Hennessy's View

Thoughts from someone who decided to try to get into heaven.

Top Reason to Read Playboy

The Tea Party phenomenon has been with us for almost a year and a half already. We finally made it to the pages of America’s most venerable … um, girly magazine. _Rogues of K Street _is an anonymous Washington insider’s view of the most effective and expansive political movement in at least half a century. While the author may have overstated my contributions to the cause, the expose is important for historical purposes. Read more →

Ensuring Liberty Congressional Town Hall

Over at Ensuring Liberty, we held our first Congressional Virtual Town Hall on Tuesday, May 11. In case you missed it, Reps Michele Bachmann and Steve King discussed Senator Dodd’s proposed financial takeover bill with thousands of Americans. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y6AvG1HVcDE&color1;=0xb1b1b1&color2;=0xd0d0d0&hl;=en_US&feature;=player_embedded&fs;=1&hl;=en] Segment 1 of May 11 Ensuring Liberty Town Hall Ensuring Liberty plans to team up with Bachmann, King, and many other conservative House members throughout 2010 and beyond. We want to bring your voices to their ears—again, and again. Read more →

30 Minute Town Hall with Michele Bachmann is Tuesday Night

Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) Please join Ensuring Liberty tonight (Tuesday) at 8:00 EDT (7:00 Central, 5 Pacific) for a virtual townhall with Congresswoman Michele Bachmann to discuss the disasterous implications of the Dodd Financial Reform Bill. Tuesday, May 11, 2010 at 8:00 PM Eastern URL and Logon details will be sent in a follow up email. Read more →

Ensuring Liberty: Virtual Town Hall with Rep. Michele Bachmann

House Conservative Rock Star, Michele Bachmann, will hold a virtual Town Hall on Tuesday, May 11, 2010, at 8 p.m. Eastern, 7 Central, and 5:00 Pacific. REGISTER NOW! Representative Bachmann will discuss the Dodd Financial Reform Bill currently in debate in the U. S. Senate. Today’s Wall Street rollercoaster ride should remind everyone of the disaster caused by government intervention in the housing market through Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Read more →