The first part of the Obama administration has shown us clearly that the leadership in Washington is committed to a far left agenda. Forced to choose between steering a moderate course and preserving their popularity, or dramatically expanding the size of the state, Congress and the president have chosen the latter. Their extremism is bound to cost them seats in November, but that won’t reverse the damage they have done.
For that reason, proponents of limited, constitutional government need as many advocates as they can, pushing to rein in our out-of-control government. We need more advocates, and more resources, aimed at pressuring Congress to read and heed the Constitution. We need more efforts to convince Americans that endless government expansion is both illegitimate and counterproductive. For these reasons, I’ve spent the last few months helping prepare for the launch of a new site that will help in this cause: Liberty Central.
Share on Facebook 1 1 SHARES There seems to be a conclusion among the ranks of disappointed #NeverTrump conservatives that a Libertarian candidate should be the next logical choice for their vote come November. I understand many refuse to support Trump or Hillary (I’m one of them), but I won’t be heading toward the Libertarian side of things in 2016. Naturally, the Libertarian party has grown | Read More »
Share on Facebook 1 1 SHARES Illinois congressman Adam Kinzinger, who is supposed to be a Republican, and ran as a Tea Party conservative to first get elected in 2010, doesn’t like it when conservative groups and organizations point out his rather liberal voting record, he gets a 36% rating from Conservative Review for a reason(lots of them). During the led up to the defunding | Read More »