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Opinion: New Conservative Party Is Possible – Inside Sources

The possibility of a new American political party is not a failed trope. It is as real as the human dignity and love of freedom that inspires it.  Third parties in America have declined since the 1800s. But they continue to have a certain power and influence in American politics. The Reform Party, once championed


Opinion: Failure in the Midterms – Gregory Hood

Photo: Dr. Oz. Credit Image: © Bastiaan Slabbers/NurPhoto via ZUMA Press [Disclaimer: The views expressed in opinion pieces on the PrescotteNews website are solely those of the authors. These opinions do not necessarily represent those of the staff of Prescott eNews or its publisher.] On paper, the Republican Party should have run away with the

Buz Blog

Opinion: Time For A Little Intolerance – Buz Williams

“Tolerance will reach such a level that intelligent people will be banned from thinking so as not to offend the imbeciles.” Unknown, often attributed to Dostoevsky Senator Barry Goldwater was one of the original conservatives to buck the Republican Party establishment. As a result, many of the establishment Republicans from the Northeast refused to endorse him

Patrick J. Buchanan

Opinion: Will Midterms Be Biden’s Last Hurrah? – Patrick Buchanan

For half a decade now, America’s media elite have been obsessed with former President Donald Trump and the Republican Party’s conversion to Trumpism. Press and TV are daily consumed with his actions and prospects and the future of the party he captured in 2016. Perhaps it is time to consider the prospects of President Joe

Michael Barone

Opinion: It’s Not Exactly Trump’s Republican Party – Michael Barone

Is it Donald Trump’s Republican Party? You can make the case it is, as partisan Democrats do, from the victories of various candidates endorsed by the former president in Republican primaries. But it’s not an airtight case, and Trump’s batting average is inflated by the dozens of endorsements he has made of incumbents with no


After the insurrection, America’s far-right groups get more extreme

The U.S. Capitol remains on lockdown, defended by the National Guard. Olivier Douliery/AFP via Getty Images Matthew Valasik, Louisiana State University and Shannon Reid, University of North Carolina – Charlotte As the U.S. grapples with domestic extremism in the wake of the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, warnings about more violence are coming