You too can do this from the comfort of your home!

There is a blogger named Sundance who is being vilified these days by the likes of radio host Mark Levin. I want you to see his latest on Ted Cruz who IS GETTING MONEY FROM THE WASHINGTON CARTEL.

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Rush! Say it isn’t so! Tell us money does not talk!

But that is not what I want you to get from this post.  I want each of you to aspire to be Sundance.

I don’t know who he is.  Recently Levin (whoa in a big reveal—not!) said he was a former grocery store manager which I thought was rather snotty and elitist of Levin to say because former grocery store managers and housewives (like me) have a right to investigate and report what we learn via alternative media.

You can do it too.  I can’t tell you how frustrating I find it sometimes to meet new people, grassroots folks, who know so much and have been doing their own investigations and never try to get what they learn out in a broader way.  For goodness sake, if tech-impaired-me can figure out how to blog, so can you!

Please, please, everyone of you who are frustrated and want to do something to save our country, become an amateur investigative reporter.

Like Sundance who is digging into public records, you can too!  Then figure out the best way to get what you learn out beyond your own circle of friends.  Free speech is our last best hope, please use it!

Now, back to that Sundance story on Ted Cruz… I was driving yesterday and had an opportunity to listen to Rush Limbaugh (I’ve listened on and off ever since he appeared on the scene over two decades ago), but something was very different yesterday.  I even called a friend to ask if he was listening because I was so shocked at Limbaugh’s comments.

He basically said Marco Rubio was a true conservative and not an establishment darling.  Sorry I will never get past Rubio’s betrayal in choosing to become one of the Gang of Eight that, had their bill become law, would not only have ultimately legalized millions of illegal aliens, but would have also directed gobs more taxpayer dollars at federal refugee resettlement contractors (who lobbied for the bill).

What on earth had changed Limbaugh’s here-to-fore skepticism and even-handedness?

Here is how Sundance wrapped up his piece (is this the answer?):

*NOTE* For those following the Rush Limbaugh and Mark Levin advocacy, Stand For Truth has spent $2,301,250 on “Pro-Cruz radio advertising” exclusively.  –SEE HERE

How much of that $2.3 million do you think is going to Limbaugh and Levin?

I want to thank Donald Trump because if he weren’t on the scene this year we would never know the truth about so many things…..

12 thoughts on “You too can do this from the comfort of your home!”

  1. Limbaugh ignored the subject of immigration for years and years; his seeming to take notice of it (when it could no longer be ignored) seemed forced to me. Although Limbaugh pretends to be a sort of populist himself he fraternizes only with the ‘country club’ set, the plutocrats.

    Say what you will about Trump, he is not a professional politician or a Washington insider. That much is in his favor. The rest are career politicians, lawyers, all cut from the same cloth, and electing any one of them means more of the same.

    Cruz and Rubio are not constitutionally eligible to be president; Cruz is hiimself an immigrant, not a native-born or a natural-born citizen. Electing either of them sets a very bad precedent. After that we will have opened the doors to people of foreign birth being elected president and any other high office. Is that what we need in this era of mass immigration?


  2. Hello,

    I did take some time to “see his latest on Ted Cruz” and I’m not quite sure who is being honest here. I’m not a whiz at reading those financials, but it was obvious that they were from the time period 2011 – 2016, and some of them failed to reveal anything about the current cycle. I saw some financials connected to Cruz’s senate race, but that would not put a lie to current statements made.

    Sundance would do us all a favor by posting explicit information since he seems to be good at this. I love digging, but I don’t think aggregate data should be misrepresented as current data. I like the truth, not insinuations. Either I’m too inept to see the truth as presented by Sundance/opensecrets/etc. or “truth” is being inferred where it should not be. That worries me.

    I, too, noticed Limbaugh’s full-throated praise of Rubio – which some writers are now interpreting as “support” – but I didn’t take it as a serious endorsement. I thought he was doing some comparisons, and got carried away. I agree with you, I would not characterize Rubio as nonestablishment. In fact, Limbaugh has been referring to Rubio as the establishment’s guy for a couple of weeks as he teases out unfolding events. Limbaugh has been accused of supporting Trump at times, Rubio, Cruz, etc. Then listeners turn around and accuse him of bashing all of the same individuals. You have to listen regularly to get the ebb and flow and complete tone. I do find it unseemly to make a connection between that and some amount of radio advertising, unless that can be demonstrated unequivocally. It seems not unlikely that candidates wanting to reach a putative conservative audience would advertise with Limbaugh, or any number of others. Just makes common sense. I believe many (most?) radio personalities have made no secret of their favored candidates, but Limbaugh has not. I believe he favors Cruz.

    Since you and Sundance seem to be eyeing Cruz and Rubio rather skeptically, I take it you are Trump backers. I was interested In Trump at first but he has now completely turned me off. His lies are so frequent that it defies reason. He is clearly juvenile and unstable, we have elements of that now. I hope to see Sundance expose some of Trump’s whoppers soon. I do not believe Trump will build a fence just because he said he would, why do you?


    Fredericka Ibsen Thompson

    Missoula, Montana (The People’s Republic of … )

    Sent from Windows Mail


    1. Hi Fredericka, I appreciate your comment. As I describe in my sidebar, I’m a one issue voter. To me nothing else matters but immigration. It is about numbers and where they come from (countries that hate us). Once the demographics of America are changed there will be no going back. I can’t guarantee what Trump will do in the future, but I have even less confidence in Cruz (could he even win a general election?) or obviously Rubio (he could win, but would go right back to his open borders position). I’m gambling that Trump could shake things up in Washington. LOL! I guess you could call me an Ann Coulter Republican!


  3. Ann, you are right up there with Sundance! If it weren’t for your blogs, I would not have known about my church’s involvement in importing Islam into our country and receiving millions of dollars as a federal contractor. You have also exposed the corruption in our system. Thank you for all you do!

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  4. Ann, I don’t think Donald Trump is all that he’s “trumped up” to be either. Personally, I think Trump is a wolf in sheep’s clothing, which leaves me to believe that there’s not a dime’s worth of difference between any and all Republican contenders (let alone Democrats). Donald Trump sways with the breeze. I wouldn’t be surprised if when he were elected he’d continue down the same liberal road of all his predecessors since Bush I and before.


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