Become A Force Multiplier: Five simple tasks for American Activists
Some background to the presentation below: After observing the trends on the Left for many years, in early February 2009, during a meeting with a friend familiar with the “hydra” that the Left had built, we lamented on how there was nothing on the Right to combat the behemoth that had been built by unions, the institutional Left, with the help of the mainstream media, | Read More »
It’s Tuesday. Don’t Forget To Go Vote Today.
Just a reminder, Tuesday is Election Day—and that means we need to vote and help ensure that others get out to vote as well. While there are elections throughout the country, there are several campaigns and issues that [in part, via WaPo] are listed as ‘Most Watched.’ Here they are, with some recommendations: State Issues: In Arizona… Pro-Amnesty forces are attempting to eliminate State Senator Russell Pearce | Read More »
2010 is America’s Thermopylae
If you saw the movie 300, you essentially know the computer-generated and highly-stylized story of the Battle of Thermopylae. However, it is the real story of the Battle of Thermopylae that is far more inspiring. It has been argued that, were it not for this battle and, ultimately, the defeat of the hordes of the Persian Empire at Salamis and, later, at Marathon, the nation-states | Read More »