We would all do well to adhere to this thinking:
Hopefully you at least partially followed the recent U.K. national elections. There is a lot of examining and explaining to be done as to what happened, and why it happened. The day after the election, on a London talk radio program, host Iain Dale took a call from a man named Martin. Martin went on an epic diatribe of voter frustration and disgust. Fortunately for us, the call has been archived and we can enjoy it over here on this side of the pond. Scroll down once you’re on the page and listen to the 9 min 40 sec version of the call. Enjoy!
It is hard to argue with this logic right now.
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Just saw this moments ago via the Wall Street Journal’s Twitter feed; tomorrow’s front page.
Donald Trump has been elected President. This also means that Indiana Governor Mike Pence will now be the Vice President. In all likelihood, Vice President Pence will drive the domestic agenda, and will utilize his close friendship with people like Speaker Paul Ryan to really get great things done.
Mike Pence has called himself a Jack Kemp Republican, so you can see why we admire him.
When Jack Kemp died in 2009, Mike Pence was in Congress and he was able to deliver this brief address on the floor of the House of Representatives. Congressman Pence closed his memorial speech with this:
“I will always be proud to have known this good and great man. And I will always, first and foremost, refer to myself as a “Jack Kemp Republican.”
Eric Schmitt will be the next Treasurer for the state of Missouri. Watch his victory speech here live, and archived after its ends.
Chris Jacobs is running for the New York State Senate in the Buffalo area. A supporter put together this great video on his behalf. Take a look, you will love it.
We would like to encourage everyone to take a look at this easy to read new report by Joel Kotkin. If you want to understand the direction that we need to work toward, this is it.
Read this important new report from Joel Kotkin, Our Town: Restoring Localism.