Chris Christie: Early 2016 Frontrunner
Establishment Republicans are having trouble containing their excitement this week. How come? Their candidate of choice – New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie – is polling […]
GOP Establishment Doesn’t Like Dissension
The beauty of America (while it lasts) is that if you don’t agree with the views of a particular candidate or party – you don’t […]
Chris Christie To Campaign For Lindsey Graham
With an eye on the 2016 presidential race newly reelected New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie – who is also the incoming head of the Republican […]
Chris Christie’s Muslim PC Offensive
Chris Christie – who loves to use the memory of the 9/11 attacks to his political advantage – signed a bill in New Jersey two […]
Chris Christie Signs Pro-Gay Bill
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie – who has emerged as the early establishment “Republican” favorite for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination – signed a bill […]
The Next Ron Paul?
For decades, Congressman Ron Paul was the nation’s foremost advocate for the libertarian ideologies of less government and greater individual liberty. From his position in […]
Chris Christie Attacks!
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is invoking the memory of those lost in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in an effort to score political […]
2016: Fiscal Cons Rising
Three of the top six prospects for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination are fiscally conservative United States Senators, a new Public Policy Polling survey reveals. […]
SCDP Slams Haley For CPAC Appearance
Today, Governor Nikki Haley leaves the state to once again serve Governor Romney instead of the people of South Carolina. A few things to keep […]
CPAC Is Doing It Wrong
You may have heard some of the fanfare surrounding this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). This gathering is billed as the conservative event of […]
Nikki Haley Gone Be Prez-O-Dint?
In news that will cause many South Carolinians to expectorate all over their computer monitors, S.C. Gov. Nikki Haley was named as one of ten […]