Tag: Chris McDaniel

Chris McDaniel promises a victory against Sen. Thad Cochran to a late night audience Tuesday at the Lake Terrace Convention Center in Hattiesburg, Miss.

Chris McDaniel Will Challenge Sen. Roger Wicker in Mississippi

Mississippi State Senator Chris McDaniel, the populist-conservative who came within a hair’s breadth of clinching the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate in 2014, announced Wednesday he would challenge his state’s other GOP incumbent this year.

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Author of ‘Remember Mississippi’ Says Stolen 2014 GOP Senate Primary Election Set the Stage for Trump Victory in 2016

Ryan Walters, author of the newly released book Remember Mississippi: How Chris McDaniel Exposed the GOP Establishment and Inspired a Revolution, told Breitbart Washington political editor Matt Boyle, host of Breitbart News Saturday on Sirius XM, that the 2014 Republican U.S. Senate primary in Mississippi set the stage for Donald Trump’s presidential victory in 2016.

Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz makes a speech at a campaign rally on March 5, 2016 in Wichita, Kansas.

Ted Cruz Cancels Mississippi Visit

Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) has cancelled his visit to Mississippi, according to state Sen. Chris McDaniel.

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Walker-for-President Effort Hires Another Controversial Anti-Conservative In Brad Dayspring

Dayspring was undoubtedly effective at crushing conservative primary challengers to longtime Republican senators and helping Republicans take over the U.S. Senate. But his tactics throughout his career have been so brutal and personal, he’s become a larger-than-life personality in politics—someone who often overshadows whoever his boss is—and sometimes border on reckless.

Chris McDaniel

Eliminating Common Core and the Federal Role in Education

Fifty years ago, President Lyndon Johnson pushed the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) through Congress, a $1 billion program to help poor students and less fortunate school districts. When he signed the bill into law on April 11, 1965, LBJ stated that he believed that “no law I have signed or will ever sign means more to the future of America.” If he meant a bleaker future, his prediction has certainly come true.

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Boehner Retaliation Haunts Republicans Who Defended, Voted for Him

House Speaker John Boehner’s decision to retaliate, or exact “revenge” as Politico put it, against at least two House Republicans who voted for a Republican alternative is haunting Republicans who supported him conference-wide and sparking a discussion in the party about the role Boehner should play as Speaker—and Republican members should play in challenging his authority.

Chris McDaniel

Mississippi’s Chris McDaniel: Oust Boehner

Mississippi state Sen. Chris McDaniel is calling on Republican lawmakers on Capitol Hill to oust Speaker John Boehner. McDaniel’s conservative ally in the state senate, Sen. Michael Watson, already called on Rep. Steven Palazzo to vote for a Republican alternative to Boehner.