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Trevor Loudon and Rush Limbaugh: Two Pep Talks for the Tea Party

Posted: October 18, 2013 at 2:45 pm   /   by

Are you feeling defeated over the media-declared “loss” over the “shutdown”? Are you upset over GOP attempts to destroy Ted Cruz? Are you sometimes tempted to just “pack it in” and accept the GOP’s capitulation to the Left?

The two short videos below are good pep talks for times like these.  The first, by America-loving political researcher Trevor Loudon, is from August, 2012.  Loudon, from New Zealand, is an internationally known  author and speaker on the American Left. His pep talk comes at the end of an eye-opening 45-minute portrayal of the long march of the Left to transform America.

The second audio/video is from the Rush Limbaugh Program of October 17, 2013. It starts with a reminder about what William F. Buckley called the “well-fed Republicans”, today generally known as the “Establishment GOP.”  Limbaugh follows with a reminder of how effective, one leader like Ted Cruz, with supporters, can be.

So if you’re feeling a bit drained by the trashings from Democrats, the Democrat-servile media, and even the GOP, keep your head up and recharge your batteries with these short presentations.



David Leeper

David Leeper

David Leeper is a retired engineer living in Scottsdale, AZ, with his wife of 45 years. He is currently a volunteer science teacher at In his 40-year career he held positions from lab technician to technical vice president at Bell Labs, Motorola, and Intel. He holds 16 patents in telecom technology and a PhD in electrical engineering from the University of Pennsylvania. During his career, he wrote mainly for technical journals including Scientific American. He began writing for in 2011.
David Leeper


  1. S G Applebee says:

    What the Tea Party is REALLY about:

    1. S G ApplebeeI am halfway through now, and liking this. Force or persuasion—they are indeed the only ways.

Trevor Loudon and Rush Limbaugh: Two Pep Talks for the Tea Party