Republican Choice 50

THE 50-state Republican Farm Team





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Why a Republican Farm Team?

Why a Republican Farm Team?

Because Republicans of all ages and backgrounds will in time solve America’s problems . . . Major league baseball teams use minor leagues as farm teams to develop players.  The NFL and NBA use colleges throughout America as farm teams.

So one would think it natural that political parties would develop farm teams too. But they do not.  One reason they do not it that their supporters and contributors expect them to focus TOTALLY on the next election.  And a second reason is that to do so would likely result in party members continually fighting within their own ranks to place their supporters on the farm team.  Which now happens just in placing supporters within the party structure.  So parties, although they will expend effort in training and recruiting candidates for the NEXT ELECTION, WISELY do not develop farm teams.  see more . . .

Present yourself to voters long before election day to develop early name identification

Be ready and known to win a special election when an incumbent Democrat vacates his office

Become known before you meet the age requirement of the office you seek

It’s NEVER wise to support ANY Democrat . . .

In Texas Governor Abbott called a  special session to address among other things a $1,000 public school teacher pay raise plus giving administrators more flexibility to fire bad teachers.  Mark Wiggins, a lobbyist for the Association  of Texas Professional Educators said:  “. . . it’s sad to see (Governor Abbott) call lawmakers back to Austin specifically to attack teachers”.


The 2016 Election and the Demise of Journalistic Standards

Opinion With a Strong Factual Basis

MICHAEL GOODWIN is the chief political columnist for The New York Post. He has a B.A. in English literature from Columbia College and has taught at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Before joining the Post in 2009, he was the political columnist for The New York Daily News, where he served as executive editor and editorial page editor and led its editorial board to a Pulitzer Prize. Prior to that, he worked for 16 years at The New York Times, beginning as a clerk and rising to City Hall Bureau Chief. He is the co-author of I, Koch and editor of New York Comes Back.

I’ve been a journalist for a long time. Long enough to know that it wasn’t always like this. There was a time not so long ago when journalists were trusted and admired. We were generally seen as trying to report the news in a fair and straightforward manner. Today, all that has changed. For that, we can blame the 2016 election or, more accurately, how some news organizations chose to cover it. Among the many firsts, last year’s election gave us the gobsmacking revelation that most of the mainstream media puts both thumbs on the scale—that most of what you read, watch, and listen to is distorted by intentional bias and hostility. I have never seen anything like it. Not even close . . . see more


I’m a Pediatrician. How Transgender Ideology Has Infiltrated My Field and Produced Large-Scale Child Abuse. Michelle Cretella

Transgender politics have taken Americans by surprise, and caught some lawmakers off guard.

Just a few short years ago, not many could have imagined a high-profile showdown over transgender men and women’s access to single-sex bathrooms in North Carolina.

But transgender ideology is not just infecting our laws. It is intruding into the lives of the most innocent among us—children—and with the apparent growing support of the professional medical community. (more).


A World War II survivor of Normandy debunks climate change

Steve Forbes calls this a masterpiece

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