Evan Kenney had just turned 18 and registered to vote for the first time when he campaigned to be an alternate delegate to the Republican National Convention. Lauding Ronald Reagan’s principles and blasting Keynesian economics at the Lynnfield caucus in April,the Wakefield High School senior beat out several well-known Massachusetts [...]
Columnist Note:Although this piece was written with regard to perceived divisions within a local party apparatus in Idaho,many local party organizations may be working through some of the same challenges. For this reason,I was encouraged to submit it for whatever value it may provide for local Party entities elsewhere. –[...]
Every election cycle,the American people are bombarded by messages from those who think they are fit to lead. Most of them are not,but they wear nice clothes and smile a lot,so other people listen to the garbage spewing forth and agree or disagree.
Meetings are held,speeches are given,unhealthy [...]
(Editor’s note:These opinions are solely those of the author.)
Rumor has it that when Dr. Ron Paul was first approached and was asked to run for President in the 2008 election cycle,he said he didn’t want to be President. He was told that he couldn’t win anyway,and with that,[...]
Sitting on the floor of the Arizona Republican convention,we have a sick feeling in our stomachs. Everyone in this room wants to defeat Barack Obama,but divisions are deep,and much work needs to be done to heal the wounds.
Early in the day,we heard a series of speeches from Arizona [...]