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Conservatism

GOP Establishment Clips Right Wing – Begins Death Spiral

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The recent passing of Tom Clancy, America’s greatest author of thrillers, highlights the current struggle against DC’s demagogues in both political parties frequently colluding with big business at the expense of taxpayers.  Clancy’s characters are often creatures of Washington; well-connected people with grand ambitions and massive egos. They let nothing stand in the way of … Continue reading »

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Categories: America's Heroes, American Culture, Civil liberties, Conservatism, Constitutionally Limited Government, Fiscal Responsibility, The Left, U.S. Constitution, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Cincinnati City Council Elections Will Impact Every American

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The headline makes a bold claim, but Cincinnati casts a footprint far beyond its boundaries.  Cincinnati’s nine city council members are collectively one of the more progressive legislative bodies in the U.S., yet seated in the conservative heart of Ohio.  In spite of Detroit’s bad example – unfunded pensions, excessive employees per capita and allegiance … Continue reading »

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Categories: Conservatism, Economics, Fiscal Responsibility, Ohio Politics, Uncategorized | Tags: , , , | Leave a comment

What’s Next for the Grassroots?

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Since 2009, America’s grassroots activists dedicated millions of hours to taking the country back from a central government leading us down the debt-laden path to European-style socialism. In the months and years leading up to November’s elections, engaged conservative activists warned that President Obama’s reelection and continued Senate control by the left would signal the … Continue reading »

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Categories: 2012 Election Coverage, Conservatism, Constitutionally Limited Government, President Obama, U.S. Constitution | Tags: , , , | Leave a comment

Conservative Grassroots Confront the Unions

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Josh Mandel’s conservative grassroots supporters went toe-to-toe with a surly union coalition on October 25 in Cincinnati. Supporters of both candidates gathered outside a Cincinnati television studio on October 25 prior to the final debate between Senator Sherrod Brown and Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel, hoping to lend a positive boost and propel their candidate to … Continue reading »

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Categories: 2012 Election Coverage, Conservatism, Ohio Budget, Ohio Politics | Tags: , , | Leave a comment

New Underground Railroad

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Sunday, we saw “Runaway Slave”.  It’s sad how far we’ve come as a nation, yet how so many people are being deceived to believe we are still a country where color alone will hold someone back. Our new slavery knows no color – only the trickery of government dependence.  Too many Americans are living on … Continue reading »

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Categories: American Culture, Conservatism, The Family, The Left | Leave a comment

Frozen at the Edge of Tyranny

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Tyranny sucks. What happened to our freedoms?  I swear we used to have them.   Quietly, in the name of “safety”, we have lost them. The terrorists of 9/11 didn’t just target the World Trade Center; they targeted our way of life. Our complicit government was eager to “ensure” our safety and create new bureaucracies … Continue reading »

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Failure of Senate Joint Resolution 37 Brings on the Pain

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Grassroots activists and electricity rate payers throughout Ohio were urged to contact Senators Portman and Brown, and urge them to vote for S.J. resolution 37 which would stop the destructive Utility MACT rule from being implemented by the EPA.  Although Senator Portman voted for the resolution, his vote along with 45 Senators was insufficient to … Continue reading »

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Categories: 2012 Election Coverage, Conservatism, Constitutionally Limited Government, Fiscal Responsibility, Ohio Politics, the EPA | Tags: , , | Leave a comment

Grass Roots Still Leading the Charge

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Let us make a bold assumption that the United States will avoid the agony of European-style statism, taxation and societal breakdown.  As the last bastion of freedom on earth, it probably goes without saying, Americans fighting for a constitutionally-limited government are the firewall preventing President Reagan’s “thousand years of darkness.”  Among nations, only the United … Continue reading »

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Winning the War of Language

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Jonah Goldberg recently penned a book titled “The Tyranny of clichés: How Liberals Cheat in the War of Ideas.”  This book successfully chronicles the malicious distortion of language and history by the left.  Mr. Goldberg singles out a few key phrases that have allowed elected officials to spend trillions for the benefit of the (pick … Continue reading »

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Families We Can Believe In

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America’s founders believed in the family, not as a rhetorical slogan to justify the growth of government, but as the primary unit of self-government.  The nuclear family, given fawning praise by modern liberalism, is actually the thing they most fear and despise.  Two loving parents raising children, instilling their own values has always been a … Continue reading »

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Categories: Conservatism, The Family, U.S. Constitution | Tags: , , | Leave a comment