The Alternative to Universal Voter Registration

In his recent talk at the David Horowitz Freedom Center, The Wall Street Journal‘s John Fund performed a public service in warning America of Democrats’ plans for universal voter registration, or UVR. It may sound like a just and decent thing to advocate, but UVR is nothing less than a means for Democrats to pack the electorate…

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VA 5th District GOP Candidates Take the 10th

There’s a horse race afoot in Virginia’s 5th Congressional District. No less than seven candidates are vying to run against vulnerable freshman Democrat Tom Perriello. Six of them because they feel that the GOP’s anointed nominee, State Senator Robert Hurt, lacks the fortitude to champion small government in Washington. Considering that in 2004 Hurt supported…

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The Bread and Circus of Federal Elections

Scott Brown’s victory inspires confidence that no campaign is hopeless for a candidate willing to take a principled stand, maintain a simple and direct message, and reject the preconceptions of conventional wisdom. Such inspiration matters to those of us who struggle against the preconceptions that the Constitution doesn’t mean what the words of the document…

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Justice Alito Was Right?

So says Judge Andrew Napolitano – on the recent Citizens United case, that is.  Here’s an excerpt of his recent article: The 20-year-old ruling had forbidden any political spending by groups such as corporations, labor unions, and advocacy organizations (like the NRA and Planned Parenthood, for example). Ruling that all persons, individually and in groups,…

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Hypocrisy…No, not from the Tea Party

Got your attention!  Here’s an interesting memo I obtained over at the Atlantic. freedom-works-internal-memo This memo, which hasn’t been validated, but is being reported on by Fox News, purports to provide a “Target List” of candidates for the Tea Party to presumably unseat in 2010.  Listing them under the heading of “Enemy of Liberty” or “Potential Enemy of…

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Self governing decision begins in earnest in 2010

We are entering another election year. Campaigning never seems to end in this day and age, especially with a president who seems to always be in campaign mode. We will be faced with on-going advertisements and promises from candidates. As Nancy Pelosi reminded us all last week, many things are said on the campaign trail…

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Fracture the Big Government Vote

Who has grown the federal government more in the last 70 years, big government R or big government D? Who has regulated away more of your liberty, red big government or blue big government? Who Cares!!! The point is the two parties have learned to collude together to continually grow their power and diminish individual…

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Don Gustavson: Sovereignty for Nevada

Don Gustavson, State Assemblyman from Nevada’s 32nd District, has signed the 10-4 Pledge for the Constitution. He is running for State Senate in District 2. In the pledge are 10 affirmations on the nature of constitutional government and 10 promises for action while in office – such as: When Congress enacts laws and regulations that…

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