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Things are looking up

If you’re following events closely – and by definition, that means seeking out conservative news sources beyond the mainstream print, television, and internet media – you’ve probably concluded the United States is lost. Or at least we’re breathing our last gasp. That may be true… or it may not. Thinking long-term, which we arguably don’t have, I think the truth continues to catch fire, and more and more conservatives have their eyes wide open every day. What used to be called “conspiracy theories” are proving to be true. Take just last Friday. “Mitt” Ronna McDaniel, lapdog to the Republican…

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The conservative marketing problem: example #1,538… gas stoves

It pains me to say it, but Joe Scarborough was right about something. On his show this morning, he was talking about Republicans talking about gas stoves, and he said, “It’s so stupid. They’re talking about gas stoves instead of Vladimir Putin threatening nuclear war… instead of China invading Taiwan.” He’s right. That is stupid. But not necessarily for the reasons he thinks. It’s stupid because, once again, the Republican Party’s disaster of a marketing department (that’s me stupidly believing they have one) is reacting to the latest ridiculous idea from Democrats instead of going on offense and talking…

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The 4.6% club

Before Kevin McCarthy was able to win the vote to be the 118th Congress’ Speaker of the House, he had to overcome 20 conservatives who refused to vote for him. Answering the question: How many conservatives are there in Congress – specifically the House of Representatives. We’ve heard talk of “the 1%” – the richest people in American who control a great deal of wealth and have an undue affect on decisions that get made in this country. Now conservatives know how many conservatives there are in the Republican Party. They know how many members of the House are…

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Primarying a candidate is not a threat

Have conservatives learned nothing from the 2020 and 2022 elections? There are no elections. The results are already baked in. It’s all theater. There are few real elections anymore. Just ask Kari Lake in Arizona. If there were real elections, Mitch McConnell wouldn’t have a job. Nobody wants Mitch McConnell in the Senate – or anywhere near politics. Yet, here he is. He wins every time he runs. 18 Senators voted for the $1.7 trillion omnibus bill in late December of 2022. How many are really scared that someone may run against them in their next election primary. The…

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“What’re you gonna do about it?” (The Democrat platform)

I’m not sure if conservatives or the GOP have noticed, but the Democrat approach to achieving their goals is to punch America in the face, stand over them, and ask, “What’re you gonna do?” And they’ve never been more brazen about it. With the help of a bought and paid for mainstream media, along with a weak and feckless Republican Party, they know they can’t be stopped. They know that America can watch a violent riot (if they can find it on any of the network news), and Democrats will stare right at them and say it was a…

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What a time to be a luddite

It’s the digital age. We have the internet. We have social media. We have Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn. We are more connected than ever before. We get information at the swipe of a thumb. The answer to nearly everything is at our literal fingertips. And yet… We are arguably less informed and more lost than ever. We have no idea who to trust. Anyone can say anything, yet people are shadow-banned without even knowing it. No one knows who or what to believe. The propaganda is more pervasive and effective than possibly any other time in our country’s…

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Biden hires administration’s first normal person

In a long overdue victory for regular Americans, Joe Biden today hired his administration’s first seemingly normal person to be the White House’s Secretary of Mediocrity. Pat Morgenthal, the new Secretary, underscores Joe Biden’s pledge for unity and creating an administration that represents all of America. Biden acknowledged that normal people were the only ones left not represented by his administration. Like Pete Buttigieg, who was hired because he’s gay; Rachel Levine, who was hired because he’s trans; Sam Britton, who was hired because he’s an eggheaded freak show; Robert Fenton, who was hired to represent the Satin-worshipping segment…

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Democrat coordination

If I had a dollar for every time I’ve heard the word “ableism” in the past 50 years… I’d have no money. But if I had a dollar for every time I’ve heard the word “ableism” in the 24 hours since the Fetterman/Oz Senate debate, I’d be rich. As always, when the Democrat marketing machine (at least they have one) gets up and running, you’ll start hearing the same words all over the culture – mainstream news outlets, the late night talk circuit, social media, Twitter blue checks, etc. It’s just another Democrat tell, and it stands out most…

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It’s so crazy it just might work…

The way the Democrats are behaving, you’d think they didn’t want to win this election. Refusing to debate. Running unelectable candidates. Destroying the economy while pretending everything is great. Allowing crime to continue on. Mutilating children in the name of transgenderism. Actively arguing for porn in schools. Brazenly lying by saying things that are happening in front of all of us aren’t. It’s almost as if they want to lose. What if they do? What if they realize, and have already learned from the past two years, that whomever is in power when things go bad is going to…

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Misinformation is the new fake news

When Kelly Conway first uttered the phrase “fake news,” it was quickly ridiculed by Democrats across the country. When President Trump adopted it, it became a punchline to any conservative claims, facts, or observations that didn’t fly with mainstream media coverage. Democrats, as they do so well, effectively turned it into a punchline that often made the person who said it in seriously out to be a nutjob conspiracy theorist. But they also went one better. They improved on it. The Democrats came up with “misinformation,” which sounds far more serious and sophisticated. While “fake news” is the utterance…

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