Category Archives: Republican Party

Why I am proud to be an American

In the best sense of the term, this has been a very patriotic weekend for me. It began on Thursday evening at the Banquet for Life hosted by Safe Harbor. Safe Harbor is a ministry the saints of Providence have … Continue reading

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Raimondo on Coulter

Raimondo seems hopeful that Ann Coulter’s piece against the neo-cons might be a sign that things are changing in the Republican party. One can only hope so. What we may be witnessing is the birth of anti-interventionism on the right, … Continue reading

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What happened to the Republican Party?

The GOP is driving itself into a ditch and there is no one who is going to take the effort to pull it out, even on a  Sabbath. Since 2004 I have been arguing that the GOP is the party … Continue reading

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Paul’s 10% and other thoughts

Paul’s 10% was not the glorious ending enthusiasts like myself expected, but on the other hand he reached the double digit number Fox said he would not reach. Will they still exclude him from the debate? Another interesting dimension of … Continue reading

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Giuliani wants to declare war forever…

In Michael C. Desch’s long, but insightful article for the American Conservative, he details the vastly neo-conservative agenda surrounding the Giuliani campaign. He summarizes each prominent member of the advisory team on foreign affairs. Among them is the author of … Continue reading

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On Mike Huckabee, Quote

Huckabee is a “compassionate conservative” only in the sense that calling him a conservative is being compassionate.–Ann Coulter

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Tancredo Steps Down and Endorses Mitt Romney…

Tancredo, who some months ago, argued in a national debate that he was tired of voting for the lesser of two evils, once again voted for the lesser of two evils. Tom Tancredo has decided to step down from the … Continue reading

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TaxMikeHike Exposes Mike Huckabee…

Now you can get the latest on Mike Huckabee’s record on tax increase and on government subsidies.

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Limbaugh, McCain, and Thompson speak out against Fox News and pro-Giuliani Sean Hannity

By now it is obvious that Fox News has completely abandoned any dimension of neutrality concerning the Republican candidates. Last week, Rush Limbaugh answered a question concerning who he would endorse in the Republican Party by stating that it is … Continue reading

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Ron Paul Podcast #4 – Mike Huckabee’s record.

Show #4 Topic: Mike Huckabee’s record. Download page.  Content:a) Interview with John Fund concerning Mike Huckabee’s record (5 minutes) b) My commentary on Mike Huckabee (4 minutes) This podcast lasts 10 minutes. For previous podcasts go to archives. Podcast Notes: … Continue reading

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Brownback is dropping out…

I mentioned a while back that Brownback would inevitably abandon the race. With his poor showing at the Ames Straw Poll, his unwavering support for illegal immigration (or a path to illegal immigration), his inability to raise money, and his … Continue reading

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Analysis of Republican Candidates on the Debate and Ron Paul’s Fund-Raising explosion…

Last night’s Republican debate on PBS was short and to the point. ((Watch the debate here.)) Fortunately, the top-four candidates decided not to show, which I predict may affect them negatively in the long-run. The debate dealt with economic issues, … Continue reading

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Bombing Holy Sites?

Tom Tancredo stood by his remarks on Sunday’s debate. The week before, while speaking to a group of Iowans he said: If it is up to me, we are going to explain that an attack on this homeland of that … Continue reading

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What of the Republicans?

Election results are slowly coming in for the senate race, but it is evident that the fight will be over Joe Lieberman (Independent) and who will be able to seduce him first. Democrats are in power again after twelve years … Continue reading

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Wiretapping Unconstitutional!

Jonathan Turley debunks the Bush administration.

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Pro-Life or Pro-Death, not both….

LeRoy Collins is seeking desperately to have Catherine Harris drop from her race for a Senate seat. According to Mr. Collins, he has a better chance of being elected. In his website, he poses himself as a typical Republican poster … Continue reading

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Quote, Laurence Vance on Target on the war

The Republican Party has historically been the party of militarism, big government, plunder, compromises, and sellouts. Not in his wildest dreams could Lyndon Johnson have ever imagined his Democratic-controlled Congress increasing total spending or the rate of increase in spending … Continue reading

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Constitutional Heroes and Foe

Howard Phillips writes: Eleven members of the U.S. House of Representatives courageously voted against President Bush’s $52 billion plus supplementary appropriation to deal with the problems arising from Hurricane Katrina. The eleven Constitutional heroes were: Joe Barton (Texas), Jeff Flake … Continue reading

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Does Republicanism mean Pro-Life?

In an article written a few days ago covenantnews.com related the sad reality of the Republican party. If this party were truly consistent with how evangelicals (who by the way without which the Republicans would have vacated the White House) … Continue reading

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The Just War Theory and the War in Iraq

The purpose of this paper is to interact with the war in Iraq; whether it is justified or not in light of the Just War Theory and examine both positions before coming to a reasonable conclusion. Since the question at … Continue reading

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Why Michael Anthony Peroutka; Georger Bush and Inclusivism

We still have three days and about 16 hours for the election and I cannot stress how important it is for us conservatives to think about who we are voting for. I have publicly endorsed Michael Peroutka for President for … Continue reading

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Back to Politics – answering a common objection

A few nights ago in a popular chat channel, we began a brief discussion on why we should vote based on principles rather than on the outcome. Many agreed that in essence voting for Bush would be voting for the … Continue reading

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Should Christians vote for Bush?

This may be an easy question for Christians to answer, but should it be that easy? In this article which appeared on intellectualconservative.com a few months ago, the writer analyzes the Bush administration and brings to the surface facts that … Continue reading

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