We can get the Establishment GOP “out” when we get the Conservatives “in.”
So, what does getting “involved in party politics” mean? It means becoming a voting member of the Republican Party. What does that mean?
[Cross-posted on January 29, 2014 at Redstate.com] Today we learn, from the horse’s mouth, so to speak, that when conservatives unite and organize inside their …
So, what can happen when conservatives figure out that the best way to organize and unite for real political action is . . . wait for it . . . inside a political party?
Will the “tea partiers” in Michigan’s Congressional District 3 follow the Precinct Committeeman Strategy and help Rep. Amash retain his seat?
When Was The Last Time They Attended Their “the Republican Party” Local Committee Meeting?
Conservatives, we’ve had five years now to get organized and united for real political action. It’s just common sense. It’s just basic American Civics. Are …
Will YOU act? Spend an hour. Watch this presentation. Ponder the Strategy. Then decide whether to prioritize your time and ACT politically.
We need approximately 86,500 valid signatures to stop the implementation of Brewer’s and the Brewer RINOs’ Medicaid expansion and force a referendum on the 2014 ballot.
Plato: One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors.