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Paul Ryan’s “Two Futures”

February 2, 2010

Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan is a budget wizard.  You don’t mess with him.  As the ranking member of the House Budget Committee, he’s got the numbers, the intellect and the talent to flatten many opponents.  In a way he’s the 2000s version of Jon Kasich, who back in the 1990s was the major contributor to [...]

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NRO’s Top 25 Conservative Movies

February 15, 2009

National Review Online has created a list of the Top 25 Best Conservative Movies, along with a second list of 25 as honorable mentions.  The movies in both lists are as diverse as can be, ranging from patriotic war flicks such as We Are Soldiers, Heartbreak Ridge, and The Patriot, to the completely politically incorrect [...]

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Say “No” to Conservative Class Warfare

November 21, 2008

There is a movement of “reformers” within the Conservative movement who want to target Conservative policies to the middle-class.  Ramesh Ponnuru at National Review is one of them.  I don’t have a problem with coming up with ideas that benefit the middle class, but it should not turn into class warfare.  Ponnuru, I feel, is [...]

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Where Have All the Conservatives Gone?

September 30, 2008

I enjoy reading National Review’s The Corner.  It is a great blog with some great contributors, from K-Lo, to The Great One (Mark Levin).  For the past two days, however, reading some of the contributors on the Corner has gotten my blood boiling.  From Rich Lowry and his friends, to Victor Davis Hanson, Ramesh Ponnuru, Peter Wehner, and Jim [...]

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