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Op-Ed: Ted Cruz doesn't stand a chance this time around

Washington, D. C. - U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) is the first official major candidate for president. He won't win the GOP nomination, but winning in 2016 is likely not his game plan. He is playing the long game and will win through 2016 martyrdom.

Op-Ed: The GOP may be reinventing themselves

The Republican Party is falling apart. On one side, you have the classic conservative majority that has been in power. On the other side, mostly younger Americans who have taken a new spin on conservatism that has everyone wondering about the future.

Study: Coming into money suddenly makes you more right-wing

A new study says that suddenly accumulating a lot of money (in the study's case, winning the lottery) leads to an increase in conservatism.

Op-Ed: Great Britain's Iron Lady Margaret Thatcher dies at 87

Margaret Thatcher, Great Britain's first woman Prime Minister, like her or not, saved Great Britain from economic collapse and irrelevance! Thatcher was an Adam Smith type of free market economic conservative governed by conviction, not consensus.

Op-Ed: This is capitalism? American net worth $77,300, down 30% on 2007

Sydney - If you’re looking for evidence of the criminal mismanagement of America, you don’t need to go past the latest figures from the Fed. The net value of an American family after debt is a paltry $77,300, down from $126,400 in 2007.

Op-Ed: UK politician Jonathan Bowden dead at 49

Jonathan Bowden had a loud voice and liked the sound of it. Fortunately, so did many people. One of the British New Right's most charismatic figures has died at the young age of 49.

Op-Ed: South Carolina's loss is Florida's gain

Tampa - Within a matter of 72 hours, South Carolina had – and promptly lost – a golden opportunity to be a Republican king-maker. The stage was set for the unofficial coronation of Mitt Romney as the presidential candidate for the GOP. But it was not to be.

Op-Ed: Canada — Next NDP leader has big shoes to fill

When Jack Layton assumed leadership of the New Democratic Party in January 2003, the party was in shambles. With only 13 seats to its credit, little was expected of the NDP, and it's somewhat doubtful anyone could have foreseen its success.

Op-Ed: Be Very Wary Of Perry

There has been much buzz about the possibility that Texas Governor Rick Perry will throw his hat into the GOP presidential ring.

Op-Ed: The State Of Conservatism

On Wednesday, Barack Obama will deliver his first State of the Union speech. This speech he gives is not by any means the one he planned to deliver.

Op-Ed: Obama May Actually Save Our Nation

The election of Barack Obama may actually be the best thing that ever happened to our nation, if he and the liberals don't destroy it first.

Op-Ed: What Happened to Intellectual Conservatism?

For the last two decades, conservatism has been misrepresented in a lot of areas such as: economics, foreign policy and the general welfare of its own citizens. What happened to the true conservatives?

Op-Ed: 'Where to now, Saint Peter?'

The GOP needs to look inward and into the past during this new era of soul searching. A return to conservative values, unwavering support from the RNC, and a candidate the base can get excited about, should be a good place to start.

Op-Ed: The Liberal Contradiction

It was Lord Acton who said, “Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely”, and liberals, especially in the classical sense of the term, seem to prescribe to this maxim. There is, however, an inherent contradiction hidden in this philosophy

Op-Ed: You'll Have to Earn the Votes, Senator McCain

There is no simple easy answer of who conservatives should vote for. We surely do not want Hillary or Obama in, but are we so sure a McCain presidency would really be that much better? Are conservative votes once again being taken for granted?

At 75, Saudi Arabia split by conservatism, modernity

Sand, camels, dirt roads, pearl fishermen and Bedouin tribesmen. This was what the present-day Saudi Arabia looked like in 1932 when it was established as a monarchy named after its founder, Abd-al-Aziz Al Saud.

Election analysis: Triumph for Conservatism

As the Democrats celebrate control of the House and Senate, a deeper look at the election results reveals what the voters were really voting for.
 

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Lynton Crosby  is an Australian political strategist.
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