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Australian Politics – Video From Today’s Bolt Report

October 28, 2012 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ TonyfromOz prefaces….. While some of our readers may not think that politics in Australia directly relates to America, the upcoming Presidential election does get an airing in the last of these 4 short clips from today’s Bolt Report, and beware where Andrew mentions Liberals, because in Australia, The Liberal Party is […]

Tea Party Remains Movement in Search of a Leader

May 29, 2011 by


By Star Parker The question on the table today is whether revolutionary Tea Party sentiments that unseated 25 percent of the Democrats in Congress in 2010 have now vanished into a whimper. Supporters of the current administration would have us believe that this is the case. And at first glance, it seems they may have […]

Republican Russian Roulette

May 24, 2011 by


By Alan Caruba I have a friend who thinks the ghost of Bob Dole is stalking the Republican Party and Dole isn’t even dead! What he means, of course, is that, at this point, the present batch of candidates are not that inspiring. The Party needs to articulate a distinct, conservative agenda and have the guts to […]

Revenge of the “Ruling Class”

May 23, 2011 by


By Christopher Adamo On May 10, 2011 a Wyoming grassroots organization created a political firestorm within the state’s Republican Party by sending an e-mail to its office holders that asked two highly inflammatory questions, along with a declaration of its intentions to publicize any responses to those questions. Furthermore, having dealt for years with the […]

Tea Party, Don’t Let Your Opposition Define You

November 15, 2010 by


By Frank Salvato With the mid-term elections now literally in the history books, the powers that be on both the Left side of the aisle and the Right, inside the beltway and out, have finally come to understand the power and appeal of the citizen movement commonly referred to as the Tea Party Movement. But, […]

Country Mice and City Mice

November 12, 2010 by


By Tom McLaughlin Conservatives made gains last week, but there’s pain ahead. Government must be pruned back drastically. I say this not just as a conservative who believes it philosophically; I say it as a rational human being, because it’s mathematically impossible to sustain. What government has promised to do for people it simply cannot […]

Get To Work

November 4, 2010 by


By Edwin Feulner, Ph.D. President of The Heritage Foundation. My fellow conservatives, The people have spoken. Reckless spending, stifling regulations, ever-rising taxes, endless debt and the looming government takeover of health care have brought this nation to a tipping point. Not surprisingly, the American people have now taken matters into their own hands. How we […]

Why I Became A Conservative

October 3, 2009 by


By Nancy Morgan In early 1992, I heard five words that were to drastically alter the course of my life. H. Ross Perot was on TV. He held up a toilet seat and said “The government paid $700.00 for this toilet seat.” He then stated, “And this is public knowledge.” Huh? Perot then went on […]