Category: Election

Bobby Jindal speaking at the Values Voter Summit in Washington D.C (Photo credit: Gage Skidmore)

Jindal’s Campaign and the Future of America

Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal entered the race for the presidency of the United States yesterday joining a bevy of hopefuls as America enters perhaps the most important political cycle in her history.

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Spiritually Dumbed Down, Can’t See Judgement Coming

Spiritually Dumbed Down, Can’t See Judgement Coming

The term ‘social issues’ is without doubt a misnomer and a rather cowardly and slippery means of putting the nation’s gross slide into everything fleshy and prurient on the back burner. The slide to pure perversion is seen as a social trend and in some cases as a fight for equality or civil rights.

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Enough is Enough

Enough is Enough

Our forefathers recognized the importance of a national union. We are the UNITED States of America. Our founding documents emphasized the need for unity and the common good. We must reclaim that spirit of unity, and to do that we need leaders who are more interested in uniting us than dividing us.

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Jeb Bush (Photo credit: Michael Vadon)

Jeb Bush Pro-Life Record Leaves Something to be Desired

“Our interactive Exceptions Calculator at the Jeb Bush pro-life profile estimates the number of Florida children killed during his term at 196,544, not against his wishes but with Jeb’s actual approval,” says American Right To Life research director Darrell Birkey.

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The Jeb Bush Problem

The Jeb Bush Problem

As if “another RINO Bush” wasn’t enough reason not to support Jeb Bush for the “Republican” presidential nomination in 2016, what’s the problem a real Republican might have with Jeb Bush?

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Congressional Voting Record Update

Congressional Voting Record Update

Did you know the Heritage Foundation and Heritage Action are tracking the voting records of YOUR elected congressional representatives, as well as some of the 2016 presidential candidates?

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We Don’t Need Another Conservative!

We Don’t Need Another Conservative!

In my travels around the United States I meet many people looking for a “conservative candidate”. I may shock you with the following statement but I believe it to be truth. We do not want a conservative candidate!

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Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) (Photo credit: Darth Kalwejt)

What Can’t Be Ignored

Today, Bernie Sanders’ claimed socialist identity should not be taken lightly. His formidable presence is anticipatory to what is being highlighted in schools and universities across our country. The good senator senses this growing support and thus, the battle begins. So, it’s time we realize that communism is still our foe, and this time around, the battlefield lies within the hearts and minds of Americans.

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Conservatives must fight for minority hearts and minds

Conservatives must fight for minority hearts and minds

Whoever the Republican candidate is must be ready and able to forcefully carry a conservative message to minority Americans. And that candidate must be ready to fire back when black Democrats call him or her racist (or Uncle Tom, in the case of Dr. Ben Carson) for making the connection between crime, unemployment and failing schools and left-wing policies and unions.

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Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) in New Hampshire, March 2015 (Photo credit: Michael Vadon)

Rand Paul: Republicans Need Liberal Votes to Win

If you’re like me, you may have been wondering over the last year or so why Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) has started out with such a good conservative voting record, yet as he started unofficially running for president, he also started pandering to the Left with his rhetoric.

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