“The Conservative does not despise government. He despises tyranny. This is precisely why the Conservative reveres the Constitution and insists on adherence to it.”

― Mark R. Levin, Liberty and Tyranny: A Conservative Manifesto





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runningrepublican:

ourpresidents:

On this day in 2004, Ronald Reagan lost his nearly ten-year battle with Alzheimer’s Disease.  President Reagan informed the nation of his condition in November of 1994. In a candid, handwritten letter he wrote:

“At the moment, I feel just fine… Unfortunately, as Alzheimer’s Disease progresses, the family often bears a heavy burden.  I only wish there was some way I could spare Nancy from the painful experience.”

In 1995, Ronald and Nancy Reagan established an institute dedicated to the study of Alzheimer’s Disease.
Ronald Reagan passed away at home in California at the age of 93.  
More - Ronald Reagan’s Life in Photos
-from the Reagan Library

Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and he was worried about his wife. Shows you what kind of man he was.

runningrepublican:

ourpresidents:

On this day in 2004, Ronald Reagan lost his nearly ten-year battle with Alzheimer’s Disease.  President Reagan informed the nation of his condition in November of 1994. In a candid, handwritten letter he wrote:

“At the moment, I feel just fine… Unfortunately, as Alzheimer’s Disease progresses, the family often bears a heavy burden.  I only wish there was some way I could spare Nancy from the painful experience.”

In 1995, Ronald and Nancy Reagan established an institute dedicated to the study of Alzheimer’s Disease.

Ronald Reagan passed away at home in California at the age of 93. 

More - Ronald Reagan’s Life in Photos

-from the Reagan Library

Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and he was worried about his wife. Shows you what kind of man he was.

leftybegone:

I hope you feel as good after copy/pasting all that as you did when you cast your vote for Obama.

The American Left, ladies and gentlemen.

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proudgayconservative:

 it made them seem like they thought women were just giant vaginas with no brain?

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Projection: Psychological projection was first conceptualized by Sigmund Freud as a defense mechanism in which a person unconsciously rejects his or her own unacceptable attributes by ascribing them to objects or persons in the outside world instead. Thus, projection involves psychically expelling one’s negative qualities onto others, and is a common psychological process.

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Another one falls for a Daily Currant gag story. Just too good to be true, so it must be true.

New here? Welcome to the Internet.

negative-corpus:

Sums it up.

Timeless wisdom

Timeless wisdom

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The Left is always ready to take away your First Amendment rights if you wish to use them to oppose their march of inexorable, historical progress.

americas-liberty:

runningrepublican:


(Hopefully the gif works) But this is pretty accurate representation of having different opinions than most people on tumblr is like. 

Pretty much sums up being Conservative at all on tumblr.

Surrounded by threat and still don’t give a crap. That’s us. lol

Still better than reddit.

americas-liberty:

runningrepublican:

(Hopefully the gif works) But this is pretty accurate representation of having different opinions than most people on tumblr is like. 

Pretty much sums up being Conservative at all on tumblr.

Surrounded by threat and still don’t give a crap. That’s us. lol

Still better than reddit.

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The scandals swirling around the Obama administration have many journalists scratching their heads as to how “hope and change” seem to have been supplanted by “arrogance and fear.” Perhaps it’s time they revisit one of their original premises about Barack Obama: that he wasn’t influenced by the Chicago Daley machine. You know: the machine that boosted his career and whose protégés — including Valerie Jarrett, David Axelrod, Rahm Emanuel, and his wife, Michelle — he brought to Washington with him.

atimeforchoosing:

dclu:

Check out the reaction at 2:00 minutes into the video. That was my reaction too!!

This is the best line ever:

“One of Barack Obama’s great gifts is the ability to say things that are absolutely absurd and make them sound not only plausible but inspiring.”

barticles:

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theheritagefoundation:

tigryphoness:

I vote we actually just enforce the laws we have already. Anyone think about that one?

Yes, that’s a huge part of what must be done BEFORE we take any other major steps. This should be a piece-by-piece approach in order to be fair to all Americans — and future Americans. 

Heritage, can I put you down in favor of deporting six-year-olds? Because you know we deport six-year-olds, right? And I’m having a really hard time finding anybody who thinks that’s a good idea. I mean, I know, deep down, that it must be for Freedom and the American Way. It just seems so mean-spirited.

Also, could you help me come up with a polite way to tell the DREAMers to GTFO? Because using the F-word—even in an abbreviation isn’t a really dignified way to go about things. But I can’t figure out how we can support deporting them without, at least, using it implicitly.

But you’re right. We can’t compromise on this. Because this is about what it means to be an American. I’m an American because my parents were an American. And I’m proud of that accomplishment. But if other people start becoming Americans because they wanted so passionately to be Americans that they sacrificed everything to be here and prevailed, despite the odds? That makes my accomplishment look pretty measly. We can’t allow that.

Nothing says “limited government” like a giant border fence, armed guards, biometric identity cards, massive bureaucracy, and federal laws forcing private businesses to ask permission from the authorities before hiring a worker who wants a job.

Wait a second. “Limited government” doesn’t mean making the federal government small and weak, it means that the federal government should be limited to carrying out the limited functions that it was designed for carrying out — and at or near the top of that list is defending the borders. 

I have no patience for the whole “how dare you deport six-year-olds” harangue, above. I believe that the United States has a right to exist. As such, it has a right to determine an immigration policy that, first and foremost, benefits Americans. 

And another thing — If we’re going to talk about this issue on these terms, can the advocates of amnesty finally just call it amnesty and stop bullshitting us? Your “path to citizenship” isn’t a path. It’s a Candy Land chute. Automatic benefits with no penalties and very little waiting time is not a path. It’s amnesty. And if you all want amnesty, fine —- stand up and have the guts to make the affirmative case for it and say what you mean. We know it’s amnesty, you know it’s amnesty, but the pro-amnesty side wants to call us bigots for calling it amnesty. 

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the-breaking-point:

beaky-peartree:

the problem with social justice on tumblr is that people arent fighting for equality, they’re fighting for revenge

Not just revenge, they’re fighting for power.  It’s not equality, it’s power.  That doesn’t make for a healthy society.

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What would you think of a president under whom the IRS targeted his harshest political opponents, during his reelection campaign?

What would you think of a president whose obsession with leaks and secrecy was so great that he used the Justice Department to obtain phone records of reporters, in violation of Justice’s established procedure?

What would you think of a president whose head of the Department of Justice signed a criminal warrant against a leading journalist working for the news organization most critical of the president—and monitored the movements of the journalist and even went after his mother’s phone records?

What would you think of an administration that directed the president’s press secretary repeatedly to deliver false information concerning the death of an American ambassador?

These are not hypothetical questions—and yet there is an entire class of journalist so invested in a certain moral and ethical image of the president its members are unable to entertain facts that might tarnish that image. They are the pro-Obama equivalent of Birthers, never letting emerging facts cloud the conclusion they’ve already committed to hold.

Stuart Stevens, in the Daily Beast of all places. I know, right?

radical-old-people:

 

we-are-zamily:

irefuse-tosink:

sharonosbourne:

ipissedinyourmountaindew:

Real satellite imagery from NASA

We are killing out planet.

beautiful…

I don’t know if you guys are serious right now or not. I’m bad at this sarcasm thing.

THAT DAMN GLOBAL WARMING

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