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Senator-Elect Mike Rounds Officially Joins Surrender Caucus

Senator-Elect Mike Rounds Officially Joins Surrender Caucus

It didn’t take long for South Dakota U.S. Senator-elect Mike Rounds to move from merely cheering for the Surrender Caucus of gutless “Republicans” in Washington D.C. to officially joining their ranks.

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Enough is Too Much Already!

Enough is Too Much Already!

The recent elections delivered the most crushing defeat a political party has suffered since Ronald Reagan’s 1984 Forty-nine state landslide. Democrats were rejected by every voting block demographic: young, old, men, women, rich, poor. Everyone said, “Enough is too much already!”

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How Democrats defeated themselves

How Democrats defeated themselves

New Gallup polling on party favorability ratings should be useful reading for leaders of the Democratic Party who are still in denial about the meaning of the Republican sweep in the recent elections.<.p>

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Advice for New Senators, Congressmen

The newly elected members of the House of Representatives will be arriving in Washington for their first big decisions — leadership elections and hiring of staff. Here is some unsolicited advice for these idealistic newcomers as they hit Jenkins Hill.

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On the the Behavior of the Family Heritage Alliance: An Open Letter

On the the Behavior of the Family Heritage Alliance: An Open Letter

A couple of days ago, I sent this letter to the Family Heritage Alliance. Since the actions of FHA with which I take great exception were public, I am now making this letter public.

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What Does the Republican Victory Mean?

What Does the Republican Victory Mean?

According to many pundits, the resuls of the November 4th elections, where Republicans gained at least seven seats in the US Senate and several more in the House of Representatives, represents a sea change in American politics. But will this change in politics represent a change in American public policy?

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We Won. Now What?

We Won. Now What?

It appears that the first order of business will be for the GOP to decide how best to use their new mandate. Will they pursue a path of compromise as articulated by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, or will they embrace the attitude expressed by Senator Ted Cruz, who pronounced an end to the era of Obama before a crowd of cheering constituents? What’s more, if the GOP does decide to strike a conciliatory tone, is there much common ground to be found?

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Ruling by Intrique

Ruling by Intrique

Guard against those whose messages make us curious, seduce with their fascination, and captivate with their sincerity. Make no mistake about the nature of all those that seek to rule over you. To quote George Washington, “Government is not reason, it is not eloquence — it is force! Like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master.” Do those that seek to rule over you, intrigue you? Then you will be wise to understand that ruling by intrigue is a high skill of government that seeks only your submission, not your liberty!

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America is Counting on Better GOP Leadership

America is Counting on Better GOP Leadership

I sent the following email to my senators and congresswoman, asking them to support new, bold, committed and conservative leadership for the U.S. House and U.S. Senate, instead of the same old failed leadership that has been allowing our great nation to go down the river of poison of liberalism.

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Mia Love at the Rocky Mountain Conservatives BBQ 2011 (Photo credit: Michael Jolley)

Blacks Must Embrace Freedom, Learn, and Progress

The American people spoke last Tuesday, and I am happy with what they had to say. But I am also happy that we have, once again, proof that America is still a free country. That when the American people are not happy, they can vote for change. This is a great thing. But best is when we use this precious gift of freedom to learn and to grow.

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