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Ryan Girdusky

Senator Rand Paul rose to national prominence in March of 2013 during his 13-hour filibuster against the nomination of John Brennan to run the CIA. It showed fortitude, principles, and a strong bladder in the face of Brennan’s belief that…

With the next school year just a month away, New York City’s progressive mayor Bill de Blasio is continuing his war against academic achievement. In his bid for mayor, de Blasio the class warrior cried that there are two New…

Pat Buchanan’s latest book, The Greatest Comeback: How Richard Nixon Rose From Defeat to Create the New Majority (Crown, 400 pages, $28), chronicles the political resurrection of Richard Nixon after he suffered defeats in the presidential election of 1960 and California…

The North Carolina Republican primaries were a big day for the Tea Party. The movement had not one, but two candidates campaigning to take on Democratic Senator Kay Hagan in November. Greg Brannon and Mark Harris had millions of dollars…

If there is a man who represents independence from the political establishment it’s North Carolina’s Walter Jones. A man of principle, Congressman Jones isn’t afraid to buck his own party on issues like foreign policy, extending unemployment insurance, and financial…

There’s a familiar story of a man who has nothing, wins the lotto, and lives the same lavish lifestyle that he once criticized rich people for. Then, in just a few short years, he’s back in poverty, with only memories…

In the wake of Governor Andrew Cuomo’s statement that “extreme conservatives” have no place in New York State because “that’s not what New York is about,” Mayor Bill De Blasio quickly agreed. But Cuomo and de Blasio are not only…

The scandal of The George Washington Bridge and Chris Christie is one of the most overhyped political dramas of the last decade. We live in an era where political vindictiveness and a bully government seem ubiquitous—the IRS scandal, TSA, NSA—and…

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