Ted Cruz’ Grass Roots Tsunami versus Obama’s Sinkhole

Ted Cruz recently said that that it will take a “grassroots tsunami” to push legislators to stand in opposition to the national health-care law. He believes that if they do, they can win the argument against Obamacare. According to the Senator, “We need 41 Republicans in the Senate or we need 218 Republicans in the House.” I agree with the Senator and respectfully recommend that the earthquake he needs to shake up this tsunami is House Resolution H.422, which “Express[es] the sense of the House of Representatives regarding the superiority of capitalism as an economic model.” The bill can be read at this link. This 2-page resolution lays out the guiding principles of a party committed to free

Mark Levin to Sean Hannity, “We Need the Resolve the Left Has!”

During a recent interview on the Sean Hannity show, while discussing his new book “The Liberty Amendments, Restoring the American Republic,” Mark Levin said, “We need the RESOLVE the Left has!” He’s correct. If there is ONE thing on which President Obama has been unequivocal, it’s his resolve to transform America into a Socialist nation. Every speech he delivers remains true to the slogan, “from each according to his ability, to each according to his need.” Conversely, despite ample opportunity and the extraordinary EASE by which they can theoretically and practically support it, the Right has responded with NO coherent set of principles through which they can oppose Obama and inspire Americ

How to Unify the Republican Party and Inspire Americans

Republicans should continue their efforts to defund Obamacare and secure our borders. However these issues should not be the central themes on which to unify the party. Only a crystal clear statement in support of Capitalism has the power to energize Republicans and the country at large, and reverse Obama’s transformation of America towards Socialism. That crystal clear statement was made nearly two years ago, with the submission of Congressional Resolution H.RES.422, “Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives regarding the superiority of capitalism as an economic model.” Ironically, the Left was also making its clear statement by launching the “Occupy Movement.” The difference is

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