Boleslaw Kabala
Boleslaw Kabala
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Conservatives Must Not Forget About Being Conservationists

When it's time for conservatives to articulate a governing philosophy again, we cannot forget about the environment.

Pope Francis Offers the Catholic Church the Hope For Renewal

Pope Francis is exactly the pope the Church and the world need. Combining fidelity to Church teaching with a pastoral approach, he shows that a lived Catholic faith is possible.
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Rand Paul is Moving the Republican Party Forward

Conservatives are excited about Rand Paul. He is attracting young people without abandoning core principles. If his conservatism continues to stay true and relevant, he will be formidable.
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Debt Ceiling: Republicans Will Have to Save America From Crushing Inflation

Experts tell us that Obama's reckless deficit spending has not led to inflation. Wrong. In the coming debt ceiling fight the GOP must stand up for spending restraint. Our freedom depends on it.
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Fiscal Cliff: GOP May Take a Hit, But At Least it Won't Abandon Principle

The GOP will likely suffer at the polls if the country goes over the cliff but will not face an existential crisis. The debt President Obama is piling up is not sustainable.
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Fiscal Cliff 2013: GOP Will Have to Raise Taxes On the Wealthy, Or Face Deliberate Humiliation By Obama

President Obama is willing to take the country over the cliff. Republicans must do everything to prevent this and agree to raise the top rates, even if this year they get little in return.

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God and Thanksgiving: Secularism Must Not Remove God From This Day

This Thanksgiving, we should remind ourselves that God has an important place in our public life.
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Latest Presidential Polls Show Romney Can Defeat Obama in Ohio

The conventional wisdom is that Romney can’t win Ohio. Dead wrong.
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Mitt Romney Wins My Vote: Why Obama and His Cool Factor Just Do Not Cut It

One argument against voting for Mitt Romney is that he isn’t cool. Coolness should not be an important criteria when selecting a president.
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Mitt Romney and Hardcore Conservatives: He's Got a Shot

Romney could be closer to peeling off some Santorum / Gingrich conservatives than many in the media currently allow. Is a majority coalition of Republicans within reach?
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Mitt Romney Will Win the Arizona and Michigan Primary, Zero Chance of GOP Brokered Convention

Despite speculation to the contrary, there will be no need for the GOP to take the contest over who will be the party's nominee to the convention floor. Mitt Romney will be the party nominee.

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Why the South Will Vote For Mitt Romney Over Barack Obama No Matter What

Romney may have a hard time convincing some "true believers" in the Southern evangelical community to vote for him, but he will get just enough of their support.
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How Mitt Romney is Unifying the GOP in 2012, Almost By Default

He may not be charismatic or inspire devotion, but anti-Obama sentiment could make him a dangerous candidate come November.
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Obama's Populist Peril

Obama appears on the brink of adopting a populist strategy for 2012, but this has not served Democratic presidential candidates well in the past.
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What’s Sex Got to Do With American Politics?

From Clinton to Weiner, sex scandals are eroding America's more puritan and moral approach to politics.
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Entering an Era of Realism

Realist conservatives in America should not be vilified by other conservatives as isolationists, as the U.S. needs to focus on its problems at home.

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History Outlines the 2012 Election

History shows that Obama's high approval ratings make it difficult for the GOP to unseat him, even with a poor economy.
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A Conservative Case for Reducing Income Inequality

Concern for the growing income divide in America is not just a left-wing, populist issue. Conservatives should draw on the civic republican tradition and work to curb income disparity.