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The following is a compilation of posts made in the days leading up to the Republican Party of Minnesota’s 2012 state convention. Each offers a reason to support Dan Severson as the party’s endorsed candidate for U.S. Senate.
A Grassroots Fixture
Everywhere I went, he was there. That was a big reason why I decided to throw my meager support behind Dan Severson for U.S. Senate.
After years of heckling from the political sidelines, the advent of the Tea Party inspired me to activism in 2009. I fired up a blog and podcast under the name Fightin Words, and began attending every conservative community event I could physically get to. That quickly resulted in a network of new relationships with people of like mind. Whether Tea Partiers, libertarians, or established conservative grassroots activists, all were united in their abhorrence at the “fundamental transformation” imposed by President Obama and radical Democrats like Senator Amy Klobuchar. Continue Reading The Case for Endorsing Dan Severson for U.S. Senate…
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Each day until the state convention comes to order on May 18, we shall consider a variety of reasons for endorsing Dan Severson to challenge Senator Amy Klobuchar in November. Follow the series at Fightin Words and check in on the day of the convention for a compilation including the most compelling reason to support Dan Severson.
It’s refreshing to find a candidate with traits you aspire to. As a volunteer on the campaign to elect Dan Severson to the U.S. Senate, I have been afforded a significant amount of face time with the candidate in a variety of settings. One quality I have observed in Dan is an unabashed sense of integrity.
We all know fake people. We have some sense of when we’re being confronted with pretense. Perhaps we even harbor a degree of self-awareness regarding the masks we wear from time to time. Continue Reading Severson for Senate: Unabashed Integrity…
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by Walter Hudson, contributed to David Horowitz’s NewsReal Blog
What would you say if I told you the locks on your doors were a waste of time and money? After all, if you’re like most people, no one has ever unlawfully entered your home. In fact, there’s little evidence that anyone has ever tried. So why do you waste time installing and utilizing those silly deadbolts?
If that argument sounds ludicrous, which it should, realize it is precisely the same argument being utilized by opponents of photo identification and other sensible election integrity measures being pursued by Republican controlled legislatures throughout the union. The Washington Post reported on the debate Monday. The article highlighted arguments akin to you should not lock your doors because no one has tried to get in.