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Trump Refuses to Play Along with Cruz’s Game

December 14, 2015, should be long remembered as the day that talk radio finally turned on Donald Trump. What provoked this sudden shift? Trump refused to play along with Ted Cruz’s game. The Setup For several months Cruz has been the one candidate that has refused to (publicly) criticize Donald Trump, a painfully obvious political strategy that I detail in another article. Talk radio (with … Continue reading Trump Refuses to Play Along with Cruz’s Game

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‘Kill the Cancer’: Tom Coburn Urges State Leaders to Act

In late 2013, retired U.S. Senator Dr. Tom Coburn was diagnosed with Stage Four prostrate cancer, his fourth round with the disease. “I went to the best physicians I could find,” Coburn related before a captive gathering of hundreds of state legislators on December 3. “I told them, ‘I don’t want you treating my pain.  I want you to kill the cancer. I don’t care what … Continue reading ‘Kill the Cancer’: Tom Coburn Urges State Leaders to Act

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Can We Have the Best Military and a Balanced Budget?

The short answer is: yes, of course. But listening to some Republicans, like Marco Rubio and Lindsey Graham, you’d think you could only have one or the other. In their view, you either want the best national defense in the world, or you’re an isolationist. You either spend the country into bankruptcy, or you want America to be weak militarily. This is a false choice. … Continue reading Can We Have the Best Military and a Balanced Budget?

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Confirmed: Dan Bongino is Considering a Run for Marco Rubio’s Senate Seat

Red Millennial has learned through a credible source that conservative activist and retired Secret Service agent Dan Bongino is actively considering a bid for the US Senate in Florida. The seat is being vacated by Sen. Marco Rubio, who is a presidential candidate and will not run for reelection. “This race needs a shakeup,” Bongino wrote on his Facebook page. “We cannot lose this seat.” Florida CFO Jeff … Continue reading Confirmed: Dan Bongino is Considering a Run for Marco Rubio’s Senate Seat

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Liberty University to Host GOP Debate with Conservative Media as Moderators

Liberty University, the largest Evangelical university in the world, is in talks with the RNC to host a GOP debate. The debate would occur in January and feature conservative media personalities as moderators. Hillsdale College is reportedly also in the running to host the debate, but the local paper claims that LU is the current frontrunner for the gig. “We’ve been extremely impressed with the facilities at … Continue reading Liberty University to Host GOP Debate with Conservative Media as Moderators

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Viral Video: Mike Lee, Rand Paul Slam Congress for Raiding Social Security in Dead of Night

A video posted on Sen. Mike Lee’s Facebook page has gone viral, accumulating about 20 million views since Friday when it was posted. The two minute video shows Sen. Rand Paul slamming his colleagues for colluding in the dead of night to steal $150 billion from Social Security. Paul called the Senators “junkies addicted to spending.” “You’re all guilty of it, right and left,” Paul said … Continue reading Viral Video: Mike Lee, Rand Paul Slam Congress for Raiding Social Security in Dead of Night

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America is Screwed?

Has America succumbed to a fatal and inevitable decline? This attitude seems to be infecting a growing number of conservatives, especially since government has continued to centralize, regardless of whether Republicans or Democrats are in power. Although I understand this cynical sentiment, I ultimately find it insulting and disturbing. For too long I fell into the trap of complaining about what was going on in the … Continue reading America is Screwed?

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Vietnam Vet Still Fights for Constitution

This article was originally published at Convention of States. The year was 1964, and Gary Porter wanted to fly. “This one ROTC instructor really made an impression on me and convinced me the Air Force was the best way to go,” Porter says. He was sent to pilot training where he met his wife Phyllis. Married for 45 years, they have two children and seven … Continue reading Vietnam Vet Still Fights for Constitution