Eric Gurr was born and raised in Hamilton, Ohio. He is the CEO of Best & Brightest inc. a computer consulting firm based in West Chester, Ohio. Eric is married and has three children and two grandchildren. He and his family reside in Liberty Township. Eric is a second cousin to George Washington. Eric's grandparent's nine generations back William Ball and Hannah Atherold were the grandparents of Washington.


    Boehner Primary challenger interview.

    With just 26 days until the primary I thought I post a link to an interview I did with Roger Hansen last week. This was given to me in raw cut so I could post. Eric Gurr, Boehner primary challenger interview.  

    The collapse of normalcy

    You can’t spend much time on the web these days without running across an article warning about the coming collapse. Some suggest we are facing another banking crisis others a debt crisis or currency collapse. Many on the left will respond that these people are simply peddling fear to try to get you to buy gold or a survival pack. While that may be true | Read More »

    Get ready for amnesty and more legal immigration.

    First I’ll preface this  by disclosing that I’m running against John Boehner in Ohio and I’m largely challenging him on debt, economic issues and of course immigration. However the reason I’m doing this isn’t political it is simple common sense. Have you noticed how lately the talk on amnesty has died down? That is by design. The GOP establishment didn’t want to poke that hornet’s | Read More »

    Censoring the Conservatives

    Headline number 1: Several media outlets are reporting that Lois Lerner, the embattled IRS official at the center of the targeting scandal, gave tax information to the FEC. Headline number 2: In other news some in the GOP leadership are targeting conservative republicans in the upcoming 2014 primaries. The GOP leadership has made itself quite clear. They believe that the conservative wing, led by liberty | Read More »


    2014 mid-term elections are mission critical for conservatives

    This may seem an odd statement at first glance. In 1994 a rejection of President Clinton’s health care reform resulted in a landslide victory for the GOP and a hard tack back to the center for Democrats. In 2010 we saw a similar reaction to Obamacare. By that time however the bill was already law and the House has been unable to uproot the damage. | Read More »

    An Open Letter to Speaker Boehner

    An open letter to Speaker John Boehner Speaker Boehner, Why did you divide the party? Where would we be right now had you not divided the party with your purge of conservatives from key committee positions in 2012? Your rejection of the fiscal conservatives was particularly obtuse as it was a slap in the face to those who had helped the Republicans win the house | Read More »

    Why the GOP loses so often

    Negotiation is like any skill, it takes practice. But at the simplest level there are a few rules that must be followed. The first rule is that you must negotiate as if you expect to win. When the conservatives in the house passed the bill to defund Obamacare Boehner should not have wavered. He should have embraced Cruz and thanked him for carrying the water. | Read More »

    It was Boehner who divided the GOP

    It is important to remember that the divide in the GOP began in December of 2012 with John Boehner’s purge of conservatives from key committees. At the time a GOP aid told Roll Call , “You want good things in Congress and to have a good career? Better play along nicely.” That move set the stage for what you see today. The “small group of | Read More »

    A New Course for the GOP

    A new course for the Republican Party It has become clear that a large majority of Republicans identify themselves as conservative. But what does that mean? How do we translate that word into a meaningful base to our platform? The progressive Republicans are clearly on the way out. As we forge new alliances we will find a natural fit in most issues between the conservatives | Read More »

    The Boehner Reid emails

    If John Boehner worked under the covers with Reid to get the exemption for congress it means that the entire Republican base was played the fool. The language to make congress subject to Obamacare was to force the Democrats to swallow a poison pill. If you’re going to pass this monstrosity then you have to feel the pain. Way back in May of this year | Read More »