Posts tagged "Conservative"
The midterm elections are less than a week away. While the emergence of the Tea Party and lackluster economy have inspired everyone within reach of pen or microphone to predict the death of the Democratic party, the reality is that the House and Senate are both up for grabs. The race for Illinois’ 9th Congressional... Read more »
Newt Gingrich is at it again Newt Gingrich’s latest publicity stunt is his very public opposition to the proposed Cordoba House; a mosque planned to be built at Ground Zero – the site of the World Trade Center terrorist attacks. Mr. Gingrich says the mosque’s benefactors from the Cordoba Initiative are deceiving the American public... Read more »
A friend pointed out that my posts to date have not been complimentary of the Republican Party or the conservative movement. It’s true that I am immensely disappointed with today’s GOP and the extreme right-wing talking heads embodied by the Rush Limbaughs and Michael Savages of the world. Yet, I do not wish to use this... Read more »
“Lower taxes, less government”. These four words have defined the conservative movement for a generation. The slogan is short, simple and easy-to-understand. It effectively resonates with the American ethos of entrepreneurialism and implied distrust of federal authority. The conservative movement’s standard-bearer – Ronald Reagan – was so successful at communicating this message that it has... Read more »