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    Perdie Across America Now Available on DVD!

    You can buy your copy here!  Perdie has set a goal of selling 500 copies in the first 24 hours– will you help him reach it?  http://www.perdie.com/blog/2012/06/12/the-goal-to-sell-500-dvds-in-24-hours/ Regardless of your political views and affiliations, Perdie Across America will make you truly think about what you are fighting for.  His series has already proven to be a success when it comes to inspiring people to challenge | Read More »

    “When You Find Yourself in a Hole, It’s a Good Idea to Stop Digging.”

    This weekend I attended Congressman Allen West’s official campaign kickoff.  The atmosphere in that room was incredible!  It was standing room only– and people were more than happy to crowd in as much as they could.  Congressman West is one of few politicians with such avid supporters.  Personally, the Congressman has become one of my biggest inspirations; I love his off-the-cuff style and that he | Read More »

    Our Problem With Money

    Yes, I think it’s fair to say that our government has a problem with money.  It either loathes money and sets out to dispose of it as quickly as possible or loves money so much that it can’t get enough of it– or both.  How is it that the most prosperous nation in the world can be approaching $16 trillion of debt?  And the number rapidly increases as | Read More »

    BRRC Dinner with Jeff Atwater PLUS – Cindy Tindell

    Last night I attended a dinner put on by the Boca Raton Republican Club with Jeff Atwater.  Along with him, many public officials, prominent members of the Republican Party of Florida, and candidates for office were in attendance, including Adam Hasner, George LeMieux, Peter Feaman, Jack Furnari, Cindy Tindell, Geoff Sommers, Tami Donnelly, and more.  Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater gave a wonderful speech about | Read More »

    The Last Full Measure of Devotion

    Names like Gettysburg, Iwo Jima, and Arlington will forever be remembered as the final resting places for thousands of American heroes.  Those who gave the “last full measure of devotion” for their country truly are heroes– even better than the ones in comic books and fairytales, because these are the real kind.  Our soldiers are the foundation of what keeps America strong.  They and their | Read More »

    Perdie Across America

    So many of us are working hard to bring back the full liberty we once had so future generations can experience it.  Matthew Perdie, however, is taking it one step further– well, maybe more like a few thousand steps further.  Perdie Across America is “the epic story of one man’s walk to restore independence.”  He has taken on the incredible task of walking across the | Read More »

    Candidate Interview: Ozzie deFaria

    On Thursday I had the privilege of interviewing Ozzie deFaria, a candidate for Florida’s new 23rd Congressional district (old 20th district).  There are hundreds of races in Florida, but Ozzie’s is uniquely different because of his opponent:  Debbie Wasserman-Schultz. Here’s some of Ozzie’s background:  He graduated from the University of Maine with a degree in business finance.  He began his first job working for AT&T | Read More »

    The Sound of Retreat!

    What happened to the “war on women” that the Left so insistently argued that the GOP started?  Just a few short weeks ago, the media– both Conservative and Liberal– seemed to be consumed by this fictional war.  However, as of late I hardly hear of it.  What happened?  Were surrendering documents signed in some remote location without the public’s consent?  No, I think the Left | Read More »

    Potential #2′s: Bob McDonnell

    Speculation concerning Mitt Romney’s choice of a running mate is beginning to pick up as of late, with a handful of names being consistently mentioned.  Marco Rubio, Rob Portman, Paul Ryan, and Kelly Ayotte seem to be the names I hear the most.  Personally, I believe there are better choices than any of these people.  While I am a huge supporter of some of them, | Read More »

    Open Letter to Mitt Romney– from the Next Generation

    Dear Governor Romney, I’ll start by honestly saying that you were not my favorite candidate in the primaries.  I supported Rick Perry and Rick Santorum, both of whom you sparred with in debates and on the campaign trail.  In those discussions, I did see in you a candidate who handled himself well under pressure.  In most cases, you kept your composure even when under incredible | Read More »