AR Interviews: Mr. Ozzie deFaria, Candidate for Congress, Florida’s 20th District

Two days from now, a brand new election year will begin.  Sunday brings 2012, and by the end of this next year we may very well know whether America as we know it will survive, or whether the Mayans could have been correct after all. Three-and-a-half years have passed–and, including the day-to-day campaigning leading up [...]

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The Student and the Teacher

As I’ve intermittently mentioned during my time at America’s Right, in addition to my duties as an administrator for an all-boys’ Catholic college preparatory high school, I’m also one of its baseball coaches. That is where this story begins. About fifteen years ago, a sophomore at our school, Travis Rowley, was one of the young [...]

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America’s Right Interviews: John Robitaille, Republican candidate for RI Governor, and John Loughlin, Republican candidate for House, RI-1

John Robitaille The state of Rhode Island is emblematic of the social, cultural, financial, and political problems that have seized the heart of America.  For decades the smallest state in the union has, for the most part, been held hostage to the unionist-controlled, political Left, the faction that is at this time in our history [...]

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Gather Your Armies (of Voters)

Allow me to begin by saying this about Rick Barber – when I first saw the political campaign ad that he’s put out, one that has swept the nation, I was not only inspired by someone who has the courage to actually put into a message the way he feels but also absolutely had the [...]

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The Man Who Would Dethrone a Queen: An Interview with John Dennis, Congressional Candidate, CA-8

Culturally speaking, the city of San Francisco has long been synonymous with unrestrained liberal values, or what might be better describes as an appalling lack of American ones. In many ways, the Haight-Ashbury section of the city was the epicenter for the counter-cultural revolution of the late 1960’s, and in a very real sense many [...]

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Health Care, Immigration, Energy and Football: A Conversation With Congressman Joe Barton

It’s not often that I am glaringly, irretrievably wrong.  Sure, I may flub a number or two, but as a guy who has been trained to see both sides of an argument and anticipate the other side’s best shot, when it comes to Texas Congressman Joe Barton, boy did I swing and miss.  And not [...]

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A Peach of a Conservative: AR Interviews Liz Carter, Congressional Candidate for Georgia’s 4th District

As more and more Americans begin to wake up with each passing day from their politically-imposed fog, seemingly the past century of our history–much of which has been carefully shielded from the general populace and re-shaped with a precision that would make a master craftsman beam with pride–has come rushing back all at once. In [...]

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AR Interviews: Les Phillip, Conservative Congressional Candidate, Alabama District 5

As we begin to experience the ascendancy of true conservatism in America, it is becoming more and more readily apparent that we must make real efforts to be able to identify solid candidates, people whose values–political, cultural, and otherwise–are based in a true understanding of our founding documents and in what it means to be [...]

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AR Interviews: Michael McPadden, Conservative Candidate, Virginia’s 5th District

I read a whole lot of interviews, and I’ve conducted a few myself. It’s not often that anything surprises me.  Michael McPadden surprised me. Until I received a short “what about me?” e-mail following John Feeny’s fantastic interview with Laurence Verga, another impressive congressional candidate in Virginia’s 5th congressional district, I hadn’t heard of McPadden.  [...]

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AR Interviews: Laurence Verga, Congressional Candidate for VA-5

Traditionally, nationalizing elections has been difficult, barred by apathy and inadequate technological means.  This is a new era, however, and as gubernatorial victories in New Jersey and Virginia gave way to the election for New York’s 23rd congressional district, which in turn led to Scott Brown’s improbable triumph in Massachusetts, I’m genuinely beginning to wonder [...]

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