Republicans, Executive Experience and 2016
I realize it’s still a ways off, but if there is a PAC set up to defeat Hillary, then we can surely analyze a bit over who our champion in 2016 will be. When it comes to electing the president, the parties typically put forward one of two options: a senator or a governor. There are a couple reasons why this makes more sense than | Read More »
Why Are Conservatives Supporting the National Popular Vote?
The notion of a state compact to affect a national popular vote for President of the United States is a controversial issue among conservatives and libertarians. It’s worth debate, but we must first disabuse ourselves of the notion that it is an attack upon our Founding Fathers, our Constitution, the Republic, and Mother’s apple pie.
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Is Palin Taking a Cue from UK Conservatives?
David Cameron is one of the sharpest politicians in the world, he has managed to broaden the Conservative Party in the UK without abandoning Thatcherism. He has embraced being “green” without embracing leftist socialist environmental policies. The UK Conservative Party is considered the “greener” party of the two major parties. They’re also percieved to have a better grasp of the issues facing every day Non-Londoner | Read More »