All posts tagged "Republicans"

  • Politics
    The Sky is Falling!

    (Rich Galen, Mullings.com) – Here’s a pretty accurate representation of the way many Republicans currently view the race...

  • Politics
    “Rejoice Republicans!” and “A Drought of Intelligence”

    (Chuck Muth, Citizen Outreach) – REJOICE, REPUBLICANS! For the life of me, I don’t understand that angst among some Republicans about the large and growing field of presidential candidates.  Republicans should be celebrating this extraordinary and unique field that will, as always, winnow itself down as time goes on. Consider this roster… The...

  • Politics
    Roll Call: GOP Women’s Recruitment Effort adapts for 2016

    (Nicole Puglise of Roll Call) – The Republican women’s recruitment effort is experiencing some growing pains. Project GROW (which...

  • Politics
    No Truce with the Left

    (Daniel Greenfield) – There comes a time when every conservative thinker tries to find some common ground with...

  • Opinion
    Conservatives pursuing two-pronged, scorched-Earth war on Tax Hike

    (Chuck Muth, Citizen Outreach) – Nevadans all across the state are “fioreous” over the recently passed largest tax hike in Nevada’s history – including the creation of a new gross receipts tax very similar to the one Nevada voters overwhelmingly rejected last November by almost 80 percent! And there are two distinct...

  • Politics
    LVRJ: Nevada conservatives launch call to battle against tax hikes

    (Ben Botkin of Las Vegas Review-Journal) – It’s a scene that has played out in the meeting rooms of county Republican groups throughout Nevada. Upset Republicans passing resolutions denouncing the more moderate GOP legislators who voted for the $1.1 billion tax package approved by the 2015 Legislature. Such indignation was on full display...

  • Government
    Protecting Bad Bureaucrats or Serving America’s Veterans?

    (Newt Gingrich) – On Thursday, Republicans on the House Veterans Affairs Committee took a decisive step to make...

  • Opinion
    Nevada GOP blisters “deplorable” tax-hiking Republicans

    (Nevada Republican Party) – As the 78th Session of the Nevada Legislature ends, the Nevada Republican Party is extremely disappointed that SB483, the largest tax increase in Nevada history, was passed by the Assembly in a 30-10 vote, ratified by the Senate in a 18-3 vote and is headed to the Governor’s...

  • Opinion
    Nevada Republicans are stupidest Republicans in America – and just committed fraud

    (Wayne Allyn Root) – I was shocked to see in your paper several Republican leaders in Carson City gloating over the massive record-setting tax increase they just passed. They appear so proud of themselves. One of them proudly stated, “We proved Republicans can pass tax increases.” As if that’s something to state...

  • Opinion
    The GOP, economic populism, and ‘that giant sucking sound’

    (Robert Romano for NetRightDaily.com) – The National Review’s Quin Hillyer had a very interesting piece on May 11...

  • Politics
    Look Out Taxpayers, Here Come the Republicans!

    (Chuck Muth) – It wasn’t supposed to be like this. When Republicans won the Governor’s office, as well as control of the State Senate and the State Assembly last November, Nevada taxpayers were supposed to be safe.  At least for this one session. Indeed, for this one session – the first time the...

  • Politics
    Republicans Form Circular Firing Squad

    (Roger Stone/The Stone Zone) – On the eve of the presidential nomination of Barry Goldwater at the 1964 Republican National Convention, Pennsylvania Governor William Scranton released a letter to the Senator accusing him of “nuclear irresponsibility” and “supporting a whole crazy-quilt collection of absurd and dangerous positions”. In his last-minute attempt to...

  • Government
    Message To GOP Super Committee: Embrace The Joy Of Failure

    (Wayne Allyn Root) – The Congressional “Super Committee” tasked with cutting the debt has failed. Good. Embrace the joy of failure. Sometimes failure works out for the best. Because in this case “failure” leads to the Holy Grail: $1.2 Trillion in forced spending cuts. That’s the best thing that could have ever...

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