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Contreras for Congress!(2)

By Jason Sprinkle Janet Contreras is a successful businesswoman, mother, wife and candidate to unseat Ed Pastor. In an election year where even the Democrats are acknowledging the impending swing in the balance of power in both the House and the Senate, Americans are shying away from he career incumbent and looking to their neighbors [...]

PledgeToAmerica.com, The 2010 Republican Agenda(3)

Pledge To America is the name of the political plan GOP leaders unveiled as the successor to their 1994 Contract With America. The website/blog is dedicated to the conservative movement and the upcoming November elections. Please visit the website www.PledgeToAmerica.com.

FOREIGN AID: YOUR TAX DOLLARS AT WORK(4)

By Jason Sprinkle A recent discussion on Facebook got me to thinking about money. The discussion started with a fundamental disagreement over the right of Pastor Terry Jones to host his Koran-b-que. I know, not a whole lot to do with finance. But I will save my opinions on this subject, since others have already [...]

The New ‘Contract With America’(18)

Pledge to America is the name of the political plan GOP leaders unveiled as the successor to their 1994 Contract With America. The website/blog is dedicated to the conservative movement and the upcoming November elections. Please make suggestions as to what should be in the ‘New Contract’.

Moral Atrophy(7)

By Jason R. Manning My fellow Americans, how could it be that we as a nation founded on conviction of the human soul, cannot recognize the progeny staring back in the mirror? Have we not seen the bright spots of free principals vindicated over our triumphs against tyrants? Have we also not seen the ugly [...]

Who’s Scarier, Code Pink or Islamists?(3)

By Jason R. Manning During my daily news perusal, there are new reports of school children in Afghanistan who were gassed along with some fourteen teachers. Of course these were little girls trying to claim a piece of humanity for themselves while the usual monsters work diligently to stop them. I was curious about how [...]

The Glenn Beck Event That Shall Not Be Called a Rally(36)

By Jason Sprinkle Serendipity. N. 1. Good luck in making unexpected and fortunate discoveries. I will use serendipity in a sentence… It was serendipitous that my recent move to the Washington, D.C. area coincided with the Glenn Beck rally on August 28, 2010. Ok, I used serendipitous, the adjective. Sue me. I walked the mall [...]

Out of Touch Voter on Primary(12)

By Jason R. Manning Ladies and gentlemen, I am an ‘out of touch’ voter in the wake of our primaries. I admit that I am caught short of emotional maturity when I do not want to celebrate a win for our Republican incumbent. A tumultuous, dastardly function of politics unfolded before Arizonan’s eyes this Tuesday. [...]

Tolerance as a Religion(9)

President Obama continues to demonstrate his naive views toward radical Islamists in his decision to support a mosque being built near Ground Zero. There is nothing wrong with building a mosque in this country. We are a free country and we believe in freedom of religion. This is what makes this country great and truly [...]

Barack Obama: The Fault of the Right(18)

By Jason R. Manning My fellow American’s, Barack Obama is our President and it is our fault. This may come as a shock, but really it shouldn’t because after all we are the party of responsibility. This isn’t where I say it was solely George Bush’s fault and Ronald Reagan was our strongest defense against [...]