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Ned Ryun
Ned Ryun is the founder and president of American Majority, a political training institution, and a senior editor of The American Spectator. You can follow him on Twitter @nedryun.
by | Sep 15, 2012

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…

by | Jul 6, 2012

THIS YEAR FEDERAL CANDIDATES and campaigns will spend more than $1 billion trying to convince Americans that if you send them to Washington, they will reduce spending, cut waste, solve America’s debt crisis, eliminate world hunger, and bring about world…

by | Jun 7, 2012

For years, conservatives looking to effect change have turned their eyes to Washington, D.C., and the national political and media scene. Naturally, a philosophy that promotes a centralized solution to every problem finds a happy reception among the elites who…

by | May 7, 2012

Time and again the progressive Left succeeds in forcing people to play by its rules. We see it in the halls of Congress, in statehouses, and even in school boards, as principled politicians run and hide to escape being labeled…

by | Apr 13, 2012

Even those who barely follow politics couldn’t avoid seeing Wisconsin constantly in the news last year. It started with Governor Scott Walker’s much-needed Budget Repair Bill, which curbed bargaining rights for many public-sector employees. A state Supreme Court race (considered…

by | Mar 8, 2012

The mainstream media notwithstanding, there is no denying the enormous impact the Tea Party move-ment has had on American politics since 2009. No grassroots movement has risen so quickly, so spontaneously, and changed the national political narrative so rapidly in…

by | Feb 21, 2012

This February marks the three-year anniversary of the Tea Party, and with the 2012 presidential election in full swing, many are wondering whether the Tea Party will be a factor in bringing down the Obama presidency and have the ability…

by | Nov 18, 2011

Those familiar with the Tea Party movement know that one of its more sophisticated coalitions is the Ohio Liberty Council (OLC), a collection of 80 Tea Party and 9/12 groups spread across the Buckeye State. As an umbrella organization, the…

by | Oct 10, 2011

During the American Revolution, roughly a third of all colonists supported King George III, and, for the most part, Parliament. Though completely surrounded by the wildfire of political rebellion, these Tories continued to support the status quo. Thankfully, our founders…

by | Sep 16, 2011

This past spring, the new chairman of the American Conservative Union, Al Cardenas, told the Washington Times, “Truth be told…these tea party newcomers have been able to achieve what the rest of us couldn’t.” By “us,” it’s assumed Mr. Cardenas…

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