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Should Jeb Bush run for president as a Democrat?


There is little excitement among the GOP base for a Jeb Bush candidacy, but that doesn’t seem to phase the Republican donor class or the man they have ordained The next Bush in line in the ongoing narcissistic governing dynasty from Texas would appear to be Jeb, former governor of Florida, son of GHW and brother to GW. What are conservatives ...

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Is Obama trying to turn Cuba into the 51st state?


President Obama’s foreign policy liberalism is fraught with risk and doomed to failure Critics note that ‘normalizing’ relations with communist Cuba is akin to rewarding bad behavior The Castro regime has never been steeped in democracy, and Obama’s gestures are not likely to change its behavior President Barack Obama’a foreign policy and national security teams have not demonstrated much acumen for their ...

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Should The GOP Pass These New Tax Cuts And Reforms?


The new Republican majority may consider a number of tax reforms that would result in lower rates for both individuals and corporations GOP Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin has said he wants to make tax reform a priority There is some indication that even a few Democrats would support some of the GOP’s tax proposals  Will the massive Republican victories ...

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There Will Never Be A Convention Of States


Article V Convention of the States is a constitutional tool given us by the founders to get around an unresponsive federal government drunk with power We have some bad news for American conservatives: The leaders of our party, the once Grand Old Party, are trying to figure out a way to win elections without us, and if or when they do, they ...

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Justin Amash just fought a lonely (and losing) battle against unlawful government surveillance


With nearly no public notice or debate, Congress on Wednesday approved legislation that critics say blesses the warrantless collection, dissemination and five-year retention of everyday Americans’ phone and Internet communications. The controversial language was quietly incorporated into an intelligence authorization bill that passed the Senate on Tuesday and then the House on Wednesday. The legislation, privacy advocates say, sanctions for the first time ...

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The midterms are over – let the GOP betrayals begin


The 2014 midterms are barely a month hence, and already the Republican leadership has proven to its party base that no, it can’t govern, at least according to the mandate the GOP was given by the electorate Normally, we try not to “pile on,” but when something stinks this badly, we’re happy to jump on the bandwagon. The 2014 midterms are barely ...

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