The Caucus

Andy examines here a feeling I used to get, that supporting a politician may be the safest route to a likely conservative win. He's come away from that, as I surely have. The need here is to fully support the man who demonstrates the most unique courage, ability and common sense at a critical time in history. We need to have the courage to do that, and I'm guessing it'll be contagious. 

By Andrew Boydston

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Procedures for Electing a President

This information was put together by Shari, my Washington State RBR representative. It is specific to WA state and even varies from county to county on some things. She was part of an RBR Core Team mtg. recently, and proceeded to gather information about our own state's practices. Each of you should look into your own state's procedures for becoming involved in the process. The article below should help you to formulate questions of your own.

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Our Next President?

Who will our next President be? Will it be a man or a woman? Will it be a Governor or ex-Governor, or for that matter will it even be a politician?

By Lyman Momeny

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We Must Remember

This is another excellent post that was unable to go up during the site problems that disabled the Blog, among other things. It is a few days after the fact, but deals with international events that are still very current. 

By Dennis Jamison

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Vietnamese Immigrant

Steve Bowen passed this moving address to us.

  
On Saturday, July 24th, 2010 the town of Prescott Valley , AZ,  hosted a Freedom Rally. Quang Nguyen was asked to speak on his experience of coming to America and what it means. He spoke the following in dedication to all Vietnam Veterans. Thought you might enjoy hearing what he had to say:

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The gospel of freedom and Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.

These are apropos thoughts on Martin Luther King's honorary day, beautifully stated.

By Dennis Jamison

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Will Dr. Carson Defy the Narrative?

"Astute political observers know one thing for sure. Money follows winners and winners are chosen by voters. If more voters want candidate A over candidate B...A wins. It is that simple."

By Lyman Momeny

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A Truly Disruptive 'Politician'

This is a rather inspired response to a discussion of candidates that recently transpired on the Hugh Hewitt show. Bob Hanckel shares a fascinating perspective.

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Thomas Jefferson Suggests the Use of a "Pruning Knife"

A friend recently pointed me to some quotes from Thomas Jefferson.  The one that struck me most was from a letter that Jefferson penned to Spencer Roane on March 9, 1821.  He wrote, “The multiplication of public offices, increase of expense beyond income, growth and entailment of a public debt, are indications soliciting the employment of the pruning knife.”

By Jack Meyer

 

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Dr. Carson Sees Israel Clearly

 

In order to understand why President Obama’s policy of appeasing Islamic terrorists is so dangerous, it is important to know the architecture of the Middle East.

By Andrew Boydston 

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Help Wanted

Job description for President of the United States,

By James Hodge

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Once Upon a Christmas

This is a poem for Christmas written by our Sister A. McCray. Merry Christmas one and all!

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How Ben Carson Transcends the Politics of Division

Ben Carson likes to quote Alexis de Tocqueville, so clearly Mr. Carson is a student of history and I’m sure he watched the 2012 presidential race. I hope he learned from it. Doctor: be Dr. Carson. Don’t buy into the notion of being anti-Obama; instead be pro-Carson. It really boils down to pessimism vs. optimism.

 

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A Jew Who Says "Merry Christmas"

I am a Jew. For most of my life if you had tried to force me to say “Merry Christmas” you would have had a fight on your hands. Yet now, I find that after many years of conflicted feelings, I have come full circle on being wished (and wishing others) “Merry Christmas”. No, I am not loosing my Jewish identity; on the contrary, I am very sure that it is stronger than ever.  

By Jerome N. Gould

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Fracking the Vote

Explosive fracking changes the paradigm of the rock structure and hydraulic fracking uses water to move the oil out. Both forms are in play in politics and elections. Both are best illustrated with what is occurring now in the changing dynamics of our populace. It has been the metaphor of all time where water represents all people, and the explosion is a momentary catastrophic event moving and shaking things up.

By Andrew Boydston

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