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    The GOP’s Redheaded Stepchildren

    Every party has its wings–different sub-groups that are part of the larger organization. The Republican party has three wings that the Republican leadership believes is so dangerous to the future

    The Conservative Hand – Part 4

    The Conservative Hand – Part 3   Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again expecting different results. Despite what the typical liberal would tell you, conservatives are

    The Conservative Hand – Part 3

    The Conservative Hand – Part 2 I sit here after the Republican catastrophe of 2008 and wonder what went wrong. The Republican Party has gone through many changes since I

    The Conservative Hand – Part 2

    The Conservative Hand – Part 1 It has been thrilling to be part of the Tea Party movement, and see power move away from the political elite and back to

    The Conservative Hand – Part 1

    The Tea Party movement doesn’t have a single leader or a central organization, and that’s the way the members of the movement like it. How though, can an unorganized movement

    The Hatch Rule

    The Hatch Rule: if a GOP politician without a conservative record starts cozying up to the tea party, you can be sure he’ll veer back left as soon as he

    Don’t Step in the “Kiss In” Trap Friday

    Same sex couples are staging a “kiss in” Friday at various Chick-Fil-A restaurants. If you think this is to demonstrate a widespread level of support for gay marriage, you’re wrong.

    Chick-Fil-A as Bulletin Board Material

    Sports wisdom says you should refrain from trash-talking your opponent prior to a game, as it only creates bulletin board material which: gets your opponent mad as hell turns the

    TSPLOST Alarm Bell for GOP

    SPLOST – special local option sales tax. SPLOST’s have been popular in Georgia. So popular that they have routinely passed with only token opposition. In the last decade, Georgia has

    The Less Party

    There has been a bit of talk lately about what will happen if the GOP fails to curb the government after this election. The possibility (and problem) of a third