Post Tagged with: "Scott Walker"

GOP Candidates Graded on Common Core

GOP Candidates Graded on Common Core

The American Principles in Action group graded the Republican presidential candidates on their support for or opposition to the controversial educational standards that the big-government types are trying to shove down our throats.

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A Cruz-Walker GOP Ticket?

A Cruz-Walker GOP Ticket?

The Tea Party News Network has an interesting article on a survey done by Breitbart in June of 55,000 participants which found Ted Cruz and Scott Walker coming out on top for the #1 and #2 spots, with Rand Paul and Ben Carson coming up third and fourth.

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Where is Scott Walker on Counterfeit Marriage?

The Daily Caller has an interesting article on where 2016 presidential candidate Scott Walker may be on the issue of counterfeit marriage and the homosexual agenda.

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Hillary Clinton: What difference does it make?

Democrats Should Be Tense

It’s almost a certainty that Hillary’s broomstick will be thrown into the next presidential round. Despite her total lack of accomplishments, at any level of government, she is within days of throwing her two cents into the 2016 campaign.

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Walker Changes Stance on Amnesty

Walker Changes Stance on Amnesty

Flip-flopping usually isn’t viewed favorably, and for good reason. Flip-floppers usually change their story because they were caught in a bad position, and they almost universally try to claim they were never in the bad position in the first place. But what about the person who realizes they were in error, and admits to the change?

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Chopping Down the Government Union Money Tree

Chopping Down the Government Union Money Tree

Following Gov. Scott Walker’s (R-Wis.) lead reestablishing choice for public employees in whether they send their dues to a union is not only the morally correct decision, but it is the politically wise one. The only question is what is taking the other 20 Republican governors so long in following Wisconsin?

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Evolutionists: Political Correctness is not the Missing Link

Evolutionists: Political Correctness is not the Missing Link

Media hounds are ripping into statements made by Governor Scott Walker about his stand for creationism or Darwinism, much to no one’s surprise. But was it a stand or only a punt as Walker declared it to be? The Wisconsin governor thinks the question of whether he is a Darwinist has nothing to do with politics. Most Americans may agree with him but MSM is bating and looking for the lowest common denominator to ink their rags and blast one of the best GOP candidates to come along in a very long time.

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Media Seeks to Use Faith as Club Against Republicans

Media Seeks to Use Faith as Club Against Republicans

Much ado has been made about Scott Walker’s “punting” on the issue of evolution while on an economic development junket in LondonOf course, the intent of the media in asking politicians what they believe about evolution is to relegate candidates who don’t conform to the prevailing orthodoxy of “scientism” to a class which includes Neanderthals, boobs and idiots.

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Republicans Growing a Backbone?

Republicans Growing a Backbone?

It may be too early to tell, but the Republican Party appears to be shedding its draw-no-blood, lose-gracefully approach to campaigns that has kept conservative voters either frustrated or stubbornly at home on election days. The freedom-loving American can only hope that the GOP’s backbone wasn’t found too late.

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Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker  (Photo credit: WisPolitics.com)

Walker Win a Triumph of Liberty Over Largess

With Scott Walker’s crushing victory over Tom Barrett to retain his seat as Governor of Wisconsin, the nation may be reaching a critical turning point over the fundamental relationship between taxpayers and public employees. Predicated on the consent of the governed, the U.S. experiment with democracy has reached a fundamental crossroads. Where the American people will either choose either a path that will enslave taxpayers to pay for the level of government that the government demands, or a sustainable, responsible fiscal path based on what can be afforded.

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