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Well, PETA’s Going to Love This…

Herman Cain released a new video. Personally, I think it’s a bit crass, but it doesn’t really matter what I think. I’ve already watched it six times. Even by evoking outrage, this video is all-but-guaranteed one million views. The media’s going to be talking about it, and we’re going to be sharing it. Kudos to […]

Politicians Say the Darndest Things!

Check out this hilarious parody video featuring Democrat congressional candidate Cheri Bustos from the Illinois 17th District. I’m told by the person who sent it to me that this is spot on with what she says in her interviews with the media. You know what? It sounds a lot like what we’ve been hearing from […]

An Early Look at the 2012 Senate Elections

By Stephen Youtzy Most of you remember November 2, 2010 vividly. That was the date when conservatism won. This movement was not just on the national level. The conservative movement was witnessed in everything from the 63 seat pickup in the House of Representatives to local elections. Are you ready for round 2? Mark November 6, […]

Dear Candidates: Make the Economy the Main Issue

By Brandon Helderop http://youngconservative2012.wordpress.com  In recent months as I have flipped on the TV, listened to the radio and surfed the Internet, I’ve been disappointed to see frequent reports of Republican Candidate A attacking Candidate B (or C, or D) for not being “Conservative enough”. This strategy is growing tired and ultimately proving to be […]

Defining Conservatism

I had a good conversation with a fellow conservative last night. We were discussing the presidential candidates, and I mentioned my indifference to Mitt Romney. Am I enthusiastic about him? No. But do I dislike him? Absolutely not. I’ll vote for him in a heartbeat in the general election. I think he’s a decent enough […]

Time for a Pep Talk

Look, it’s easy to get down on our prospects in 2012. Trust me, we’ve all done it. I know I’ve done it. It’s natural to get in the weeds and assume that a second term for Barack Obama is inevitable. It’s been a frustrating year. The media has been relentless in their persistent misrepresentation of […]