January 14th, 2015 PostedByPeterFricke - The Daily CallerA new interest group officially launched on Wednesday with the goal of building a conservative case for campaign finance reform.The group, called _Take Back Our Republic,_ will seek to convince Republicans that reducing the influence wealthy contributors wield in elections can make for good politics, as well as good policy. Read the full article View other headlines
This was an email I sent January 9th... Funny how history is made in humble settings - one year ago at this moment I was here ... Dave Brat was finishing up talking to a few breakfast patrons at Adams Sports Mart. We wanted to make the campaign announcement that he was running against Majority Leader Eric Cantor here in the small New Kent County in the southeast tip of the district for one simple reason _ to make sure every citizen of the 7th district knew that they _ not out-of-state donors _ would be Dave's focus if the [...]
January 13th, 2015 By Matea Gold - The Washington PostConservative political consultant John Pudner said he realized that voter attitudes about political money had curdled into dangerous cynicism after several encounters he had last year. Read the full article here
January 12th, 2015 TAKE BACK OUR REPUBLIC would like to thank the Stuart Family Foundation for providing the first grant to Take Back Our Republic. The Foundation has carried on the great work of conservative leader Robert D. Stuart Jr. The late Republican National Committeeman beginning with Barry Goldwater's election and Ronald Reagan's Ambassador to Norway. Read more.