Tag: "Republican Party"

More Thoughts on the Election

More Thoughts on the Election

| November 11, 2012 | Comments (0)

Throughout the bruising, relentless primary season I had many battles with other conservatives over who would be the best “ABR” (Anybody But Romney). Although we might have supported different candidates from Bachmann to Gingrich to Santorum to Paul, we all agreed that handing “next in line” Mitt Romney the nomination would have disastrous results in [...]

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The Hope and the Change: A Review

The Hope and the Change: A Review

| October 15, 2012 | Comments (0)

Two weeks ago Steve and I interviewed conservative film maker Stephen K. Bannon on his newly released film, The Hope and the Change, after having had the privilege of screening it early. I honestly didn’t know what to expect, as someone who was raised in a politically engaged, conservative household and saw through Obama the [...]

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Governor Palin Talks To Eric Bolling

Governor Palin Talks To Eric Bolling

| August 1, 2012 | Comments (0)

Loved this interview today in which Palin and Bolling covered a wide range of topics, including the stunning Ted Cruz victory last night and the upcoming RNC convention. One of the things that always strikes me about Sarah Palin is her humility; she never takes credit for her formidable influence over the outcome of a [...]

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Gary Jackson: 'For Dick Cheney and His Ilk, John McCain's Brilliant Choice of Sarah Palin was Bad News!'

Gary Jackson: ‘For Dick Cheney and His Ilk, John McCain’s Brilliant Choice of Sarah Palin was Bad News!’

| July 31, 2012 | Comments (0)

Gary Jackson has a fabulous rebuttal to Dick Cheney’s unnecessary, reprehensible (given the hostile media climate) and flat-out FALSE attacks on Sarah Palin. Unlike Cheney, Palin’s supporters know and appreciate her long record of achievement and reform — a record that stands to threaten the status quo and the ruling political class: Evidently the Republican [...]

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Andrew McCarthy on the Wages of Willful Blindness

Andrew McCarthy on the Wages of Willful Blindness

| July 23, 2012 | Comments (0)

Andrew McCarthy has hit another one out of the park today in a piece for Pajamas Media: This is the crossroads at which we now find ourselves. On one side are national security conservatives, myself included, who reluctantly accept the stubborn fact that Islamic supremacist ideology is incorrigibly hostile to America and the West. We [...]

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On Mitt, Moderation and Palin

On Mitt, Moderation and Palin

| April 25, 2012 | Comments (2)

Good thing the Founding Fathers weren’t so-called “moderates” — the USA would have never gained its independence. And yet, those of us who believe in the vision of our Founders and the watershed document known as the United States Constitution have been under assault this entire primary season — attacks that have only intensified since [...]

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Manic Monday: Upcoming Reviews, Books and Rants

Manic Monday: Upcoming Reviews, Books and Rants

| April 16, 2012 | Comments (0)

I am very late in publishing today’s post mainly due to an internet connectivity failure that kept me offline for several hours, beginning yesterday afternoon. Needless to say, a frustrating event for any blogger, but I am happy to be back this morning! Anyway, if you haven’t yet read it check out today’s Freedom Forum [...]

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CRF with guest Daria Novak, Congressional Candidate, CT CD-2

CRF with guest Daria Novak, Congressional Candidate, CT CD-2

| April 10, 2012 | Comments (0)

The other night I had the privilege of interviewing for the first time, someone who shares my first name AND my political philosophy: Daria Novak, a conservative Republican running for congress in Connecticut’s 2nd District. And what an impressive candidate she is! From her bio: Ms. Novak is Founder and former President of ERUdyne, LLC [...]

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Ulysses S. Grant

Ulysses S. Grant

| April 7, 2012 | Comments (0)

(April 27, 1822 – July 23, 1885) “Although a soldier by profession, I have never felt any sort of fondness for war, and I have never advocated it, except as a means of peace”. Hiram Ulysses Grant was a long-time soldier and 18th President of the United States. He graduated from West Point in 1843 [...]

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Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson

| March 19, 2012 | Comments (4)

(April 13, 1743 – July 4, 1826) “All tyranny needs to gain a foothold is for people of good conscience to remain silent.“ Thomas Jefferson: lawyer, Founding Father, author of the Declaration of Independence and third President of the United States, was a prime example of the industriousness of freedom. With all of those occupations, [...]

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Sarah Palin Electrifies CPAC

Sarah Palin Electrifies CPAC

| February 12, 2012 | Comments (0)

Unfortunately I was unable to attend but nevertheless found myself cheering right along as I watched her phenomenal speech on a big-screen TV. God bless this woman — sure wish she was running for President but she’s contributed more to the cause of conservatism since bursting onto the national stage in 2008 than any other [...]

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Happy Birthday Governor Palin!

Happy Birthday Governor Palin!

| February 11, 2012 | Comments (0)

Note: The following piece was originally written and posted at The Conservative Diva for Governor Sarah Palin’s birthday last year. Reposting it its entirety as the sentiments remain as strong today as ever — especially after having the opportunity to meet her in person last September at the Restoring America Rally in Iowa. Thank you Governor [...]

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Scenes from the Allen West Victory Party

Scenes from the Allen West Victory Party

| November 3, 2010 | Comments (0)

Aside from the euphoria of a decisive Allen West victory over progressive, incumbent mud-slinger Ron Klein, I had the pleasure of bumping into Robert Stacy McCain, one of my favorite bloggers last night. Saw the fedora racing from the ballroom area to the lobby of the Boca Marriott and just had to follow. Strangely, the [...]

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I was Tea Party Before Tea Party was Cool

I was Tea Party Before Tea Party was Cool

| October 17, 2010 | Comments (0)

Having been raised by conservative Republican parents who were both into activism long before it became a way of life for countless Americans in the months following Obama’s election, it’s probably not a surprise that I have been a registered Republican since I turned eighteen a few *cough* years back. And no, I didn’t opt [...]

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