Can Republicans be as ideological as Obama?

Americans elected a president, twice, who was not afraid of being bold, of taking on hard issues, and of being ideological.

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Blacks, Evangelicals will continue fight for traditional marriage

Religion and the institutions of traditional marriage and family are being challenged and, rather than being seen as enablers of our freedom, are now regularly portrayed as obstacles to it.

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Tea Party alive and well -- and influencing blacks

No Americans have suffered more from the improper use of government and abuse of political power than black Americans.

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The dividends of racial politics

Democrats and the left wing press know that fanning these still racially sensitive flames is the way to turn out black voters.

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Unhealthy trends in nation beg for conservative leadership

Should conservatives pander to the current liberal trends of the country to try and win votes in the short term?

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T.W. Shannon - rising black Republican star

The incidence of black conservatism is far deeper and widespread than most believe.

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Repeal and replace Obamacare

Congressional Budget Office report in February projects that Obamacare will shrink the American economy by 2.5 million jobs.

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Fewer limits on campaign contributions strengthens America

Limiting the amount of funds that free citizens can contribute stifles competition and protects incumbents.

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The problem is liberalism, not racism

Liberal code word for 'racist': someone like Paul Ryan, who wants to make Americans better off by giving them freedom, choice, responsibility, and less government.

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Despite big challenges, conservatives will continue to fight

Real political leadership means pushing public opinion toward one's conviction of what is right.

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