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Political Report: Traditional Strategy Gives Way to ‘Outrage & Turn Out’

Political Report: Traditional Strategy Gives Way to ‘Outrage & Turn Out’

In his first report for OCR since his extensive, 3-part technical analysis of the damages of the Affordable Care Act to Ohioans, Featured Contributor Joshua Brown, Esq., reveals how and why the bottom has fallen out from the traditional political strategy of “triangulation.” Its replacement? For now, we’ll call it “Outrage and Turn Out.” Josh Brown,

Editors’ Pick: The Bryan Williams Radio Hour, 1-26-14

  An OCR Editors’ favorite, this episode of The Bryan Williams Radio Hour is a content-rich, strategy-minded, distinction-heavy rundown of the GOP’s need to act, during a crucial and narrow window, to reform the United States’ broken immigration system. Featured Contributors Carl Ruby and Tony Corvo join Bryan Williams.  Bryan grounds the article in Carl’s article, “Carpe Diem

Carpe Diem Time for GOP on Immigration Reform

After months of rhetoric on immigration reform from Republicans hoping to shore up their conservative credentials, it is time for them to seize a historic opportunity.  How they respond to it will affect their future for decades to come. In scripture, there is a phrase equivalent to Carpe Diem.  The phrase is to “redeem the

What Must Conservatives Do to Win? – Part 3

[Editor’s note: In Part 1 and Part 2 of this series, Featured Contributor Paula Bolyard offers four suggestions for furthering causes that conservatives care so deeply about. She writes, “… it’s by no means an exhaustive list and I offer it with the hope we can have a healthy (but civil) debate in the conservative