Posted on October 18, 2010

Yes, There Really Is a War on Christmas

It’s a perennial topic. Those who see the word Christmas being systematically removed from the public sphere talk about the “War on Christmas“.

Liberals vehemently deny it, and simply say that people are being “sensitive” to those who don’t celebrate the holiday. Of course, that’s hogwash. Christmas is an essential element of American culture. Just think of the national Christmas tree in Washington!

Fortunately, people are fighting back. One particularly heartwarming contribution to the battle to save Christmas: the made for DVD movie Christmas with a Capital C.

Posted on April 17, 2009

Conservatives Use Twitter to Expose CNN’s Biased Coverage

Twitter vs. CNN

Predictably, CNN, like most of our liberally-biased “mainstream” media, largely ignored the groundswell of Tea Party protests that took place on tax day April 15th.

In the past, silence has been one of liberal elites’ most powerful weapons against average Americans’ distaste for their policies. For decades, their strategy has been a simple yet very effective one: give little or no media space to grassroots conservative activism, and occasionally feature some¬†outlandish ultra-right-wing kookery. To the uncritical eye, this portrayal makes conservatism appear as nothing more than a fringe phenomenon in American society.

The advance of the Internet, however, is slowly eroding the power of this strategy. Recent events surrounding the Tea Party protests are a case in point. As reports, thousands of grassroots activists are using Twitter to publicize the real story surrounding CNN’s biased coverage (and the Obama administration’s use of Homeland Security reports as a platform to demonize conservatives).

Thanks to the combination of conservatism plus technology, the days of the liberal “gatekeeper” of public opinion, it would appear, are finally drawing to a long-overdue close.

Posted on April 7, 2009

GOP and ACLU Join Forces to Combat Homeland Security Data Abuse

Big Brother is Watching

Only rarely does one find the Republican Party and the ACLU on the same side of an issue. Even rarer is an issue that can cause the two organizations to work together. But it has happened in Missouri. The issue: use of homeland security data to target and demonize conservatives. Read more

Posted on March 29, 2009

Chairman Steele’s Online Survey:
How to Save the GOP

surveyOn Friday, RNC Chairman Michael Steele blasted out an e-mail to subscribers of the GOP’s listserv asking them to fill out a 25-question survey on the “state of the Republican Party” and how to improve it. The survey includes a request for donations.

Among strategic questions asked are:

  • Why did Republicans lose the White House and Congressional seats in the 2008 elections?
  • What are the key strengths and beliefs of the Republican Party that we can build on?
  • What technology would you like to see the RNC make better use of to grow our Party?

The survey also solicits participants’ views on such issues as “more socialism” vs. free markets, President Obama’s “bailouts,” illegal immigration, and the so-called “fairness doctrine.”

Posted on March 27, 2009

Obama Uses Database to Support Dem Congressional Candidate

We’ve already noted how President Obama has repurposed his campaign database as a tool to rally grassroots support for his political agenda.

Now, he’s taken the next logical step. Obama has allowed the use of his “Organizing for America” (OFA) database to help Scott Murphy, the Democratic candidate in a hotly contested special congressional race in New York’s 20th district. Around 60,000 e-mails were sent out on Wednesday urging Obama’s supporters to also support Murphy. Read more

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