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Calling to Conservative Leaders – anyone out there?

This was a great weekend in most parts of my personal life. Good family time, good discussions and a great sense of connection from the past to the present and to the future. We sat at dinner, nine of us,… Continue Reading →

A Tale of Two Stories (Human and Political)

Tuesday, January 20 2009 is a date that will be remembered as a truly historical date in the United States and by reference the rest of the world. Barack Husain Obama received the oath of office for President of the… Continue Reading →

Leadership of the Conservative Movement

I must say that I am one of Sarah Palins “win-overs”. I believed that I was going to vote for John McCain but I was not enjoying the idea of pulling the lever (well in Lee’s Summit’s case push the… Continue Reading →

Gathering Momentum, Romney for Chambliss

Reported by Lisa Rayam of Fox 5 in Atlanta Georgia, Mitt Romney spend Friday campaigning for Saxby Chambliss in a race that is within the margin of error of the poles. While some articles I’ve read have the Democrat Jim… Continue Reading →

Senator Joe Lieberman Must Be Punished: Well, unless we need him.

My BLOG is only a few weeks old and it is typically focused on the GOP, the Conservative movement and how it can regain its prominent status. I did not expect to see this happen to Senator Joseph Lieberman the… Continue Reading →

Phase One for Conservatives Started in Miami This Week

As conservatives throughout the United States we’re all asking ourselves what’s the first step to regaining the impetus and revitalize the GOP. Part of that first step took place at the Republican Governor Association (RGA) meetings in Miami this week…. Continue Reading →

GOP Leadership Fight Will Soon Reach A Crescendo

The GOP is about to select the leadership that will take us into the 2010 election cycle and the big question in my mind is this: Do they know what they are doing? Senate:Minority Leader: Mitch McConnel (R-KY)Minority Whip: John… Continue Reading →

Time for a change in GOP Leadership

There’s been a good start, with Congressmen Roy Blunt and Adam Putman’s resignations from their leadership position in the Republican Party. If conservatives are not going to hold themselves accountable, then they are not conservatives. The failures since the 2006… Continue Reading →

Future of the Conservative Movement

Between now and 2010 the leadership of the Conservative movement is going to have to define what the Conservative movement is all about. This is a very difficult task, one that the GOP could not do for many years leading… Continue Reading →

2012 – The Year for Sarah Palin

It will take some time to truly evaluate how the new president will do, how the economy will react to increased taxes, and to the other loads placed upon it not only by the Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae debacle… Continue Reading →

The 11th hour; this is when it counts. Vote!

First let me start by saying that tomorrow morning, whether you are Republican, Democrat, Libertarian or Independent, the one responsibility you have is to go out and vote. If you don’t know where to vote, go to www.gop.com and follow… Continue Reading →

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