Over the last month or so, a great deal of attention has been paid to the #NeverTrump movement, to the possibility that delegates to the Republican National Convention in Cleveland could somehow nominate a more conservative alternative, and to the struggle over the rights of conscience of convention ... » Read More about We’re Bound – But Not Why They Say
One of the most interesting issues I have gotten to work on is National Popular Vote. When I was first introduced to it I heard a presentation on why it was a bad idea, and it wasn’t until several years later that I heard an explanation about why it was a good idea. That began a long (long, long, ... » Read More about National Popular Vote – And Why I Like It!
Many thanks to all those who voted for me. I was nominated with some distinguished company, so your support and the resulting award means a lot to me. Full coverage of the event (and they did a great job with it!) is here. ... » Read More about Well Here Is Something Nice!
A few days ago I read Chuck Coughlin’s blog post wherein he trashed the Tea Party in a manner both surprisingly full of animus, and devoid of understanding of our nation’s newest and largest movement. Coughlin is a professional when it comes to politics and lobbying, which made the post so much ... » Read More about Have You Met the Tea Party?
As we begin 2015, a quick look back at 2014 reveals that at some point on the evening of November 4th, 2014, we successfully elected or re-elected our 100th candidate since 2004. By the time the evening was done, the count was 102 candidates we had successfully gotten across the finish line. That ... » Read More about 100+ and Counting!