In this letter to the editor of the Conroe Courier, Bill O'Sullivan's message embodies what is best about Americans and why we work as hard as we do. His actions on behalf of our Tea Party have been true and honorable, like the Marines he loves and so proudly represents. It is such a privilege to work with him and other great Americans fighting to secure the blessings of liberty for ourselves and our posterity.
The Newt And Herman Debate—America is “Entitled” to More Like This - "Critics complained that Newt and Herman agreed too much—so we cannot call this a debate. But that was what was so great. They were not looking for reasons to nitpick each other, or strutting for the punchy jab, or sinking into new lows of pettifoggery. They were refreshingly serious—no theatrics, no pettiness." - Debbie Georgatos
If you want a winner in the Cain-Gingrich Lincoln style debate, it would be Newt Gingrich; simply because this format fits the one candidate who has the broadest knowledge of government and policy. This is not to say that Herman Cain did not have his moment and let’s be blunt; Cain did not have to win in the traditional sense for all he needed was to show that he could debate issues beyond a thirty second sound bite. Read more »
Ben Streusand, Advisory Board Chairman of the Texas Chapter of Americans for Prosperity, gives TexasGOPVote a preview of tonight's historic debate between Herman Cain and Newt Gingrich, candidates for the presidency of the United States of America. Bob Price interviews Ben a couple of hours before the debate is scheduled to begin.
Voters are getting tired of biased reporting and suffocating commentary. They are tired of the quick sound bites and boxing match style reporting. People just want to know what is going on so they can decide for themselves. Commentary is not a bad thing, but it means nothing if the people have not first been able to see what is being commented on. Read more »
Lincoln-Douglas Debates: Briefly, they were a series of public and very well attended debates held in seven Congressional districts of Illinois prior to the election of 1858. The debates were between Abraham Lincoln