Posts Tagged ‘ Election ’

The Tea Party Is Dead … Long Live the Tea Party

May 10, 2012
The Tea Party Is Dead … Long Live the Tea Party

Note:  This is a guest blog by long-time Tea Party activist Phil Anderson – Phil and I worked together in the Tea Party and the Clark County Republican Party in 2009-10 – he’s a good guy and a savvy observer of the political scene in Nevada and around the country.   By Phil Anderson of […]

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Is The (Tea) Party Over?

May 3, 2012

Has the Tea Party run its course? Is the Party over? In 2009, America erupted in a passionate frenzy of grass-roots patriotic involvement in the fate of their country.  It started spontaneously, it grew spontaneously, it had profound influence spontaneously, and now, perhaps, it is fading spontaneously.  Is it a victim of its own success? […]

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Why Ron Paul Still Matters …

April 29, 2012

Even though the numbers make it impossible for Ron Paul to win a first-round victory in Tampa – and those same numbers suggest that it’s virtually impossible for Mitt Romney to NOT win a first-ballot victory in Tampa, many Ron Paulers are impassioned about his candidacy, and vow to go the distance for Dr. Paul.  […]

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Guest Blog – We were hoping for Patton…Instead we got Eisenhower

April 25, 2012

Editor’s Note – this Guest Blog is by Phil Anderson – Phil and I worked together in the Clark County Republican Party in 2009-2010 (Tea Party Time!) – he’s a great guy and a true conservative, and founder of successcityonline.com, a business that builds websites for down-ticket conservative political candidates.  Ned Barnett – Nevada Conservative […]

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Mr. Newt Consistent to the Bitter End … and the Bitter End … and the Bitter End …

April 11, 2012

Newt Gingrich’s inconsistency is nothing if not consistent. On Sunday, he was on one of the talking-head Sunday talk shows, where, in a very statesmanlike fashion, he allowed that Romney will, in all likelihood, be the Republican nominee (this a day before Rick Santorum’s departure from the race made that near-certainty into an absolute).  But […]

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Mr. Newt Challenges Obama’s Basketball Passion – Bounces … Check

April 11, 2012

Millionaire former Speaker of the House of Representatives Newt Gingrich recently bounced an embarrassing check – the one he sent to Utah to cover the cost of registering to be a candidate in that state’s June primary. Not that his presence on the ballot in the home of Mormon America will make a lot of […]

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Santorum Just Saved Romney … in November

April 10, 2012

By acknowledging the inevitable and bowing out now (perhaps before an embarrassing loss in home-state Pennsylvania, certainly before a decisive loss in Tampa), Rich Santorum may have done more to defeat Barack Obama and ensure the victory of Mitt Romney than most people would be willing to believe. For example – Romney was planning to […]

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Why Obama Won’t Win This Time …

April 4, 2012

While I don’t discount Republicans’ almost uncanny ability to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory, and while I don’t discount the awesome power of incumbency that Obama can be counted on to use and abuse, I’m going out on a limb here. Obama won’t win this time – and there is a very specific […]

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Las Vegas – The Most Unsurvivable City in America

April 3, 2012

Among my clients is a friend who is also an expert in survival (if you’ve seen the Nat-Geo series “Preppers” you’ll have an idea of what we’re talking about here), and in working with her on a series of seminars for how to prepare to survive The End Of The World As We Know It […]

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Santorum – The New Nixon?

April 2, 2012

It occurs to me, having just watched Brit Hume analyze (favorably) Santorum’s campaign on Fox News, that Rick Santorum is – 50 years later – our New Nixon. Recall that in ’62, former Vice President Richard Nixon decisively lost his bid to become the governor of California (losing to an unknown B-list actor, Ronald Reagan), […]

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