Other speakers include KCarl Smith, founder of the Frederick Douglass Republicans, John Whitbeck, chairman of the Republican Party of Virginia, Ibn Warraq, an author who will discuss what the West faces from Islam, Martha Boneta, who will speak about farm freedom and property rights and Julian Walker, who will talk about the war on energy. The Master of Ceremonies is Ron Wilcox, organizer for the Northern Virginia Tea Party.
Matt Boyle’s reporting on the Walker campaign and Liz Mair was a great service to the conservative movement, not because it exposed the views of one obscure political consultant, but because it flushed out those like Derek Hunter, who unwittingly confirmed exactly how the unseen hand of the anti-conservative parasites of the Washington consulting class are wrecking the Republican Party.
Since when does the Department of Justice coordinate with an obviously liberal media organization to go after a conservative reporter? It’s official: At least since 2011.
Matthew Boyle’s reporting on the Mississippi Republican primary was not only insightful, it exposed the dark underbelly of how the Republican establishment will use any tactic and go to any length – including allegedly bribing Democrats to vote in the Mississippi Republican Senate runoff – to stay in power.
If you believe, as we do, that the federal government has been overreaching and spending way beyond its means, then call your Congressman and Senators and tell them “no year-end rush, no midnight votes,” particularly on amnesty, judicial nominations and big spending bills like the Farm Bill.
Now is not the time for conservatives to give in to fear and give up. Now is the time for us to seize the future by recruiting our friends, relatives, church members and neighbors to become members of the grassroots army Cruz, Paul and Lee are building and to turn them out to demand that Republicans fight for what Senator Ted Cruz has called “the last, best chance to defund Obamacare.”