynn was warned ion 2014 about taking fund from foreign governments, why did they reup his security clearance in 2016?


None of this is needed….

Both sides are ridiculous.


What is the real story here?

Bentley lectured by pastor…

Bentley not lectured…

Same photo, different story.

Help me out here…

 

Choose your own adventure (3 AL.com reporters)….


 

The Dale Jackson ShowPrep for April 27th, 2017…

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  • 7:00 AM – 7 Things You Should Be Talking About Today
  • 7:20 AM – SEC Network’s Cole Cubelic
  • 7:30 AM – Congressman Mo Brooks
  • 8:00 AM – Drew from Southern RV
  • 8:00 AM – Hate at 8!!
  • 9:00 AM – 7 Things You Should Be Talking About Today
  • 9:55 AM – “What in the World?” with WAAY-31’s Meredith Wood

Terrible day remembered in Alabama…


Brooks seems on board for the new ObamaCare “repeal”….

I doubt this passes…


 

Poor ESPN, they have learned it’s lesson while the media tells them to just keep going…

But, they have to!

Reality:


 

Roy Moore is in…


 

Will Trump break up the courts?

Media reacts predictably…

Reality: Jimmy Carter broke up a court.


 

One more week…


 

Sessions: Crime is out of control!

CNN: Liar.

Now:

Meanwhile, in Congress…


Border wall needed…


Change is scary…


Terrifying…

Stuff that wouldn’t happen?


Teachers gone wild…


Fun theatrics in Texas over sanctuary cities…

Rep. Mo Brooks supports 2 amendments on new healthcare bill.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
04/26/2017

REP. BROOKS SUPPORTS FREEDOM CAUCUS VICTORY ON AMENDED HEALTH CARE BILL

Washington, D.C. – Today, and thanks to amendments fought for and obtained by the House Freedom Caucus, Congressman Mo Brooks (AL-05) announced he will vote for and support the improved and amended American Health Care Act (AHCA) that partially repeals ObamaCare while driving down health insurance costs.

Congressman Mo Brooks said, “The House Freedom Caucus sought and was denied a vote to totally repeal ObamaCare. Worse yet, the original AHCA increased health insurance premiums over the next few years by 15 to 20% over and above ObamaCare’s expected skyrocketing premium increases. The Freedom Caucus worked tirelessly and used its political muscle to negotiate and successfully force conservative and States’ Rights changes to the AHCA, thereby making the AHCA a different and better bill for the American people. The Freedom Caucus changes will partially repeal ObamaCare while driving down health insurance costs for tens of millions of Americans.”

Brooks continued, “The MacArthur-Meadows Amendment gives states the discretion to seek and obtain waivers from many of ObamaCare’s most costly, premium-increasing mandates. This cost-reducing, States’ Rights measure lowers health insurance costs for struggling American families. In addition, fellow Freedom Caucus member Congressman Gary Palmer’s amendment drives down insurance premiums by removing the most expensive individuals from the market and placing them in a high-risk pool akin to the State of Maine’s highly successful model.”

Brooks stated, “Another big plus is that the amended AHCA incentivizes states to force able adults to work in exchange for Medicaid benefits. It delays the job-killing tax on employer-provided health insurance to 2026 and accelerates relief from many ObamaCare taxes to 2017, two years earlier than the original AHCA, and preserves protections for pre-existing conditions while maintaining the ability of parents to keep their children on the family health insurance plan until age 26.”

Brooks added, “Despite these conservative advances, there is still much to be done. While the amended AHCA does not fully repeal ObamaCare, it is drastically better than what it was a few weeks ago. I am committed to working with my Senate colleagues to build on the progress made in the House on the AHCA to deliver on our promises to the American people.”

Brooks concluded, “Inasmuch as the House appears to have the votes to pass this amended and partial repeal of ObamaCare, I hope and expect the House Leadership to call a vote on passage of the amended American Health Care Act as early as this Friday but certainly no later than next week.”

“Cord-cutters” are bailing on paying for sports-programming they never watched, sports fans are bailing because of the politics…

 

As the media tells you ESPN’s problems aren’t political, their ombudsman disagrees….

But these three paaragraphs stand out:

1. Conservatives fear showing their politics…

If you’re a Republican or conservative, you feel the need to talk in whispers,” one conservative ESPN employee said. “There’s even a fear of putting Fox News on a TV [in the office].”

2. ESPN’s terrible “Sportscenter 6” host Jemelle Hill saying .they should be afraid because there is no debate only “right (liberal) and wrong (conservative)”…

But Jemele Hill, co-host of ESPN2’s His & Hers, isn’t buying that. “I would challenge those people who say they feel suppressed,” she said. “Do you fear backlash, or do you fear right and wrong?”

3. An unnamed liberal saying being an outspoken progressive is not risky….

One liberal ESPN contributor sees the issue as one not of inclusion but of exclusion, saying, “I’m concerned about the inclination for condemnation rather than conversation when unpopular ideas are spoken. I’m glad to see athletes acting as activists again. But it should be clear that in almost all cases they’re not taking risky stances… What about athletes and commentators who don’t swim that way, whether the issues are gay rights, transgender rights or opposition to abortion? ESPN has an issue — not a mess, but an issue — with saying it wants to stay apolitical but also actively promoting itself as a progressive platform.

This is a pretty honest take from inside the House of Mouse’s ESPN….

So, read your FB feed and listen to people tell you it is about cord-cutting or listen to those inside the building.

The Dale Jackson ShowPrep for April 26th, 2017…

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  • 7:00 AM – 7 Things You Should Be Talking About Today
  • 7:20 AM – Liberal Activist Clete Wetli
  • 8:00 AM – Hate at 8!!
  • 9:00 AM – 7 Things You Should Be Talking About Today
  • 9:20 AM – AL.com’s Cameron Smith
  • 9:55 AM – “What in the World?” with WAAY-31’s Meredith Wood

It’s fine…



Trump is right, the courts are out of control…

He is also right for laying down this gauntlet…




Is Roy Moore runniong for Senate…

This is awkward…


More fake news…


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