Went through some articles about conservatism in my quest to get ready for the “NewRepublicanParty,” which will begin post-election, and clearly way post-large-hangover. Thought I’d share my bounty with you. Let me start with this amazing read from the Heritage Foundation: A Blueprint For Reform (PDF file), a read which I’ve only just begun. It […]
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Sarah Palin’s recent article came to mind this morning. I’d been watching more coverage and reading more about the evil, extreme left-wing dictator Kim Jung Il’s belated death (about which I’m very pleased, by the way, and that is not something I say very often). But it got me thinking about western government and politicians […]
Fellow right-wingers: Is our objective to taunt Obama by accusing him of “Kenyan, anti-colonial behavior,” of being “authentically dishonest” and a “wonderful con” — and then lose the election — or is it to defeat Obama, repeal ObamaCare, secure the borders, enforce e-verify, reform entitlement programs, reduce the size of government and save the country? […]
On this 144th anniversary weekend marking Canada Day, or for traditionalists among us, Dominion Day, Prime Minister Stephen Harper with a new majority mandate deservingly earned can take quiet pride in the seat he occupies while surveying the land and people he has been elected to govern. Harper will likely ask himself, and others surrounding […]