Archive for November, 2012


Winning Elections by Engaging a Transformed Culture

In between bouts of total grief over the loss of the Republic last Tuesday, I’ve been reading some conservative commentary on why Romney lost. Masochistic, I confess. As I’ve read, I’ve found myself becoming alarmed and concerned. A lot of the discussion is inside-baseball: if we tweaked this or that, we would’ve won. The writers [...]

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Bill Whittle’s “Common Sense Resistance” Video: Realistic Post-Election Ideas?

On the night of November 6, 2012, PJMedia commentator Bill Whittle sat down at his webcam. For the next hour-plus, he spoke off-the-cuff and persuasively to conservatives: about moving past the election disaster, and how we can be more effective in the future. He called his ideas Common Sense Resistance. This video is definitely worth [...]

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“This election is different because Obama is by any measure a Marxist”

In a comment to a recent post on RedState, “malvernpa” left the insightful comment below. I’ve divided it into several additional paragraphs, for the sake of readability, but otherwise have left it unedited. From Winston Churchill: “Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, [...]

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