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    A Republic, if you can keep it

    From the diaries by Erick When queried about the type of government the Constitutional Convention had just created, Benjamin Franklin famously replied, “A Republic, if you can keep it.” Each generation of Americans must fight to retain that delicate balance between tyranny and anarchy that we like to call a Constitutional Republic. The National Popular Vote Initiative, should it pass, would destroy our Republic. It | Read More »

    2011 Republican Leadership Conference Statistics

    From the diaries by Erick. I’m going to be speaking there and broadcasting live from there. Will you be there? Interesting statistics with one month until the 2011 Republican Leadership Conference in New Orleans: – Eight Potential Presidential Candidates – Seven US Congressmen – Two Governors – Two US Senators – Activists, donors, candidates and elected officials from 38 states – Press representing 41 outlets | Read More »

    Vote for Reagan in Rose Bowl Parade

    President Reagan will be honored with the first-ever presidential themed float in the Rose Parade. This is one of the many tributes planned to celebrate the Reagan Centennial in 2011. You can vote for Reagan to win the Viewers Choice Award and help ‘Win One More for The Gipper’, but you can only vote on New Year’s Day from 8am to 2:10pm PT. How to | Read More »

    Sarah Palin – the Ultimate GOP Surrogate

    An article in today’s Politico discusses Governor Palin’s efforts to help elect Republican candidates across the country. I get a lot of calls/questions about Governor Palin since the 2010 SRLC, so I thought I’d take this opportunity to make a quick comment. As most of you know the 2010 SRLC was the largest Republican Leadership Conference in over 30 years – with more speakers, more | Read More »