Republicans Don’t Retreat

After any electoral loss, regardless of its magnitude, it is understandable for the losing side to be discouraged. And while this past election cycle was an extreme example, we cannot afford to sit and dwell in defeat. Republicans don’t retreat. In any other year, Virginia’s Republican activists would already be dusting off the gloom of … Read more…

Emily Brewer Shows Republicans the Way Forward

On Tuesday, Virginians experienced two very different primaries with Democratic turnout blowing Republican turnout out of the water. Of the 909,320 voters who cast ballots yesterday, 543,046 were Democratic and 366,274 were Republican. This year’s Democratic primary drew near 4-times the number of voters than their 2013 primary which drew only 144,435. In the wake … Read more…

The NEW Grand Old Party

The Republican Party is changing. And no, I’m not talking about the recent populist wave responsible for the election of President Donald J. Trump. The change I’m referring to is not happening at the national level (yet), but at the local level. How ’bout that small government!? Millennials may be America’s largest bloc of eligible voters, but … Read more…

Millennials Want Production Politics, Not Party Politics

It has become apparent that many opponents to the former Republican candidate, now President Donald Trump have solidified their outright mistrust and serious, savage unfavorable opinion of him. People took to the streets in the hundreds of thousands protesting a factual matter than cannot be overturned. Even some of the so-called Hollywood elite are Trump bashing … Read more…

“Conservatism” Is Now So Much Empty Rhetoric

During President George W. Bush’s Administration, which Democrats loathed as ultra-right or ultra-conservative, government grew and the economy collapsed. Two years of President Obama and a Democrat super-majority, and Americans were looking for “real conservatives” with “conservative solutions”. Why? Because we all know that Democrats are liberal, progressive, and quasi-socialist; therefore the opposition should have … Read more…

Wooing Millennial Voters

One of the biggest lies society perpetuates is the idea that “All Millennials are Democrats.” Yes, more Millennials vote for Democrats than Republicans, but I can’t really blame them. In recent years, Republicans have failed to challenge the liberal monopoly over younger voters and it’s time we take responsibility for it. By conceding the youth … Read more…