General Paul Vallely talks with Joe Miller about his discussions Friday with Senator Ted Cruz, Governor Scott Walker, and Michele Bachmann. He also says that the US must do things things “to survive.”
This entertaining clip from The Joe Miller Show addresses Ron Paul’s recent prediction of the break-up of the United States and secession, as well as the federal court supplanting the will of the people in Alabama by imposing homosexual marriage on the state.
National commentator and investor Charles Ortel says on the Joe Miller Show that a worldwide economic collapse is imminent. He maintains that it will be the worst the world has seen since before 1873. Listen to the compelling interview here.
Secretary of State Kris Kobach, an expert on immigration law and vote integrity issues, describes what Obama’s illegal amnesty means for America and why all of us should be very concerned about the future.
Starting this coming Tuesday, Joe Miller will be hosting a daily radio show from 2 to 4 p.m. The show will address issues of state and national importance.
Joe Miller shares his thoughts on 2016, what the new Congress should do, and Mark Begich’s November defeat.
Watch Joe and Kathleen Miller in their timeless Christmas message. Merry Christmas to you and yours as you remember the Reason for the Season!
America’s borders will continue to crumble, as will our language and culture. Wages will spiral downward as the American worker takes the brunt of the millions more joining the labor market. Multinational corporations – and the politicians they own – will celebrate, recognizing yet another step toward the open-border policy they secretly desire.
I’ve known both Bill Walker and Sean Parnell for years and have a great deal of respect for both of them. I believe they both love Alaska and desire the best for its people. But I’m voting for the Parnell-Sullivan ticket, and here’s why.
Listen to Joe Miller address the pressing amnesty issues facing our nation. And hear Mead Treadwell state that he supports amnesty for some illegals and is opposed to voter ID requirements. Finally, listen to Joe call out Dan Sullivan for his pro-amnesty backing.
John Kennedy, in his Inaugural Address, spoke words that could just have easily been uttered on Independence Day. “We observe today not a victory of party, but a celebration of freedom—symbolizing an end, as well as a beginning—signifying renewal, as well as change.” He continued, “The world is very different now…And yet the same revolutionary beliefs for which our forebears fought are still at issue around the globe—the belief that the rights of man come not from the generosity of the state, but from the hand of God.”
As I travel across the state, people often ask me, “Joe, are you a Christian?” Most people know my conservative principles but they don’t know my heart.
This Memorial Day we remember the over one million Americans who laid down their lives in military service to our country. To borrow a phrase from General Douglas MacArthur: we don’t know the dignity of their births, but we know the nobility of their deaths.
I am deeply concerned about the future and the readiness of our military. Believe me, as a combat vet with a son at the US Military Academy at West Point, it’s not an abstraction to me, it’s personal.
It was five years ago this week that Rick Santelli made his fiery speech from the floor of the Chicago Board of Trade that helped launch a movement: “This is America!…President Obama, Are you listening?!…It’s time for another tea party.”
This week our campaign announced the endorsement of the Gun Owners of America Political Victory Fund. GOA-PVF raises funds to support the election of pro-Second Amendment candidates at all levels of government. I am honored that the GOA recognizes that my “commitment to the right to keep and bear arms is unwavering.”
The agenda outlined by President Obama last night can best be described as willfully divisive. Rather than look for common ground, he offered only more controversial proposals like amnesty, climate change, higher taxes, and back-door gun control. And to make matters worse, he again threatened to indulge his totalitarian instincts by circumventing Congress, should it fail to submit to his agenda.
Joe Miller was recently a guest on the Tom Anderson Show on the Fox News Radio, KVNT – Mat-Su Valley (92.5 FM, 1020 AM) One of the topics covered was the United States fall from the top 10 nations for economic freedom. Having come of age politically in the Reagan era, Miller said it is […]
It is noteworthy that Wednesday will mark the 41st Anniversary of the Supreme Court’s dreadful Roe v. Wade. In four short decades more than 56 million American lives have been snuffed out by abortion.
Joe Miller questioned the willingness of his opponents to truly take on the budget crisis facing this nation when their actions are considered in light of the passage of the $1.1 trillion Omnibus bill.
This week we’ve already learned at least two facts that should give pause to anyone who cares about the liberty and prosperity of this country.
As we mark the 50th Anniversary of the Great Society, the greatest lesson that we can draw from it is that the best anti-poverty program is a job. The question then becomes what is the best manner to create jobs and grow the economy.
Income inequality is once again the rallying cry for Barack Obama, Harry Reid, Mark Begich and the Democrats for this election cycle.
None of us should be surprised. Candidate Barack Obama in 2008 revealed the central tenet of his governing philosophy to a famous plumber with a good first name, “I think when you spread the wealth around, it’s good for everybody.”
As Congress prepares to open session this year, Washington is abuzz about the Obama Administration’s intentions to finally take action on global warming, a.k.a. “climate change.”
We are heading into a tough primary to determine who will represent the Republican ticket in November against one of Barack Obama and Harry Reid’s most dependable allies – Alaska junior senator Mark Begich. The status quo is unacceptable, even if it masquerades in a Republican costume! There must be a clear choice. Ronald Reagan was right, “Bold colors, not pale pastels.”