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epublican presidential candidate Donald Trump gestures during a rally at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, California on June 2, 2016.

Will Conservatives Make The Republican Party Great Again?

If any of those pundits were actually members of the Republican National Committee, and refused to support the eventual nominee, they would risk expulsion from the RNC for publicly not supporting the presidential nominee.

Supporters of Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz attend the Republican Convention at The Broadmoor World Arena in Colorado Springs, Colorado on April 9, 2016.

Delegates Are Ball Players In the Game, Voters Are Spectators in the Bleachers

At this late date in the nomination process, with no single candidate seeming to have a clear path to getting to the bare majority number of delegates needed for a first-ballot victory (per the anticipated first-ballot rule used at the last convention – which could change), many candidates, pundits and voters are actually taking the time and making the effort to figure out that, in the end, the power to choose the Republican nominee resides in the delegates, and the people who elect the delegates.

A person stands in balloons during the final day of the Republican National Convention at the Tampa Bay Times Forum on August 30, 2012 in Tampa, Florida.

How Best To Participate In Party Politics (Hint: Delegate)

A few of us (Morton Blackwell, Richard Viguerie, Ken Blackwell and Martin Knight – Google their names and precinct committeeman strategy) have been preaching for years that the best way for conservatives to actually make a difference in politics is by becoming voting members of their political party. How many of the chattering class are members? Perhaps they will tell us. I doubt it.

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To Change Do-Nothing Republican Incumbents, We Must Replace Them

So, we are in the last 13 months of President Obama’s lawless reign. Have you noticed the American people do not seem to have any elected Republicans in the House and Senate who will actually do anything to stop President Obama’s lawlessness?

Debate moderators Carl Quintanilla (L), Becky Quick (C) and John Harwood question candidates at the third Republican Presidential Debate hosted by CNBC, October 28, 2015 at the Coors Event Center at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado. AFP PHOTO / ROBYN BECK (Photo credit should read

Want Real Debate? Gotta Change The RNC — Here’s How

After the CNBC “debate” fiasco, many are railing against Republican National Committee (“RNC”) Chairman Reince Priebus and the RNC for these atrocious “debates,” where the leftist moderators, like those at CNBC, spend their time trying to make all of the Republican candidates look as bad as possible.


How Conservatives Can Defeat The Chambercrats’ $100 Million

A recent Breitbart.com article chronicled the plan by the “Chambercrats” at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to spend $100 million to defeat “Tea Party” conservatives in the upcoming Republican primary elections. This “top down,” “let’s throw money at the problem” approach can be defeated, easily, by conservatives if they expend two resources they all possess: a little bit of time and a little bit of sweat equity.

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How To Get Real Political Bang For Donors’ Bucks

Charles and David Koch told their donors in January of this year that they need $889 million of their donors’ money to achieve their intended wins at the ballot box in 2016. They have been spending money like this for several years now, and what have they achieved? Obamacare? Dodd-Frank? More federal debt? More job-crushing EPA regulations and Energy Dept. regulations?

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The Short Chapter Left Out Of Mark Levin’s ‘Plunder and Deceit’

Mark Levin makes an iron clad case that the U.S. House and Senate has strangled our economy with too many regulations, has spent too much money and borrowed too much money for unsustainable government programs that do nothing more than transfer wealth from the producers to the non-producers, etc., etc., etc.

Iran Deal

One Weird Trick About How and Where Conservatives Should ‘Rally’ Against the Iran Nuclear Deal

Why not, conservatives, “rally” against the Iran deal where you live? Instead of a single rally in D.C., why not have thousands and thousands of rallies where conservatives can become politically powerful by uniting, politically, “inside” the best political tool for ousting from office the current House and Senate members who will not follow the will of “we the people?”

Anti-abortion activists hold a rally opposing federal funding for Planned Parenthood in front of the U.S. Capitol on July 28, 2015 in Washington, DC. Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) announced a Senate deal to vote on legislation to defund Planned Parenthood before the Senate goes into recess in August. (Photo by

How Single-Issue Conservatives Can Become Politically Powerful

Single-issue conservatives can become politically powerful by uniting and organizing “inside” the Republican Party with other single-issue conservatives. I will explain below what I mean by “inside” the Republican Party,


Unite or Die: The ‘Hobbits’ Plan to Take Over the GOP

What is the best political tool for defeating Democrats? Think. Think real hard. Think real hard some more. The BEST political tool for defeating Democrats is… wait for it… another political party. And the BEST other political party to defeat