‘I actually would prefer it’
That means cheap beer, right?
Party switching comes during a time of turmoil for state’s GOP
‘Republicans have won the youth vote four times since 1972. They’re not idiots. They’re educated voters,’ College Republicans chief says
‘We can only hope that Santa will open up his heart, stop discriminating against naughty children, polar bears and others’
College students have ‘buyer’s remorse’ about voting for Obama, could opt for GOP in next election after ‘blindly’ following the current president in 2008
Let Freedom Ring, College Republicans mobilize national petition to inform young people on Medicare debate
Rock the Vote charged with bias - TheDC
Ostensibly nonpartisan Rock the Vote opposes legislation requiring a state-issued ID to vote in Ohio
The next RNC chair must be able to reach out to young people.
Why do so many conservatives support the Simpson-Bowles proposal?
This week we need to elect leaders who believe that America’s best days are in front of us. Even more importantly, we need to believe it ourselves.
Young people are beginning to reject the Democrats’ job-destroying, debt-creating policies.
As November approaches, the Democratic Party’s go-to talking point is calling the Republican Party the “Party of No”. But on every major issue facing America over the short and long term, only the Republican Party has stepped forward with substantive solutions
As the infectious plague that is “Bieber fever” sweeps the nation, one has to wonder if President Barack Obama is immune from catching it
With things so historically bad, the country’s finances utterly wrecked, and an entire generation of young adults drowning in the government’s red ink, we don’t get solutions, we get “things could be worse.”
Berwick believes that the people should not be the ones to make their health care decisions because frankly, what do they know? Instead, he, like Socrates, argues that people are in need of the direction and guidance of an educated hand
The same fiscal hubris that pushed Greece’s economy past the breaking point has become Obama’s economic policy: spend without regard to future consequences
The bottom line is this: congressional spending is as corpulent as it has ever been. Just like an average heavyweight, Democrats constantly talk about a (spending) diet, but don’t change their habits to achieve their goal