With the Tea Partiers

With the Tea Partiers

Hadn’t-a Been for Grayson

By 10.24.13

The Tea Party would still be getting hung out to dry.

With the Tea Partiers

The Tea Party Returns to Washington

By 6.20.13

Yesterday's "Audit the IRS" rally brought together regular Americans from across the country.

With the Tea Partiers

The (Real) Great Divide

By From the May 2013 issue

The GOP can make up the data and technology gap in a relatively short time.

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Main Street Deserves a Level Playing Field

By 3.15.13

It is fundamentally conservative to subject online and brick-and-mortar retailers to the same taxes.

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It’s Not Over by a Long Shot

By From the November 2012 issue

Conservatives must wage a perpetual campaign.

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Gross Misconceptions

By 11.6.12

There is nothing mysterious about an economy recovering on its own -- if politicians do not create needless complications and uncertainties.

With the Tea Partiers

The Real Choice

By From the October 2012 issue

Let’s face it: We’re hanging by a thread on the very edge of a cliff.

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Obama’s Real Second Term Plan

By 10.26.12

You won't recognize this country after his second term -- the obvious reason he's not telling you what he has in mind for it.

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A Little Less Conversation and a Lot More Action

By From the September 2012 issue

BY NOW WE'VE HEARD the convention speeches, watched countless hours of cable news, viewed political commercial after commercial, and spent months talking about the 2012 election. Well, it’s time for a little less conversation and a lot more action. September must be a wake-up call for not just conservatives but for every American, regardless of party, who is afraid of what our country will look like with four more years of Obama, a Democrat-controlled Senate, and overall impotent leadership in the face of a mounting fiscal crisis.

Let’s just peer into our possible future for a moment.If Americans don’t engage to keep this nation free, our economy will continue to buckle under the weight of trillions in additional debt. Our businesses and families at all income levels will be asked to foot the bill for more government. The Obamacare tax hike (or actually the 20 tax hikes inside that hideous leviathan) will be followed by a rollback of the Bush tax cuts, amounting to a onetwo punch in the gut for every American. And it won’t solve the deficit or debt crisis by a long shot.

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The Crime Scene Is Local

By From the July - Aug 2012 issue

Because that's where big-government spending begins.

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