Big media, liberal talking heads and politicians and the lies they tell on demographics and immigration in America. Published November 27 2012
All 50 states now have secession petitions, with nearly a million signatures. This is about much more than the President. Published November 16 2012
There is a political myth that has taken a life of its own, that Republicans hate black people. Nothing can be further from the truth. Published November 14 2012
While the Republicans may have lost there chance to retake the Presidency yesterday, I remain inspired by people that went against the trends and voted with their beliefs. Published November 7 2012
10 things the no one will be watching on election day but everyone should. Published November 5 2012
Ryan James Girdusky has had his work published in Human Events, DailyCaller.com, American Spectator, Townhall.com, The Christian Science Monitor and Americanthinker.com. He is a political consultant based out of his native New York City. He has been ...Read More
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