Supporting Nikki Haley Must be a Priority, Even if You Don’t Live in South Carolina
I’m sure some people get tired of me saying it, but we have to get conservatives elected nation wide. It is not enough to focus on Washington. It is not enough to focus on our own state. We need to look across the country and find good conservatives down to the local level. That’s one reason I like groups like American Majority. They are going | Read More »
Nikki Haley’s Money Bomb
Folks, if you read my post on how we do it, you need to understand that intrinsically we cannot do it just at the federal level.We must have state leaders who will zealously defend the states’ turf against the feds. We have to raise up conservative leaders in the states because with strong conservatives in the states, we stand a greater chance of rebuilding a | Read More »
Another Day Another Attack by a Republican Against Jim DeMint
This time the Politico is reporting on Senator Inhofe’s attacks. Inhofe, occasionally rated as the most conservative senator in Washington, uses that label with pride to give cover to his huge porkfest. As we’ve seen repeatedly, earmarks always lead to bigger government. Inhofe, betraying his “most conservative” label, just the other day sided with the Democrats on their jobs bill solely because it funneled gobs | Read More »
Mitt Romney does good today. Endorses Nikki Haley.
We’ve been after Mitt Romney for a while for not going all in for Doug Hoffman or Marco Rubio then coming out for Bob Bennett.Today he is really redeeming himself. Romney is going all in for Nikki Haley in South Carolina. The endorsement comes today. Huge news. CNN is now reporting on it (insert disclosure here related to post below).Haley is going up in the | Read More »
South Carolina, when is Lindsey Graham running?
Hey to all the South Carolina conservatives out there. Can we get Graham out of there? This guy has taken positions on things that are being to get really old. He is now calling for Obama to push harder on immigration reform (read amnesty). I do not live in South Carolina so I don’t know all the ins and outs of Sen. Graham’s track record. | Read More »
Getting Jeff Duncan to Congress
Jeff Duncan’s website is revised and live. I’m all in for this campaign. Duncan is a terrific candidate and true-blue through and through conservative.We can push this seat to the right and keep it in Republican hands.I hope you might consider supporting him. The major competitor in the race is a fiscal squish who is going to not be good on either taxes or spending.Duncan | Read More »
You know Rubio and DeVore, now meet Mulvaney.
“In just a generation Washington has gone from ‘Ask not what your country can do for you….” to “We will guarantee your GM warranty.’” With national attention being placed on spending, healthcare “reform” and jobs, it’s easy to forget that, as Tip O’neill said, “All politics is local.” With this in mind, I reached out to the Republican candidate for the 5th Congressional District in | Read More »
Nikki Haley On TV
We need this woman in office. Help her.
2010 Candidate Interview: Neal Collins (R-SC)
Neal Collins is a 27 year old, conservative attorney who’s running in the 3rd Congressional District of South Carolina. Earlier, I had discussed him and the race. Following that, Collins approached me to talk about the race. He told me that he had been running a door-to-door campaign and according to him, “I have not spent one dime on consultants or staff…I, along with volunteers, | Read More »
Jeff Duncan (R-SC) Interview
Jeff Duncan (R) is a State Representative from South Carolina running for the open House seat in the 3rd Congressional district. Previously, I had reviewed / analyzed the 6 way primary in this district and found that Duncan was the best suited candidate for the job. Recently, the Club for Growth has come to agree with my assessment – as they endorsed Duncan today. Duncan | Read More »
Thoughts on SC-03
South Carolina’s third Congressional district is one of the few in 2010 where the Republican candidate is not running for reelection. Congressman Barrett is currently a candidate for Governor of South Carolina. This creates an open seat and already it’s turning into an interesting primary. Current candidates include a local attorney Neal Collins, a Pastor Richard Cash, Ron Paul activist and local physician Mike Vasovski, | Read More »
The Conservative Comeback
It’s morning in America again! Senator-Elect Scott Brown ran on a platform of turning “Ted Kennedy’s seat” back into “the people’s seat.” He ran a campaign of stopping the bribe-filled government take over of health care. He ran to put an end to the Senate Democrat’s abusive super-majority in Washington. Current Congressman & fellow conservative champion Mike Pence summed up tonight perfectly when he stated: | Read More »
Obama: A Failure of Leadership
2009 was an exceptionally difficult year for families across the country. College savings accounts drained, retirement plans questioned, and far too many families worried about just keeping food on the table and a roof over their heads. To make matters worse, when our country needed leadership the most, our elected officials in Washington focused on everything but getting Americans back to work. Let me recap | Read More »
DeMint’s Bold Objection Forces Pelosi, Reid and Obama to Scurry Behind Closed Doors on Health Care Reform (Again)
Aside from a handful of mentions, not much has been made thus far of Republican Senator Jim DeMint’s courageous objection to the appointment of conferees on the health care bill. Most people know that the House passed one version of a health care bill at 11 pm on a Saturday, while the Senate passed a very different version at 7am on Christmas Eve. Before any | Read More »
December 31st Looms
“The last day of freedom comes if we do not elect freedom fighters. And Nikki Haley fights for freedom.” I would normally put up a post at this time of year with several candidates you might want to give money to.But right now we need to focus on one candidate because we have done a lot for a lot of people, but we need to | Read More »