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O’Keefe’s book breaks through media narrative

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Conservative filmmaker James O'Keefe (Photo provided by Project Veritas)

Breakthrough: Our Guerilla War to Expose Fraud and Save Democracy. James O’Keefe, III, Founder, Project Veritas. New York: Threshold Editions, 2013. 333 pp.

There’s nothing outrageous about PPP’s Kentucky Senate poll

4:43 PM 05/28/2013

I got annoyed Tuesday when folks began using the Twitter hash tag #pppquestions to criticize Public Policy Polling’s recent Kentucky Senate poll. It’s no secret that PPP is a Democratic polling firm, but the reaction from the right-of-center Twitterverse --- including the NRSC’s Brad Dayspring and the RNC’s Sean Spicer --- bothered me.

We can’t afford to retreat on college campuses

2:30 PM 11/14/2012

As a staunch advocate for free speech and a former College Republican, I was disheartened and disappointed that the Fordham University CRs rescinded their invitation for Ann Coulter to speak on campus at the end of November in the wake of growing criticism from students and administrators.

Paul-supporting delegates: Make yourself heard, but be respectful

1:47 PM 08/20/2012

With the 2012 Republican National Convention less than a week away, I want to take a few moments to give my fellow Ron Paul-supporting delegates and alternates (bound and unbound) some advice on what to do once you get to Tampa.

Ready for prime time? Rand Paul’s Convention speech an opening for liberty-minded Republicans

2:32 PM 08/07/2012

The GOP recently released a list of its second round of speakers at the 2012 Convention in Tampa. Among them is Kentucky Senator Rand Paul, the son of retiring Congressman and presidential candidate Ron Paul.

2012 GOP platform offers opportunity to advance limited government, defend Constitution

3:34 PM 07/24/2012

As a Virginia delegate to the 2012 Republican National Convention and conservative voter who came of age during George W. Bush’s second term, I believe true conservatives still have a lot of work to do to help put the GOP on the path toward limited, constitutional government.