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Was Mitt Romney Designed to Lose?

Those who follow this blog know that I’ve never been a fan of Mitt Romney. I predicted that he was mathematically incapable of winning when Herman Cain was hot on his tail. When Cain fell from grace and Newt Gingrich rose, there was finally a remnant of true conservatism possible, but that was squashed as well. Then, Rick Santorum emerged …

If Camp FEMA is Partially True, We’re All in Big Trouble

As conspiracy theories go, the concept of FEMA camps being set up for impending doom in the country may be the most realistic as well as potentially very sinister. This film looks back at history, explores what is happening today, and branches forth into potential disaster in the future. As the country sits in the crosshairs of looming dangers, can …

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Most Americans Seem Okay with Raising Taxes as Long as it’s Not Their Taxes

There seems to be a growing sentiment in the population that taxes are okay. The thought of raising taxes on the rich is arguably one of the primary reasons President Obama won re-election. Today’s America tends to accept an anti-business, semi-socialist mentality of redistribution of wealth in a way that is truly terrifying. Buzzwords like “fair share” filled the campaign …

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It’s Time to Rebuild the Republican Party with Conservative Values

This was going to be a lengthy post, but I decided to keep it short. The signs are clear. History has pointed us in the right direction. For the country to head in the right direction, there can no longer be a leaning towards the middle. It simply doesn’t work. At the state and congressional level, moderates can do well. …

This Year, It’s Important That You Vote, Even in the 38 States that Don’t Matter

There’s an opportunity this year, one that has only been available one other time in the last few decades. This year, the race looks so close that there’s a decent chance that the person who wins the popular vote may not win the election due to the antiquated Electoral College. For this reason and others, it’s imperative that everyone who …