Think Differently: ‘Escalating Actions’ – Union Mobilization Manual Calls For Picketing Homes
To those that think that the tactics are too over-the-top or beneath the right to use in the battle for America’s future, I ask you: How the status quo working out for you?
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Mobilization: How to Put the Roots Back Into Grassroots Activism
While the Left has used its playbook effectively for years on the Right, gotten a President elected and re-elected, it is not too late to use the some of the tactics and put the roots back into grassroots activism.
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Our Path Forward Is Not Moderation, It Is Infrastructure
As has been addressed in detail by many of the editors here at RedState the usual suspects have gleefully sounded the call for a purge of social conservatism, as they always do, as a political, cultural and structural solution for all that ills the GOP. Those rushing to the media to make these pronouncements are acting like frightened children lost in the woods, an unsurprising | Read More »
Republican Base To GOP Beltway Folks: You Still Don’t Get It
Deep in the numbers by Rasmussen today you’ll find this gem: Among all Likely U.S. Voters, 20% believe Republicans in Congress have done a good job representing the party’s values over the last several years, while 63% think they’ve lost touch with the party voter base. Democrats, meanwhile, feel their party is representing them. Being perceived as disconnected from their own party has been a | Read More »
Virginia: An Opportunity for America and the GOP
From the Diaries by NS The recent decision by Virginia Senator Jim Webb not to run for reelection was a gift to Republicans. While it is disappointing that we will not be able to give him the electoral defeat he had coming, it guarantees that Jim Webb will no longer be a reliable vote for the Democrats’ disastrous agenda in 2013. But the real gift | Read More »
How I got on my county GOP committee
I was originally going to post this as a comment to this post, but I decided to make it an entry in my diary because there might be folks out there like me who took a few years to get their wheels under them, so to speak. Until 2009 I’d never participated in a protest, never worked a political campaign, never put signs in my | Read More »