“No American politician is ever as great as his most ardent adulators say or as bad as his most vitriolic detractors say.” – Carson Holloway For better or for worse, the presidential campaign of Donald Trump has certainly disrupted the … Continue reading →
I’ve kept pretty quiet about this week’s Republican victories in the mid-term elections. It’s not because I necessarily dislike the outcome. I self-identify as a Conservative Republican. But the Republicans have a bad reputation for preaching principles that I agree … Continue reading →
As usual, much of the news coverage of the “government shutdown” has been unbelievably superficial; full of sound-bites and oversimplifications. The way they have framed the narrative tends to favor the Democrats. Here are some relevant facts about the “shutdown” … Continue reading →
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In the contest to be the Republican party candidate for President of the United States, the standard narrative characterizes Mitt Romney as a moderate, without solid conservative principles to inform his decisions, who has the support of the party establishment. … Continue reading →
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