Gerlach’s Voting Record Speaks For Itself By: Dan Pourreau

March 26, 2011 
Filed under Conservatism

Some have claimed Gerlach voted to “gut” the EPA and prevent it from enforcing the Clean Air Act. Others have claimed that he has “abandoned our core environmental and public heath programs.” These charges are baseless and demonstrate the lengths to which environmental activists will distort the truth to advance their goals.

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Freedom in America

February 6, 2011 
Filed under Conservatism, Voices of Liberty

Freedom in America

By Richard Minnick. Since the early history of our country, the protection of our basic freedoms has been of the utmost importance to Americans. A poem by Langston Hughes, “Freedom,” emphasizes the struggle to enjoy the freedoms that he knows are rightfully his. He reflects the American desire for freedom now when he says, “I do not need my freedom when I’m dead. I cannot live on tomorrow’s bread.” American’s recognize the need for freedom in its entirety without compromise or fear.

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Economic Freedom and Conservatism

February 3, 2011 
Filed under Conservatism, Economy

Economic Freedom and Conservatism

The Heritage Foundation’s annual analysis of global economic freedom has a wealth of information on how embracing the conservative principles of individual liberty and limited government (spending) promote prosperity for all.

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Excerpts From Eisenhower’s Farewell Address

January 23, 2011 
Filed under Conservatism, History

Excerpts From Eisenhower’s Farewell Address

On the 50th anniversary of President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s farewell, this fine speech concisely describes many conservative values and ideals.

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Aggression Over Merry Christmas?

January 13, 2011 
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Aggression Over Merry Christmas?

By Tony Basilio Jr. I say Merry Christmas because, as a lifelong Christian myself, I happen to celebrate Christmas as the birth of Jesus. For me it IS the Christmas Season and not the holiday season.

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A Response by a Conservative Thinker

January 9, 2011 
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A Response by a Conservative Thinker

By Bill Hanrahan. To Karen Porter, Chester County leftist: You and I will probably never agree on many issues but we can and must be civilized. There is a lot of hatred in the political discourse in America and it is certainly not just those on the right that are to blame.

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Socialism is So Last Season

May 31, 2010 
Filed under Conservatism, Limited Government

Socialism is So Last Season

Pia Varma “In matters of style, swim with the current; in matters of principle, stand like a rock.”- Thomas Jefferson Oh how I wish Paris Hilton would endorse free market capitalism! It would be the “must-have” economic philosophy of the season. She has to think its cool, right? After all, her Great Great Grandfather, Conrad […]

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The Great Water Heist

September 22, 2009 
Filed under Conservatism, Limited Government

The Great Water Heist

In the quest to “do something”, mandates on riparian buffers coming from the county level are little more than feel-good ordinances that put unreasonable restrictions on landowners. Riparian ordinances often end up creating ever larger buffers, so large that a homeowner’s property becomes untouchable, and at the same time not addressing the primary sources of water pollution: agriculture, industry, and waste treatment.

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Conservative Environmentalism

April 23, 2009 
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Conservative Environmentalism

Conservatives frequently come under fire for being “anti-environment.” Their accusers “conveniently” forget that the environmental movement was started by conservatives.

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