The centrist elements have often led the country to believe that limited government meant accepting half the social and economic agenda that more radical Democrats propose.
It’s not difficult to see why Herman Cain has risen in the electoral polls. He clearly states principles that Republicans believe, and he does it without hesitation and without remorse. If you don’t love Herman Cain, you’re probably neither a Republican nor a conservative. But the big question is whether he should be the Republican nominee for President.
It is time for our leaders in Congress – the ones lifted into power by a conservative wave – to take a bold, principled stand and put an end to energy subsidies. These subsidies distort private sector investment, waste taxpayer dollars, and allow the government to pick winners and losers.
As the Republican primary process continues, there is no doubt that the establishment GOP is winning and the Tea Party is losing.
FIRST-PERSON: More schools need to read the First Amendment