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The Pope is No Friend to Conservatives

Right wing politics in the United States often side with religious leaders as they are normally supportive of conservative principles. The most powerful religious figure in the world does not fall into that category and could spark problems for conservatives when the primary elections get rolling later this year. Pope Francis is popular around the world because he has many …

Bigotry and the Need for Conservative Focus

Donald Sterling learned very quickly that having racist views go public and gaining the label of being a “bigot” can cost a great deal. It’s the type of label that can destroy people and nobody in the public eye in America wants that hung around their neck. This fear is one of the driving forces preventing people in power from …

Democrats are Sticking their Heads in the Sand Over Recent Obama Follies

The IRS targeting of conservative groups falls under the category of, “duh.” The Justice Departments seizure of journalists’ communication records created a dangerous precedent that is already making sources dry up. The way the Obama administration handled the Benghazi terrorist attack on 9/11 was arguably the most masterful spin job in US political history. With all that is starting to …

When We Go Over the Cliff, Will the GOP be Blamed?

Yes. Let’s put aside for a moment the concept that raising taxes is not the answer. Let’s forget for this discussion that dramatic cuts in spending is the only possible way to get out of the financial mess that this country is in. Let’s assume that bi-artisan understanding of economic responsibility is too hard for both sides to swallow and …

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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. …

I am the Problem with the Republican Party

Ever since the GOP primary season started, I’ve been very displeased with Mitt Romney as the Republican Establishment’s anointed choice. He is not a conservative, but perhaps more importantly his health care record with Romneycare will absolutely prohibit him from being able to defeat Barack Obama in November. Conservatives don’t like him. Moderates don’t trust him. The only people who …

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Mitt Romney is not a Conservative

American politicians are supposed to be guided by the will of the people through an electorate that decides who will best represent their goals and fill the needs required of office. It can be said that going with what the people want is an asset and should be considered a strength. There are times, however, when personal passion and unwavering …

The Drudge Report is Doing Whatever it can to Give Obama a Second Term

For a “conservative” news aggregator, the Drudge Report is doing its best impersonation of a liberal mainstream media opinion-sculptor as the clear lean towards the “Republican Establishment Candidacy” of Mitt Romney. This goes against the what the largest chunk of Republican voters want and it’s only one piece of the anti-Newt puzzle. What is it about Romney that makes so …

Newt Gingrich is the Only Candidate that can Beat Obama

South Carolina Republicans, take note before the upcoming primary. Newt Gingrich is the only candidate that can beat Barack Obama. This isn’t a statement that has been building up based upon continuous, unwavering approval from a passionate supporter. This comes from someone who has been studying every debate, as many speaking engagements as possible, previous history, Obama’s campaign strategies, and …