Another SC Party Of Big Government?
NOW THERE ARE THREE STATUS QUO OPTIONS … As we reported on months ago, two big government fiscal liberals in South Carolina – one Democrat […]
Ravenel: Major Parties Failing Citizens, Taxpayers
In March of 2006 then-U.S. Senator Barack Obama offered an impassioned rebuke of runaway GOP deficit spending during a debate over the nation’s debt ceiling. […]
Romano: What’s the GOP Agenda?
With the generic congressional ballot all but even and Democrats trailing big time in key Senate races in red states like Alaska, West Virginia, and […]
Justin Amash: Nailing It
There’s a perception among certain elected officials that pro-free market, pro-liberty candidates (and their supporters) are crazy. Or “whack-a-doodles,” according to the popular derogatory term. […]
Benko: GOP Death Wish
Amidst the Democratic Party meltdown might elite Republican Party operatives snatch defeat from the jaws of victory? Don’t rule it out. Many elite Republicans lust […]
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 […]
The Most Expensive White Flag Ever?
The unconditional surrender of the “Republican” party is in full effect in Washington, D.C. – meaning an end to the so-called “government shutdown” and the […]
The GOP: Chancellorsville In Reverse
The greatest Southern victory during the “War of Northern Aggression” (relax … we’re just having some fun) took place from April 30 to May 6 […]
Dems Now Demanding Spending Hikes From Divided GOP
“Republicans” clearly didn’t learn anything from Jesus Christ … or their standard bearer, Abraham Lincoln. And American taxpayers are about to pay the price for […]
A “Libertarian Renaissance?”
A new poll from grassroots group FreedomWorks has found that 78 percent of Republicans – and GOP-leaning independents – classify themselves as fiscally conservative and […]
Letter: Give “Approval Voting” A Try
Dear Editor, Your reader’s email about the “None of the Above” ballot initiative (included here) reminded me of a system called “approval voting.” Our current […]