Does Mia Love and Tim Scott's wins last Tuesday represent progress in America? Scott is the first black senator from the South since Reconstruction. That's all Townhall wants to know.
"These two historic wins are surely steps forward in the legacy of our national elections. Thats definitely something to celebrate no matter your party affiliations."
The Red Tsunami resulted in a lot of great pictures.
History in the making.
Mia Love, Call Your Office
Well. . . Maybe it’s not that much of a secret: It turns out liberals like it when citizens become dependent upon the government. On the other hand, Mia Love recently declared “The day I need the federal government to force me to [help others], I won’t deserve the title American.”
Speaking at the National Press Club in late September, black pastor Bishop E. W. Jackson unapologetically said it was time for black Americans to take a stand for what is right and called for a mass exodus from the Democrat Party due to the "irreconcilable conflict" between what the Democrat Party represents and their faith in God.
Among the most stirring moments in an effective convention came during Condoleeza Rice's speech. She delivered (beautifully) a number of well-chosen one-liners that hit bull's-eyes with Republicans and conservatives, warning, for example, that "when a nation loses control of its finances, it eventually loses control of its destiny."
The future of the Republican Party was on display in Tampa, Fla., as the roll of speakers before Mitt Romney provided a preview of nomination battles in 2016 and beyond.
Utah House candidate Mia Love delivered a spirited speech at the convention on Tuesday.
Mia Love is a former mayor, avid runner, mother, and has a penchant for straight talk. She also stunned the political world with her meteoric rise to success. There are sure to be comparisons to another conservative woman leader.
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