Pledge to America

America is more than a country

Tag archive for ‘conservatives’, 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

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. [...]

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 [...]

Paid To Oppose(1)

By Jason R. Manning My fellow conservatives we are re-entering the era of Joe McCarthy. As usual Nancy Pelosi and Co. have been given a free pass on anti-opposition speech. During Tuesday’s press conference regarding the ground zero mosque, Pelosi said, “I join those who have called for looking into how is this opposition to [...]

About the 1994 Contract With America(28)

The Contract with America was a document released by the United States Republican Party during the 1994 Congressional election campaign. Written by Larry Hunter, who was aided by Newt Gingrich, Robert Walker, Richard Armey, Bill Paxon, Tom Delay, John Boehner and Jim Nussle, and in part using text from former President Ronald Reagan’s 1985 State [...]

Why Jim Deakin Should Support JD Hayworth for the US Senate?(5)

It’s great that Jim Deakin, the self-appointed Arizona Tea Party candidate, stepped up to the plate—like other similarly outraged conservatives with good intentions—to ride the wave of popular discontent and draw attention not only to himself, but to the difficult problems facing Arizona, such as the illegal alien invasion and some bona fide national issues, [...]