Based on the headline, a reader may assume that the cause of our angst is the Presidential election. In truth, that’s the most notable symptom of a much bigger problem. That problem is systemic. It’s rooted in a sickness in the halls of government as well as the electorate that
This is the most common question we receive. Why form a new party? Why not help the Constitution Party, America’s Party, Evan McMullin, the Libertarians, or any of the other parties that already have a base? The short answer is threefold. The first reason is organizational. Let’s use the
The second biggest misconception perpetuated over the decades in American politics is that we cannot upend the reality of binary choice within the confines of the two-party system. We are told that this is the way it is and there’s no way to change things outside of an occasional protest
Over the last two months, we’ve learned so much about party politics in America. We’ve learned that it’s easier in many ways to form a new political party. On the other hand, the challenges to making it successful are daunting. Thankfully, there are two things we’re seeing that give us
The state of today’s GOP is much worse than the emperor having no clothes. In that story, there was a certain level of justification by way of self-preservation of one’s status that compelled the masses to pretend they loved what they saw without actually seeing anything. The GOP is clothed.
Over the last few weeks, I’ve done a lot of thinking about Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand. I’ve never been a big fan of the anti-Biblical and elitist teachings espoused in the book, but this election cycle has brought the need for a serious examination of where conservatives stand within the