Shane Vander Hart: Watching the White House right now is like watching a dumpster fire. It’s captivating, but it stinks & President Trump keeps fueling it.
To heal a divided nation we need to practice civility, encourage federalism, and recognize that politics won’t restore our culture, only the Gospel can.
Adam Graham: Evan McMullin may occasionally be too bold, but far too often, Trump-skeptical conservatives have been too passive.
Adam Graham: Personal decency and character should define conservative candidates, but be coupled with the ability to offer bold, conservative leadership.
With the continued string of unforced errors from Donald Trump is it possible that delegates at the Republican National Convention will mutiny?
Social conservative insiders were asked how GOP presidential candidates should react to the Supreme Court’s anticipated ruling on gay marriage.
David Frum wrote the most asinine piece in The Atlantic. He asks when will the Republican leadership fight back? One would think he was talking about fighting back against Democrats, but no he was talking about their favorite bloodsport fighting back against the “extreme elements” in the Republican Party. Which is really the majority of […]
The Family Leader held its U.S. Senate Family Forum last night at Faith Baptist Bible College in Ankeny, IA. Senatorial candidates Matt Whitaker, Mark Jacobs, Joni Ernst, and Sam Clovis participated in the forum. Erick Erickson, Fox News contributor and founder of RedState.com, moderated the event. Senator Chuck Grassley, Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds, and The […]
(Urbandale, IA) The FAMiLY LEADER will host a U.S. Senate Candidate Forum on Friday evening, April 25th. The location of the forum will be in the Des Moines metro area, venue will be announced at a later date. The timing of this forum, less than six weeks before the Iowa primary, is critical both to […]
Matt Drudge reported last night that Romney is narrowing his choices for Vice President and that Condoleeza Rice was a frontrunner. Late Thursday evening, Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign launched a new fundraising drive, ‘Meet The VP’ — just as Romney himself has narrowed the field of candidates to a handful, sources reveal. And a surprise […]
Yes I’m disappointed in the Supreme Court’s ruling on the Patient Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, and yes I am surprised that Chief Justice John Roberts sided with the liberal figures on the Court. I’m not up on the ledge and you shouldn’t either. If you are it’s time to step away. God is […]
I was out in the hinterlands (aka Northern Minnesota) the last few days and so I really feel out of the loop. I just read at POLITICO that Texas Governor Rick Perry plans to announce that he intends to run for President during a speech he will give at the RedState Conference in Charleston, SC. […]
Steve Deace of WHO Radio wrote a blog post today that got me thinking… he said: One of the national bloggers I’ve been reading lately is Erick Erickson of RedState. Unlike me, Erickson appears to still be a partisan Republican who views defeating Democrats as the primary goal. On the other hand, I think my […]
I’ve been hard on Mike Huckabee regarding his decision not to endorse Doug Hoffman in the New York 23rd Congressional District Race. Last night in a “round-up” I did on the race, I updated with information received from Erick Erickson at RedState. I’ve known this for a couple of weeks and hoped it wasn’t true. […]
Ok last post today, and probably this weekend about this bombshell news, unless something else breaks over the weekend. I doubt it though. I’ve been reading different reactions/responses, a lot of speculation out there. Erick Erickson had a few additional thoughts about this news, and he made an interesting point. I’ve had this running thought […]