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In Any Congress, Principles Must Come Before Party

Limited government conservatives remain disgruntled in Congress, both when in the majority and when in the minority. Republicans campaign on shrinking government, lowering taxes, embracing free markets, and upholding the constitution. But members who actually hold themselves to these promises once in Congress exist only in small pockets.

01/15/2019
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On Neil Gorsuch's Confirmation, Give Credit to Grassroots, Not Elites

The final chapter of the dramatic and historic 2016 election came to a close today. After weeks of wrangling and political grandstanding by the Democrats, the Senate finally confirmed President Trump's nominee, Judge Neil Gorsuch, to the Supreme Court, filling the seat left vacant last year by the late Justice Antonin Scalia. An outstanding pick, Gorsuch is likely to be in the Supreme Court for decades. It's a victory that should be celebrated by all, to be sure, but its grassroots activists who deserve credit for it, not elites.

04/07/2017
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Josh Withrow Discusses Paul Ryan on One America News Network

02/08/2016
How to Take a Stand Against Classroom Bullying and Bias
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How to Take a Stand Against Classroom Bullying and Bias

As students of all ages go back to school, we need to address a very important issue. This issue is one I brought up this past March; bias and bullying in the classroom. In the course of the past few weeks, we have seen this issue reemerging in the national media. Teachers on both ends of the political spectrum are guilty of bias, and sometimes bullying, and it needs to end.

09/16/2013