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There is an actual gift hidden within Trump’s election: Suddenly, left-leaning partisans — many of whom have never met a government program they didn’t like, a boatload of money they didn’t want to spend on a study determining the proper gender roles of wombats, or an “incorrect” opinion they didn’t yearn to squash in the name of “free speech” — are learning to harbor a healthy distrust of big government.
Senator Ben Sasse, a principled limited government constitutional conservative if there ever was one, asks why are Americans faced with the choice of #NeverHillary or #NeverTrump. Sasse says there is room – indeed an appetite – for an alternative candidate. What say you?
Conservative businessman Paul Nehlen has confirmed he will challenge Paul Ryan for the Wisconsin District 1 seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.
If you are a limited government constitutional conservative, a national defense conservative or a values first voter who cares about the culture we urge you to take the two minute Donald Trump video challenge before you vote today. You can watch the video on YouTube through this link.
What the Republican establishment fears more than anything, including a Donald Trump nomination, is that when Ted Cruz wins he brings more than a new Republican administration to power – he brings us – the limited government constitutional conservative movement to power.
There’s a reason why the American public doesn’t understand socialism: the party which claims to be the alternative doesn’t really seem to be the alternative. Republicans approved the bailouts, the Patriot Act, No Child Left Behind, Sarbanes-Oxley, Medicaid Part D, and the VA System. Republicans massively increased spending, instead of cutting government.
The Libertarian Party dismissed Obama’s State of the Union address as another effort to “make Big Gov't even bigger.” Arvin Vohra of the Nat'l Libertarian Comm. said O’s ideas, & even those being advanced by many R's, are about letting the gov't take more control over people’s lives.
A recent Gallup poll which asked Americans to name "the most important problem" facing the U.S. shows that pet Dem. issues rank near the bottom of the list. The "economy in general" was the biggest concern at 17%, then "dissatisfaction with gov't" (16%) & "unemployment/jobs" (10%).
Fifty years ago today, Ronald Reagan gave us famous “A Time For Choosing” speech. The principles he laid out are equally, or perhaps more, relevant today.
After 6 years of Obama, limited government as a philosophy is holding its own.
It's time to identify a set of conservative priorities that a Repub. Senate would tackle in '15 and send a signal to the conservative grassroots that a Repub. victory will mean a new focus in Washington on limited government and upholding the Constitution.
“A state like this where you see so much growth and so much change…having a limited government apparatus on top of that and a robust private sector has been really good for us,” says Erica Grieder.
Mitch McConnell needs to go, even at the cost of seeing a Dem. elected in KY. We should no longer support Republicans intent on betraying the limited government, common sense politics for which they ran on. At least Dems. are honest about what they are, as opposed to Republicans like Mitch McConnell.
Conservatives like Cruz are simply seeking to restore our nation to our founding principles. It’s shameful that the Party that supposedly agrees with conservatives on principle is so caught up with maintaining their power that they are all too often willing to sacrifice principle and even country to keep that power.
Jim DeMint said, “I think a lot of Americans, regardless of political labels, feel the same way. This [the Tea Party] is just millions of Americans who are concerned about spending and debt … a lot of folks who believe in limited government, less spending and debt are concerned that under this president.”
No one feels sorry for Republicans these days, as conservatives are finally calling their bluff.
Mark Levin's new book may be just what we need. He calls for a constitutional revision that limits the powers of Congress and SCOTUS.
Rep. Justin Amash’s principled stand for liberty and privacy is in stark contrast to the House Republican leadership who have largely ignored the illegal and unconstitutional acts of the Obama security apparatus in favor of a “security at any cost” attitude toward the NSA's domestic surveillance program.
If we are to establish a conservative government for America we have a huge task ahead of us, but the labor will be made easier if there is a principled limited government constitutional conservative leader calling grassroots conservatives, libertarians and Tea Partiers to the task. Senator Rand Paul’s comments to Breitbart’s Matthew Boyle are encouragement that at least one leader who fits that description is considering answering the call.