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The 2016 Presidential Candidate Smorgasbord


I am very excited about all the choices we have for 2016 presidential candidates on the Republican side, with more announcing each day. I know some people in the media are wringing their hands and worrying over so many voices, but isn’t that what want? Each candidate brings good and …

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America’s Fifth Column


“It is when the majority in a country becomes weak, indifferent and confused that a criminal minority, beautifully organized like all gangs, seizes the power”, wrote Ayn Rand in her open letter To All Fifth Columnist. Speaking about the tragedy of today, Rand concludes that “by remaining unorganized, mentally unarmed, indifferent …

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The Chicago Way: Coming to Missouri?


Missourians, whether part of the political scene or not were shocked by the apparent suicide a few weeks ago of Missouri State Auditor Tom Schweich. Up until that time, Schweich might have seemed like a guy who was in control. Great family, had sailed easily to re-election last fall, and …

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CPAC and the Ghost of William Buckley


This past weekend, Conservatives gathered in Washington D.C. for the annual Conservative Political Action Conference, or CPAC. It is the yearly pilgrimage of Conservatives from all over the country to mingle, debate, party, and in the case of this year, mull over a pretty extensive slate of possible 2016 presidential …

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Back To The Future 1992: Will The GOP Ever Learn?


It would seem to me that the Grand Old Party is not one that turns to its history for instruction on how to be successful in the future. As of about 1:30 PM EST on January 6th, the Republican Establishment moved one step closer to creating the same kind of turmoil …

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America’s Domestic Cold War: Are We On The Brink?

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Many of us grew up during the Cold War that existed between what was then called the Eastern Bloc, which was the Soviet Union and its allies, and Western Bloc nations, which was the United States and our allies. I remember very well having to crouch beneath my desk in …

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WOW! Another Example Of Feminists Hating Conservatives


Today out of Michigan, we learn that a professor from the University of Michigan has openly declared her distaste for conservatives. Susan J. Douglas, who authored a book called Enlightened Sexism: The Seductive Message That Feminism’s Work is Done (2010), wrote in a column for In These Times, “There’s a Good …

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Sarah Palin’s Refreshing Solution

Sarah Palin addresses the Faith & Freedom Coalition Road to Majority Conference in Washington

Sarah Palin came out with a bang at the 2014 Values Voter Summit bringing out her bold, no-nonsense type of attitude that made her famous in the first place. She talked about a bright America, one where our President doesn’t denounce the country in front of the world or brings up …

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Grassroots Reaction To 2014 Values Voters Summit Presidential Straw Poll

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The Values Voter Summit for 2014 just wrapped up in Washington, where passionate and unwavering conservatives filled the Omni Shoreham Hotel. The energy and excitement were palpable. An amazingly diverse group of powerhouse conservatives, including Glenn Beck, Mark Levin, Sarah Palin, Star Parker, the Benham brothers, the Duggars, and Bobby …

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Chainsaw Conservatism


A while back my husband I and were in a bookstore looking through autobiographies of different actors, actresses, and politicians. As I picked up one on Ben Franklin, I noticed my husband covering up books by Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton with other books about Ronald Reagan. I started to …

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Ugh. The Struggle Of A Purist In November 2014


So today I was scolded a little bit. By my mom. Catching up as we often do, she asked me, “What is happening in the world of politics today?” To which I glibly answered, “Well, we have 43 days until the big election where we will watch the defeat of …

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A Helpful Guide to Truthy and Hate Speech


Recently the benevolent and transparent feds, through a National Science Foundation grant to Indiana University, decided to spend nearly $1 million of OUR tax dollars to create a -centric “web service that will monitor ‘suspicious memes’ and what it considers to be ‘false and misleading ideas,’ with a major focus …

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Getting abused from all sides.

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Wayne Dupree is a black man. When you look at the pictures of the many events that he attends throughout the states, he is surrounded by a sea of white people. Does that sound racist? It’s not meant to be. It is just a fact. They exist, but there are …

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Arizona Needs a Conservative Warrior For Governor

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The race for Governor in Arizona is very crowded and beginning to heat up. Of the six candidates, Andrew Thomas has emerged as the leader having gained majority support among the grassroots, conservative base and Tea Party. The polls for the Arizona Governor race have been conflicted to say the …

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Payback Time

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It is turning into one long hot summer for the Obama administration. From chaos on the southern border, to the IRS scandal, to endless end runs around Congress and the rule of law. Americans, from all political stripes, are watching the implosions and asking, just exactly what is going on …

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Conservatives are gifting Democrats elections


Democrats love when we vote for people that they consider unelectable, and they love when conservatives fight one another. There is nothing that would give Hillary Clinton a bigger erection than Rand Paul, or Ted Cruz running for president. Democrats always stick together. They may be slimy, but they are …

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Kentucky Should Have Ditched Mitch

Senate Republicans Address The Press After Weekly Policy Luncheon

Since 2010, many outspoken and passionate conservatives have talked about the need to “clean house” on the Hill. Not just Democrats but Republicans as well who have lost their way and become advocates of bigger more progressive government. Many names have popped up during these last four years like McCain, …

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Guess What? Reality Bites…But We Fight On


For those of you that follow me on social media, you know that I had an amazing weekend in West Virginia at the 1st Annual Logan Patriot Day with Wayne Dupree and my Team Ninja brother Angel Rodriquez. I’ll be blogging about that in the next day or so but …

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Gowdy Rips Apart Lois Lerner’s 5th Amendment Invocation


“If you honestly believe you can make 17 separate factual assertions and still invoke your right to remain silent, then please tell me what waiver is.” – Trey Gowdy Trey Gowdy (R-SC) has been known to get a little fired up during House hearings. Especially when he feels that the …

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EXPOSED: Main Street Republicans host new attack on conservatives

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Steve LaTourette and the Main Street Republican Partnership scheduled a planning session with John Boehner, Eric Cantor, Kevin McCarthy, and twenty-five other members of Congress. The event is scheduled next weekend on Amelia Island at the Ritz Carlton. The sole purpose of the Main Street Republican Partnership is to defeat …

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