Tag Archives: Republicans

Should Moderates Leave the Republican Party?

Right now, there’s a discussion about whether decent people should leave the Republican party. I’m not sure the implications have been fully considered. Personally, I’m remaining a┬áRepublican in order to be able to vote for better candidates in future primaries. … Continue reading

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Seth Abramson on Republicans

Seth Abramson recently suggested that he thinks the Republican party is doomed. I disagree with him on a lot, but this does raise some interesting questions, even if mainly on how a particular group of liberals are mistaken. Seth Abramson … Continue reading

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Both Sides and the Supreme Court

Donald Trump has made his second nomination for the Supreme Court, and some Democrats are pissed, with a push to increase the court to eleven the next time they have the White House and the Senate (They don’t seem to … Continue reading

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Why I’m Not a Democrat (or Independent)

Something I’ve been thinking about for a while is why I’m not a Democrat. I’ve pretty much answered the question before about why I am personally a Republican, but I haven’t specifically addressed the flipside. In some political discussions, this … Continue reading

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The Democratic Party Leadership in House of Cards

House of Cards seems to be one of those shows tailor-made for me. But there’s one thing ┬áit really gets wrong about the political party to which the main character belongs. In the series, the President is a middle-aged white … Continue reading

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RINOs and the origin of the Republican Party

Writing for Time Magazine, Television Producer Rob Long ponders a purge of RINOs (Republicans in Name Only) should be purged from the Republican party. The RINO is behind all those awful bills with the word comprehensive in their titles. The … Continue reading

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