Rand Paul V. Ted Cruz In The Conservatarian Poll

POLL RESULTS: Rand Paul beats Ted Cruz As Conservatarians’ Favorite US Senator In A Landslide

In a desperate attempt to revitalize community engagement we at The Conservatarian asked the question I was sure would start an internal war. Rand Paul or Ted Cruz? This was all after many members of our community griped “where is Rand Paul on our last poll. Well, this time they got to see him and vote for him. And vote for him they certainly did. To my surprise, the poll wasn’t as heated of a contest as I thought with [...]

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We Are Going To Win So Much You Are Going To Get Tired Of Winning – Video Sources

Recently I made a video at The Conservatarian and it had a few articles referenced in it. Just because I know those who hate President Trump no matter what will automatically say “W3LL i d0N’t S3e d@ @rt1cL3!?!” I wanted to make this post so they are at their disposal. President Trump isn’t perfect but he is a net benefit for the country. His capitalist positions are helping propel America forward just like they did at our nation’s founding. The [...]

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2020 Presidential Poll - The Conservatarian

President Trump’s Support With Conservatarians Stays Strong With 90%+ Vote in Recent Facebook Poll.

Despite what the media says about Donald Trump’s popularity it is not swaying amongst his conservative and libertarian supporters at our Facebook page The Conservatarian. In a sweeping landslide victory, America’s current commander in chief won 93% of the poll’s total vote to the question “If the 2020 election were tomorrow who would get your vote?”. 198 Total Votes: 184 – Trump / 14 – Clinton With 198 total votes, the 45th President of the United States received 184 votes and [...]

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Understanding The New Republican Tax Plan Cover Photo

A Simple & Easy Guide To The New Republican Tax Code In Two Images & A Link.

There is a lot of confusion regarding the new Republican many biased sources are painting the bill as something it is not. So… What is it? The new Republican plan titled the “Tax Cuts And Jobs Act” is about just that, cutting over 1.5 trillion of private revenue and putting it back in our pockets.  This is essentially stopping 1.5 trillion dollars over the next 10 years from being wasted in the public sector and allowing it to stay in the [...]

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Violence Is Never An Appropriate Response To Free Speech You Disagree With.

Op-Ed: Violence Is Never An Appropriate Response To Free Speech You Disagree With.

Regardless of your political persuasion, regardless of your anger and regardless of how absolutely disgusting you feel the other side is violence is never the answer. Today in Charlottesville, Virginia at the white nationalist “Unite The Right” Rally lead by left leaning alt-righter Richard Spencer gathered to protest the removal of a Confederate statue three were killed with many more injured. One of the dead was killed by a man who literally drove his car into a group of protesters, [...]

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The 7 Republicans That Voted Against Repealing Obamacare

7 Republicans Just Voted Against a Repeal of Obamacare After 8 years of Campaigning On It. Here Is When They Can Be Primaried And Voted Out of Office.

Early Wednesday according to Fox News seven Republican Senators skipped the term R.I.N.O. and flirted with joining the Democratic Party by not only refusing to vote for a free market solution to Obamacare but actually voting against the repeal of Obamacare. Would you call them traitors to the Republic? Some might not but traitors to the people who voted them in would certainly be no dispute. So who are these seven senators? They are as followed and next to their name is [...]

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Primary, Recall or Other? This is What Should Be Done To Republicans Who Refuse To Repeal Obamacare.

March 23rd, 2010 Obamacare was pushed on to the nation’s population by President Barack Obama and his government loving party members in the House and Senate. The next day Republicans running for office made the repeal of the bill a main campaign promise and campaign a main campaign objective. So the question is what should be done to Republicans who are reneging on their promise? NOT the promise to “replace” Obamacare but the promise to REPEAL Obamacare. Often our elected [...]

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Robert Ritchie Kid Rock, Maybe One Of The Nation's Most Libertarian US Senators

If Elected Senator Kid Rock Could Be One Of The Nation’s Most Libertarian Leaning Republican Senators

Yesterday social media was ablaze as Detroit rocker Robert James Ritchie known better as Kid Rock announced he is, in fact, running for the United States Senate in the state of Michigan. This all came about after he verified KidRockForSenate.com is real and he is running. That may all be up for debate since his site links to a Warner’s Brother’s merch store which I am sure would not like to get involved in a political race. Yet regardless [...]

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Austin Petersen Declares He Will Be Running For The US Senate In Missouri

Former Libertarian Presidential Candidate Austin Petersen Declares Candidacy For The US Senate In Missouri As A Republican!

July 4th – The most patriotic day of the year and this year Austin Petersen Celebrated in the most patriotic way he knew possible, by announcing his run for the US Senate in Missouri. (Live video below). The Announcement Party at the Petersen’s Stonegait Farms and estate was very well attended. The event included a kids bouncy house, barbeque and a live band. But of course the pinicle of the night was when Petersen got on the stage and said [...]

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Libertarian Presidential Candidates and Republican Congress Candidates Austin Petersen & Ron Paul

Austin Petersen Isn’t The First To Run For President As A Libertarian And For Congress As A Republican. Here is why he is doing the right thing.

On July 4th Former Libertarian Party Presidental candidate Austin Petersen declared his run for the U.S. Senate in his home state of Missouri. But this time he declared he would be running not as a Libertarian but as a Republican. Just like former Libertarian Presidental Candidate, Ron Paul did when he returned to politics in the 1990s to run for Congress. I both cases I can guess many in the LP (Libertarian Party) were annoyed, hurt and downright angry at [...]

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