Tag: "Conservatism"

“Because I am an American. And I Can”

| July 9, 2011 | Comments (1)

There are days I am immensely proud of my friends. Today is one of those days. Prompted by the story about which I wrote in this post, Ben Domenech posted a series of tweets that together are as eloquent a defense of the wonder that is America as I’ve ever read. With his permission, I  [...]

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The Delivery Presents – A Rush Rebuttal and Sports Talk with Ashley

The Delivery Presents - A Rush Rebuttal and Sports Talk with Ashley

| February 16, 2011 | Comments (2)

Episode 78 is ready for your listening and downloading pleasure. I’m rather pleased with how the show came out and a little bit surprised that I’ve taken to the long-form rant format as well as I have. Unlike a lot of radio and podcasts hosts, I don’t like to yell at my listeners. When I [...]

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Fear, Loathing, and The Ghey at CPAC

| December 28, 2010 | Comments (41)

This is foolishness wrapped in stupidity tied up in a bow marked “political suicide”. Two of the nation’s premier moral issues organizations, the Family Research Council and Concerned Women for America, are refusing to attend the Conservative Political Action Conference in February because a homosexual activist group, GOProud, has been invited. “We’ve been very involved [...]

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The Right-Wing “Rift” and the Wormtongues Who Want It

The Right-Wing “Rift” and the Wormtongues Who Want It

| December 3, 2010 | Comments (73)

Dana Loesch has an excellent post at Big Journalism today about the war the left really wants to see between Christian conservatives and libertarians (via Instapundit) Coalitions between different groups who have various beliefs in common are instrumental to success. We can’t disrespect, by way of discounting or misunderstanding our different sticking points, the beliefs [...]

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Put the Angry Mob on Hold. We’re Still Fighting Progressives Over Here.

Put the Angry Mob on Hold. We’re Still Fighting Progressives Over Here.

| November 8, 2010 | Comments (2)

Erick Erickson, bestselling conservative author and CNN commentator, wants you to know today that he’s not blaming anyone specifically for the Republican Party’s failure to turn a historic election into a super-dee-duper historic election. No, sirree. He’s not blaming anyone in particular at all, and he’s not encouraging you to blame anyone either. Nope. He’s [...]

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Building the Lasting Majority Begins with Michele Bachmann

Building the Lasting Majority Begins with Michele Bachmann

| November 7, 2010 | Comments (5)

In my last post, I wrote that the Tea Parties and the GOP are going to have to learn to blend their strengths if they have any hope of being a lasting majority. The GOP can start that process by giving Michele Bachmann a leadership position in the next Congress. This blending will not happen [...]

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The Chamber of Commerce is Not Necessarily Our Friend

| October 15, 2010 | Comments (8)

Last night, I suggested rather sarcastically on Twitter that Glenn Beck’s “money bomb”, wherein he asked his legion of listeners to donate to the Chamber of Commerce, was not a very wise move. That tweet started a discussion with a couple other Twitter users who felt that Beck sent a “message” to the President that [...]

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The Delivery Presents – Delaware Conservatism and Fantasy Football. One of These is Fun.

The Delivery Presents - Delaware Conservatism and Fantasy Football. One of These is Fun.

| September 19, 2010 | Comments (2)

Once in a while, it’s just necessary to sit back and have a nice, relaxed solo show. That was Episode 55 in a nutshell. I took on no controversial subjects, offered no sage advice, and certainly did not place poxes on any Senatorial candidates from Delaware. Why that would just have been silly of me! [...]

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