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House Launches Cosponsor.gov

Today, House Majority Leader, Eric Cantor, announced the launch of Cosponsor.gov as an expansion of their Citizen Cosponsor Project.  Per the press release on Cantor’s site: “Transparency, open government and engagement should be a key goal of all elected leaders in … Continue reading

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Obama Has Not Come to Negotiate, He’s Come to Consolidate Power

The level of audacity coming from the Democrats – who I chiefly blame for creating this economic mess in the first place- is simply unbelievable. And I mean, unbelievable- as in, if I saw this plot line in a movie … Continue reading

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So, Was That Really The Best Use Of 1.3 Billion Dollars For The Republican Party?

The Republican Party’s infrastructure is dilapidated. Our get out the vote efforts are way behind the Democrats and we do very little minority outreach of significance. Additionally, our marketing/data research, new media, most of our Tea Party groups, voter registration, … Continue reading

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A Drop in the Bucket: Obama’s Tax Hike Does Nothing to Fix Our Economic Mess

It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words. While that is often true, when demonstrating the level of distance between President Obama and the harsh economic realities facing this country, it seems a one-minute video is worth … Continue reading

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4 Facts: Social Security Is In The Red, In Danger And Will Increasingly Drive Up The Deficit

It appears another issue of disagreement has surfaced in regard to the negotiations over the so-called “fiscal cliff”. White House spokesman Jay Carney said Monday that Social Security is one entitlement program that should be addressed on a “separate track.” … Continue reading

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A Great Example Of How The GOP Gets Killed On Messaging Over and Over Again

The Democrats may obsess over race, fail to understand basic economics and be incapable of governing, but they have learned one key lesson that Republicans just can’t seem to grasp: Winning in politics is all about being on offense. It … Continue reading

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One Of Romney’s Staffers: The Real Problem With The GOP is the “Far Right?”

Mitt Romney, who was a moderate governor of a blue state, with a moderate staff, running a campaign that seemed to be geared around avoiding social issues and being as non-offensive as possible, lost to Barack Obama. Didn’t we see … Continue reading

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Romney Adviser: We Lost the Election Because the Far Right of This Party Has Taken the Party to a Place That it Doesn’t Belong

Still reeling from the defeat, establishment Republicans are running from the right, clinging to the mistaken belief that more-centrist politics will yield better election results. Because the last two moderates the GOP nominated for the presidency worked out really well…

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America Needs Conservatism and a Republican Party With Some Backbone

It is getting more and more frustrating to watch the slow implosion of the Republican Party as they stubbornly resist the fiscal conservatism needed to offset the recklessness of the Democratic Party.

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Animal House, Rush, and the Bouncing Back of the GOP

As I look around to the defeated Republican Party and see the mopey, whiny attitudes, I hear calls for Republicans to abandon our core principles under the misguided belief that doing so will win us future elections. It won’t. These … Continue reading

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