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Tea Party USA and the Internet

February 25, 2009

Since the idea of a new “Tea Party” to protest the redistributionist economic policies of the Obama Administration was proposed by Rick Santelli on CNBC, the movement for a Tea Party USA has spread across the country.  More and more protests continue to pop up, including in Chicago, California, Florida, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Texas, Wyoming, and [...]

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Should the Rightosphere Get More Involved Party Activism?

February 10, 2009

Stepping away from the stimulus over saturation as of late, John Henke at The Next Right has an interesting post today comparing the relative role that the Conservative blogosphere plays in Republican party politics as opposed to the role that the Liberal blogosphere plays in Democrat party politics.  Henke points out how the Left “net-roots” [...]

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Distinguishing Conservatism from the GOP

December 2, 2008

Erick Erickson of RedState has a post today on how the Conservative movement became overly-entwined with GOP party politics, and became a component of the Republican Party, not a driving force.  As Rush has consistently stated for several years now, Bush is nor has he ever been a movement Conservative.  Conservatives, because they had a [...]

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The State of Conservatism

November 5, 2008

The election is over, most of the votes are counted, and we lost.  All the talk of the polls and samplings, strategy and talking points, ads and stump speeches are now over, and we have a new President-elect.  McCain was graceful in his defeat, and we move forward.  As it stands at this hour, it [...]

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