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It’s Tea Time In Indiana

Today is a good day if you’re a conservative because yesterday was a very good day. In a GOP open primary with significant symbolism, Indiana voters put it to incumbent Richard Lugar and the Republican establishment, badly. When results began trickling in last night, it became obvious early that not only was conservative candidate Richard […]

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Establishment Turns On Tea Party Again

If you need another reason why the conservative movement must insist on purging every last establishment Republican from office, I give you Indiana. It’s Richard Lugar versus Richard Mourdock, the incumbent versus the challenger — RINO versus conservative. If you missed it, over the weekend, Tea party backed candidate Richard Mourdock collected a Palin power […]

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In The Conservative Crosshairs: Richard Lugar

Richard Lugar is a longtime senator from Indiana but hasn’t owned a home there since 1977. And it is this type of paradox, a political career’s worth, that has Sen. Luger in the conservative’s cross-hairs. Sen. Lugar was born and raised in Indiana and graduated first in his class at Shortridge High School in 1950. […]

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Murphy Wins Primary

Beating back a young conservative, U.S. Rep. Tim Murphy earned the GOP nomination by winning Tuesday’s primary and will attempt to secure his sixth term in Congress later this year. “I’m excited about what lies ahead,” Mr. Murphy said. Knocked for his voting record, Murphy faced a primary challenge from Evan Feinberg, 28, who supports […]

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In The Conservative Crosshairs: Tim Murphy

Congressman Tim Murphy is a five term Republican from Pennsylvania. He is Co-chair of the Mental Health Caucus and GOP Doctors Caucus, a member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee and serves as the Vice-Chair of the Subcommittee on Environment and Economy. And he has a target on his back. The Campaign for Primary […]

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Should Ron Paul Leave the Republican Party?

This is a question I’ve dealt with before, but I’ll do it again. I just read this article that, if true, fits along with my belief all along that Dr. Paul simply won’t be permitted to win, even if he somehow gathers enough delegates to do so. In fact, I doubt that he’ll be allowed […]

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The Idiocy of Blind Party Support

A relatively recent Rasmussen poll placed Ron Paul as the winner in a head-to-head battle with incumbent tool Barack Obama. Of course, this was with Paul as the Republican nominee, which is highly unlikely to pan out. A recent article that I read on antiwar.com suggested that polls indicate that Ron Paul would get 18 […]

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Someone Shut Santorum Up

It’s time for Rick Santorum to find a new job. During a speech to employees of USAA Santorum, regurgitating his tired message of the lack of difference between Obama and Romney stated, “we might as well stay with what we have instead of taking a risk of what may be the Etch A Sketch candidate […]

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Should Ron Paul Stick It Out as a Republican?

I just read an interesting article about whether or not Ron Paul should pursue the Presidency outside of the Republican Party. This is something that I’ve touched on before on this site, including here and here. Frankly, the Republican Party is an immoral joke. It has been overrun by warmongering, belligerent corporate tools who would […]

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Republicans Vote With Their Blinders On

Super Tuesday confirmed my belief that Republicans (and most voters in general) will do what they are told. Also, it confirmed that many will blindly vote for the “Local” guy, even though he is nothing like the masses, as though they are cheering for the home sports team. Twenty-four percent of Alaskans got it right […]

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Ron Paul Moves Into Third Place

A quick check on Wikipedia shows that Ron Paul edged out Rick Santorum for second place in Washington. He took 25 percent of the vote and is projected to take 10 delegates from the state, according to the site, placing him just ahead of Newt Gingrich for the first time since the early days of […]

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Establishment Wins 2 More States

Establishment frontrunner Mitt Romney handily won Arizona and narrowly won Michigan in yesterday’s Primaries. The establishment’s go-to “Other guy” in the race came in second in both states, as Santorum handily secured second place ahead of Gingrich in Arizona and Paul in Michigan, based on results posted by Wikipedia. It’s looking like Romney may easily […]

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