On Training Conservative Activists
In my last post, I discussed my goals through RedState: to inform and energize conservatives nationally to take action on university campuses. Daily, students are inundated with liberal ideology in the classroom and through percerse campus policies, oftentimes on the battlefield alone and unsure. Believe me, I was there. I remember being the only student to confront a professor in the classroom. I knew, though, | Read More »
A “Mere” Seed of Hope and Renewal in the Pioneer Valley; The C.S. Lewis College
This is a picture of the Northfield Mount Hermon School campus in Northfield, Massachusetts: Beautiful, isn’t it. Amidst New England’s many colleges and universities, there is a plethora of a prestigious preparatory schools like Mount Hermon. For some time, the future of this pristine campus had been unknown. It had become too expensive for the school to maintain. Now, it is being reported that the | Read More »
Newt Gives A Heckuva Speech.
I know, I know, Newt is on the outs with the conservative movement ever since NY-23. And quite honestly, he deserves it. But in the category of “broken clocks are right twice a day,” Newt really hits the ball out of the park in this speech. He’s aging into RINOhood, but this is excellent. More on why, after you watch the video. Toward the end | Read More »
What’s an ordinary conservative to do?
Conservatives seem to be at a distinct disadvantage in the marketplace of ideas these days. Ideas don’t seem to be very influential among the populace. Conservatives find themselves a minority in the halls of power, if not among the voting population as a whole. One of the major reasons for the shift in power is the Left’s application of Saul Alinsky‘s Rules for Radicals. Leftist | Read More »
Taking The First Step
In the first few days of my fundraising I’ve already received over a third of my goal for launch. Considering the positive response, and that people now have money in the game, I thought it was important that I follow up with a more defined message, both for those who have already contributed, and for those who are just wondering what is going on. What | Read More »
UPDATE-2: My Journey to Conservative Activism
I am a Conservative. I always have been. I believe in self reliance, self determination, individual responsibility and personal liberty. If I fail at something, I innovate and try harder. If I succeed at something, I capitalize on it so as to obtain the maximum benefit. I suspect that most Redstaters are like-minded. I am a Conservative. I always have been. I believe in self restraint, | Read More »
A conservative activist is born.
“C’mon, dude! Lay off Obama. Why can’t you just give the guy a chance?” A lot of people ask me why I’m so hard on Barack Obama. One minute I’m just a regular guy minding my own business, working hard, and trying to support my family. Then this Obama tidal wave comes along. Next thing you know, regular-guy me is incredulous, full of despair, and | Read More »