Reagan Didn’t Shut Down, Neither Will Rick Perry

SUMMER, 1979: The campaign for Gov. Ronald Reagan revealed it was out of money. Not only had they used up their $1.3 million money stash, but they weren’t pulling in the donors they had hoped. Many were discounting the candidate … Continued

Better Prepared, Experienced Gov Rick Perry Aims For Nod

  BETTER, NOT MERELY SECOND CHANCES Much has been made of his failed 2012 GOP nomination for President, but fmr. Texas Governor Rick Perry knows a thing or two about stumbling: it is almost a required process to achieve success, a rite of passage … Continued

Why Rick Perry Will Win: Because He Can Admit It

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While there is no inherent guilt by denying a false accusation, political drama rarely gives you an opportunity to look innocent by embracing that which your enemy thinks is your downfall. But fate has shown down upon the Great State … Continued

Paul Ryan: Van Wanggaard Proved He Can Lead

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In an editorial, Rep. Paul Ryan shared his endorsement for Van Wanggaard, who is running for election in a Tuesday, August 12th primary. Please make sure you and everyone you know remembers to get out and vote! Originally featured on Right Wisconsin: … Continued

Why We Shouldn’t Take the Dare to Impeach the President

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I call it the double-down blunder. Perhaps more daring than a Junior High taunt and more surprising than a Raiders Superbowl, President Obama has addressed the impeachment topic on his own several times, calling what he sees as a bluff among Conservatives – I … Continued

WI Republican Running For Truth, Not History

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Tiffany Koehler is a black woman (she shuns the term “African-American”) in Washington County, outside Milwaukee. She is 44, loves Aretha Franklin and worked full time as a Residence Director for the non-profit St. Catherine Residence for Women in Milwaukee. She has served as … Continued

“Accidental Congressman” Leaves a Lasting Impact After Letter, Loss

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SNATCHING VICTORY FROM THE JAWS OF DEFEAT Tuesday saw the loss of one of Congress’ most conservative voices, Kerry Bentivolio. Known around many circles as the “accidental congressman,” Bentivolio won Michigan’s 11th Congressional district in 2012 because of a freak-oops moment by … Continued

Missouri Votes To Constitutionally Protect Firearms With Sweeping Law

In what may be the most significant victory for gun rights advocates in years, the voters in Missouri approved Amendment 5, a constitutional measure to protect the rights of people to carry arms and use them in the defense of themselves and … Continued

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