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    • UN Treaty soon out of committee — Rally Senators! - 26 Nov 2013
      posted in Alerts

      “This convention sets a precedent for treaties that would actually allow an international body to define our own domestic law.” – Senator Mike Lee (R-UT) ALERT: Dangerous U.N. Disabilities Treaty must be rejected! Take Action and Blast Faxes to Senators! American Conservative, Senate globalists have been working hard this month to move the United Nations […]

    • Obama, Kerry champion U.N. Disabilities Treaty - 22 Aug 2013
      posted in Alerts & Globalism & The Constitution & Treaties

      ALERT: Obama, Kerry champion Global Disabilities Treaty. Take Action! Blast Faxes to Senators! American Conservative, With Congress returning from recess in just a few weeks, the Executive Branch is wasting no time in ramping-up their efforts in favor of the United Nations Disabilities Treaty. Barack Obama recently told disabled American veterans that the Senate’s failure to […]

    • Cruz, Santorum Speak at Family Leader Summit - 13 Aug 2013
      posted in Columns

      Between my duties and opportunities as an exhibitor, speaker, and attendee, I was privy to the full experience that was the 2013 Leadership Summit held by The Family Leader over the weekend. This is the second year for this event hosted in the first in the nation caucus state, and it was bigger and better […]

    • Gay Marriage Could ‘Determine The Future Of The GOP’ - 18 Apr 2013
      posted in Columns

      The modern primary system for determining presidential nominees we take for granted nowadays began in earnest in the 1970s. For the Republicans, it really started in 1976 when Ronald Reagan challenged President Ford. That year Reagan won 11 states and was the runner-up for the nomination. That’s the same number of states Rick Santorum won […]

    • Bob Casey’s poor record will help Mr. Smith go to Washington, Part II - 11 Oct 2012
      posted in Columns & Pennsylvania & Politics & Govt & States

      Part One here. Though Bob Casey Jr. lives just twenty miles away, I cannot recall ever seeing him in the Wilkes-Barre Area—either before or after 2006 when he was elected our US Senator. Casey’s greatest nemesis, Carl Romanelli is from Wilkes-Barre. Perhaps that is why the Senator has been AWOL. He knows his election was […]

    • A Late Nigh Endorsement: Santorum throws support behind Romney - 08 May 2012
      posted in 2012 & Executive & People & Politics & Govt

      Former Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum endorsed his one-time fierce rival Mitt Romney on Monday, a move that may help the party’s presumptive White House nominee win over religious conservatives. Santorum said in an unusual late-night statement that the two have differences, but that he came away from a meeting with the ex-Massachusetts governor impressed […]

    • Ron Paul Pandemic causes Romney split - 20 Apr 2012
      posted in 2012 & Columns & Media & Numbers & People & Politics & Govt & States

      There is a split at the senior levels of the Mitt Romney campaign over how to deal with the ongoing Ron Paul takeover of the Republican Party, this, from an old friend inside.  Some are saying, “Let it happen, so what?  We have the nomination, they represent youth and Hispanics and they are the future, […]

    • With Santorum out, tea party turns to Romney? - 12 Apr 2012
      posted in 2012 & Numbers & People & Politics & Govt & Tea Party & U.S.

      HARRISBURG — Surveying the Republican field after Rick Santorum’s exit from the presidential race Tuesday, Ana Puig’s gaze settled on the only candidate she could support: former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. “The tea party is about fiscal issues and smaller government,” said Puig, a co-leader of the Bucks County-based Kitchen Table Patriots. “The tea party […]

    • Brent Strafford, an American hero - 12 Apr 2012
      posted in Uncategorized

      La vengeance est un plat qui se mange froid. “Vengeance is a dish best served cold.” While all the political news yesterday focused on the end of Rick Santorum’s presidential campaign a colorful drama unfolded in faraway St. Charles, Missouri Tuesday night.  This was the scene of the re-scheduled, famous, St. Charles County GOP Convention. […]

    • Memo: Romney delegates counted too high - 09 Apr 2012
      posted in 2012 & Numbers & People & Politics & Govt

      Rick Santorum’s delegate count is much closer to front-runner Mitt Romney’s than reported, a memo prepared for a conservative campaign huddle in Virginia says. While most estimates show GOP presidential hopeful Romney with 657 or 658 delegates and Santorum with 273 to 281, “the real count” gives Romney 571 delegates and Santorum 342, the memo […]