Iowa Conservatives to Caucus for Leadership, Issues

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Des Moines, IA – Tomorrow night, January 21, 2014 at 7:00p Iowa Republicans and Democrats will go to their respective caucuses.  Midterm caucuses are typically not well attended since it is missing the Presidential straw poll that Iowa is famous for with its First in the Nation status.  Mid-term caucuses focus on selecting delegates for […]

Taking Back The Country: The Crux of the Matter

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A prayer meeting called “The Response” attracted 30,000 plus to Reliant Stadium in Houston on August 6th, 2011. The rally, initiated by Governor Rick Perry of Texas, was billed as non-political, though other similar rallies were planned in Iowa, Florida and Arizona, all coinciding with early Republican primaries in those states. Exactly one week to […]

Government Two Sizes Too Small: Ayn Rand Libertarians

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Some people do not see the government as the God-ordained means for protecting society from those who would destroy it. On this basis, Ayn Rand libertarianism refuses to protect us against attacks on life and marriage; thus it is godless government, or government-too-small. Libertarian philosophy[1] has grown in America in recent years, though it has […]

Vote Tampering by Obama Campaign Suspected, Romney Supporters Allege.

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Some of Romney’s top supporters have been making the case that President Barack Obama is going to try to count many votes for himself that were never intended to be cast for him. How does he plan to pull this off? It is not clear how he will do it, but many in the Romney […]

Looking Backward: Potential, but Utopia?

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The Libertarian movement, as evidenced by supporters of Congressman Ron Paul’s presidential bid, grew in strength during the 2012 Republican presidential primaries. According to the dictionary, a libertarian is one who “advocates for maximizing individual rights and minimizing the role of the state.”[1] The Preamble of the Libertarian party platform makes the following statement: We […]

The Ron Paul Party of Iowa

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After reading Kevin Hall’s piece yesterday at The Iowa Republican about the staffing changes at the Republican Party of Iowa, and his preview on this Saturday’s State Convention I have to ask, “why does Kevin hate liberty?” I don’t think Kevin hates liberty, but that is a common response by some Ron Paul supporters when […]

Ron Paul’s Vote For Prenatal Gendercide Proves He is a Prolife Fraud

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Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX) was one of only seven Republicans (see also here) to vote against the Prenatal Non-Discrimination Act of 2012 yesterday.  He is complicit in the bill’s failure.  Selective Sex Abortion are an ongoing practice.  There is documentation that this is occurring here in the United States. Naturally impossible sex ratios at birth […]

Federal Prisoner Nabs 35% of Early Vote Against Obama in West Virginia Primary

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You won’t see that headline anyway in the mainstream media, but President Barack Obama’s primary opponent in West Virginia, Keith Judd, has won 35% of the early vote in that state’s Democrat primary.  Who is Keith Judd?  He’s currently sitting in prison in Texas.  He’s also made the Idaho ballot and has grabbed a larger […]

Ron Paul Has Just Won Iowa and Minnesota

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Rachel Maddow on MSNBC said that it looks like Ron Paul just won Iowa and likely did no worse than tie for first in Minnesota. Considering that the Iowa GOP State Nominating Commission is now loaded with Ron Paul supporters  and racking up at least half of the Minnesota delegates I would have to agree […]