Today on Blogcritics
Home » Tag Archives: GOP

Tag Archives: GOP

Rand Paul Picks up Key Endorsement – His Father

Ron_and_Rand_Paul

There is not one candidate who has run for president in my lifetime who can say they fully share my commitment to liberty, Austrian economics, small government, and following the Constitution, [more] than my son, Rand Paul. Read More »

A Heartfelt Letter to the Donald Trump Conservatives

donald trump

I find the implications of conservatives supporting Trump very troubling: that we value style over substance, rhetoric over record, and that we can be easily swayed by somebody pouring honey in our ears. Read More »

Fili-Busted? Fake Outrage, Real Facts

Reid_filibuster

The Democrats know that the removal of the filibuster will be used against them later on, but they had no choice if they wanted to get anything done in Obama's second term. Read More »

The Party’s Over

a coup de tat

The Republican Party is dissolving before our eyes. Read More »

GOP Power Race Begins With Bobby Jindal

Bobby Jindal is already jockeying for the GOP crown, but is he really the right man for the job? Read More »

An Open Letter to Sarah Palin

Governor Palin's comments on voter fraud beg a few questions. Read More »

How the GOP Can Win

No, it's not all about courting Hispanics. Read More »

Election 2012: Referendum on Extremism

The American people have spoken. Read More »

A Letter to Delegates in Tampa

Changes in party rules in Tampa may end the GOP as we know it. Read More »

Paul Ryan, the Establishment’s Idea of a Radical

Paul Ryan is like the pair of used socks your senile granny gave you at Christmas... Read More »