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Posts tagged Political Activism

Oregon Patriots Rally For Gun Rights

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On Jan 19th, thousands of patriots rallied for “Guns Across America” in state capitols all across the nation, including Salem, Oregon.  They came to voice opposition to the Obama administration’s shameless exploitation of the tragic murder of innocent school children in order to punish law-abiding citizens’  by restricting their gun rights – the same administration that […]

How Conservatives Can Win

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Obama is the symptom, not the disease. Government has grown WAY beyond its constitutional boundaries over the past century, and both parties are to blame. The Tea Party is here to demand a return to limited, constitutional government and fiscal responsibility. We are here to hold BOTH parties accountable. 2012 is only the first step […]

Followup: O’Keefe Video Forces Resignation of Rep. Moran (D-VA) Son / Field Director Within A Week Of Alleging GOP Vote Fraud

Earlier today, we covered the latest video sting by Project Veritas that implicated a sitting Congressman in potential voter fraud. Well that didn’t take very long. According to Jim Geraghty: So what has Congressman Moran been up to lately? Three prominent Virginia lawmakers are calling on the Department of Justice to investigate possible voter registration […]

Oregon TEA Party: Making Friends One Citizen at a Time

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October 12, 2012, Portland Oregon:  As Mitt Romney surges ahead in the polls, more and more conservatives are coming forward to say “Hi” and inquire about the new Oregon TEA Party Freedom Bus.  As the bus prepares to head off to an event Suzie, an Oregon voter who was driving by with her dog “Rusty,” […]

Obamacare: Don’t Get Mad, Get To Work.

We took a beating.  Now it’s time to give as good as we’ve gotten, and more! Yates Walker warns at the Daily Caller: Some pundits are drawing comparisons between our current political climate and that of America just before the civil war. They’re wrong. This isn’t 1859. It’s 1775. A government is a reflection of […]

Social Media Is Key To Winning In 2012

The Social Media Revolution View on YouTube 59.5 percent of the news people get via social media is from Facebook, and most of that is from their family and friends posting new links.   A conservative who posts links on their page to news stories or quality commentary that traditional media channels ignore is doing […]

Conservatives Can Win The Meme Wars

How to turn a liberal meme back in their faces, 101. Remember Obama’s “The Life of Julia“?   Well, a few clever conservatives have given her a face:  …or at least a body: Welcome to the internet meme wars. In the hash tag wars on Twitter (see #Julia and #AttackWatch), conservatives are way ahead of […]

The Clackistani Revolt Spreads to Washington County – Kickoff April 27

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What shall we call them? The Washingtinians? Washingtonistas? Washahideen? Anyway, they’re fighting back against an oppressive government just like in Clackistan, and they need your support. Check out their website – www.swrailvote.org – and check out their kickoff event TONIGHT: Dear friends of SW Rail Vote Pac, This notice is to let you know that […]

@anthropocon produces a typographical portrait of @andrewbreitbart

  At BlogCon 2012 in Charlotte, NC, this portrait was presented to the Breitbart.com staff. Like this:Like Loading…

James O’Keefe Makes His Triumphant Return To Oregon. Should Portland Politicians Worry?

On April 14, Oregon Tea Party will host the 4th Annual Tax Day Tea Party Rally. This year’s event will be a little bit different. The rally will be indoors, and will feature nationally renowned citizen journalist James O’Keefe. Also invited is Breitbart.tv Editor in Chief Larry O’Connor. Word is James will have something pretty […]

» Saturday Night Card Game (Repeat after me: “The Shirley Sherrod tape was not misleading”) – Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion

» Saturday Night Card Game (Repeat after me: “The Shirley Sherrod tape was not misleading”) – Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion

With Andrew Breitbart’s death this week, one of the most persistent falsehoods has resurfaced, the claim that the original tape released of Shirley Sherrod’s speech to an NAACP Chapter was misleading or defamatory in that it did not reveal that Sherrod’s discrimination against a white farmer was long ago, that she ended up helping him, and that […]

Conservatives Mourn The Loss Of Patriot Journalist Andrew Breitbart

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This is a sad day for the conservative movement, and for the citizen journalist community especially.  Andrew Breitbart was our hero. I can hardly believe it. My husband came in this morning and told me while I was half asleep that Andrew Breitbart had passed.  I went cold at the news and my first thought was, […]

I’m in jail; can I still vote for Barry?

I’m in jail; can I still vote for Barry?

Animal “rights”, meet Facebook.  This well-rounded and caring individual who loves animals set up a Facebook page for like-minded folks. “I would like to create an online community on facebook whi8ch [sic] would allow me to find someone who is willing to kill someone wearing fur toward the end of October 2011 or early November 2011 or possibly […]

Guest Post: Grassroots Activism 101 (or why you want to be a PCP)

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Guest post by Sandy Raddue Are you watching all the politics around you, throwing up your hands in disgust? You know the problem is with “the party”, and “the establishment”, so it’s just the way it is. Nothing you can do. YOU’RE WRONG. You can get involved. No, not by running for public office. Well, […]

Why Conservatives Hate Politics

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Polls consistently show that the majority of Americans consider themselves to be conservative.  Then how is it that our nation seems on a nearly irreversible trajectory towards Leftism?   Quite simply, despite the recent rise of the Tea Party, most of the “silent majority” still remains detached from the fight. Political activism is difficult for […]

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  • State Auditor Troy Kelley Pleads Not Guilty to 10 Counts in Federal Court April 17, 2015
    Amid calls for his resignation from Democrats, Republicans and Gov. Jay Inslee, Kelley maintained his innocence and announced he would be taking a leave of absence from his position starting May 1. “I take this action to allow my office to the important work without distractions and to allow me to participate fully in my […]
  • Roads Face Funding Crisis in King County’s Unincorporated Areas April 17, 2015
    During the recession, property values fell almost 40 percent. They’ve since risen, but property taxes have not rebounded because state law only allows them to rise 1% a year. At that rate, it’ll take the county at least 40 years to shake off the recession’s grip. The post Roads Face Funding Crisis in King County’s […]
  • Seattle Campaign Cash: Burgess Raising the Most, Sawant Spending Fastest April 17, 2015
    Incumbents seeking re-election are ahead in the money race — Bruce Harrell has raised $96,421, not counting his kickoff, compared to $28,653 for challenger Tammy Morales — but figures show a more even playing field in several parts of the city. The post Seattle Campaign Cash: Burgess Raising the Most, Sawant Spending Fastest appeared first […]
  • Today’s Top International Stories: South Africa, Russia & China April 17, 2015
    1) The recent wave of anti-foreigner violence in South Africa has spread to the capital in Johannesburg. President Jacob Zuma has condemned the violence and called for calm, but clashes with police continue. Thousands have already fled their homes and police have had to use rubber bullets to disperse gangs.   2) Russian President Vladimir Putin […]
  • Today’s Top International Stories: South Africa, Yemen & Montenegro April 16, 2015
    1) Malawi has decided to evacuate its citizens from South Africa after a week of attacks against foreigners, which has killed five, including a 14-year-old boy. Similar attacks happened in 2008 killing 62 people. Many foreign-owned shops have already closed. Malawi is the first country to decided to evacuate its 420 citizens from the region. […]
  • Today’s Top International Stories: Yemen, Syria & Germany April 15, 2015
    1) The UN has voted to impose an arms embargo on Yemen, targeting the Houthi rebels that have taken over much of the government. Russia abstained from the vote. The U.S. went a step farther, blacklisting two top leaders among the rebels: Abdul Malik al-Houthi and Ahmed Ali Saleh.   2) The UN will make another […]
  • The Future of Oil April 17, 2015
    Bloomberg argues that “supply alone is [not] behind the plunge in crude prices to $50 a barrel.” Instead, demand for motor fuel has slacked off due to lack of growth in driving combined with more fuel-efficient cars and more competitive electric cars. The electric cars argument is specious, as too few of them have been […]
  • Oregon’s Next Bad Idea April 16, 2015
    Oregon’s House of Representatives passed a bill to legalize inclusionary zoning. In memory of Bart Simpson, this should be called the “I Didn’t Do It Act,” as the reason for Oregon’s low housing affordability compared with most other states is the legislature’s continuing support for land-use regulation and urban-growth boundaries. Inclusionary zoning requires home builders […]
  • Back in the Air Again April 15, 2015
    The Antiplanner is flying to Dallas today to participate in a Cato event tomorrow. My topic will be “Maintaining the Texas Miracle,” a subject I previously covered in Austin (clicking on the link downloads an 8-mb PowerPoint show). On Friday, I’ll give essentially the same presentation in Houston. In both cities, I seem to be […]