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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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“Let me be clear” is a democrat tell

Barack Obama was one of the first politicians I can remember to conspicuously use the phrase “let me be clear.” He used it a lot, and as I started to notice, he used it specifically when he was about to lie to you. Recently, I’ve noticed that Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, and a host of Democrats also use the phrase. And like Obama, they will most assuredly lie immediately after telling you they’re going to be clear. It’s a tell. Like playing poker, as soon as you hear a Democrat say “let me be clear,” you know they are…

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The October surprise?

Today, Democrat House Representative from Hawaii posted this message on Twitter saying she was leaving the Democrat Party: For those who’ve been watching and reading Tulsi Gabbard, the biggest surprise was that she ever considered herself a Democrat in the first place. Everything she’s been posting has been very reasonably straight out of the conservative philosophy. But for whatever reason, she thought she was a Democrat. I have a thought on why that might be. As I wrote recently, there are many people who consider themselves Democrats who are actually fundamentally aligned with conservatism. I’ve long suspected Representative Gabbard…

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Liberals don’t hate America

God knows, conservatives have more than their share of marketing issues. They don’t know how to use any of the channels. They don’t understand timing. They’re constantly reactive – never proactive. They underestimate the left constantly. The list goes on… But probably their worst problem is their inability to craft and articulate a message that resonates. Chief among them is the lazy assertion made by conservative media, talk radio, and some politicians alike: Liberals (the left) hates America. While there are undoubtedly some on the left who do – and that case is easiest to make about those running…

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The midterms are not the most important election

On November 8, and in some places, a month before, and in other places, a month after, Americans will go to the polls, or random boxes in the streets, or their local post office, and vote for their Congresspeople. With everything belonging to the Democrats right now, the House and Senate both need to pick up enough Republicans to reintroduce gridlock into our system. (Because I think we can all agree our government is most successful when it gets nothing done.) However, this isn’t the most important election of our time. It’s not even the most important election in…

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The “great reset” joke’s on them

Many conservatives and the three remaining journalists are starting to unearth evidence to support the conspiracy theory that the “vaccines” were really about population control. The evidence comes from writers like Alex Berenson and The Ethical Skeptic and podcasts like Todd Herman’s. The data is showing that those who were vaccinated are dying at a greater rate than the unvaccinated. I know many of the socialists who are trying like hell to run things were saying, if not hoping, that the conservatives who didn’t get the vaccination would die, as a result. But if this data is true, it’s…

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Republicans can’t ignore LinkedIn

LinkedIn feeds, seen by millions, have gotten increasingly political in the past few years – especially in the tech sector, and the Republican Party representation is, as always, nowhere to be found. Political activism has always been a component of LinkedIn, whether better pay for women in the tech sector, salary transparency, their company’s climate activism, or diversity in the workforce. But when COVID hit, people started airing out their mental illness. Probably not surprising this coincided with transgender activism. And then when the Dobbs Supreme Court decision was decided, everyone took great pride on coming out to talk…

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Battling corruption: the Republican winning message

The Republican Party needs a winning message – not just for the 2022 midterms, but for the 2024 general election, as well. Nothing could be more powerful than fighting corruption. The country is terribly divided right now. It’s accentuated by the fact that the parties, and those who defend them, are so aggressively at each other’s throats about, well… everything. It used to be that the two parties wanted the best for America, but disagreed on how to get there. Now they disagree on the fundamental direction of the country, and many will tell you we can’t come back…

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