The Reagan Club will be at the Western Conservative Summit in downtown Denver all weekend long. Stop by to say hi, buy a Reagan button, and purchase a membership. See you there!
Ralph Moore and Michael Stoffler with the Reagan Club of Colorado, which annually hands out prizes to those who can guess how many jelly beans are in the jar. The group sets up at the Western Conservative Summit. (Lynn Bartels, Denver Post)
If you’re attending the Western Conservative Summit this weekend, stop by our booth to say hi, get a Reagan button, jelly beans, or membership.
Do you want to attend the Western Conservative Summit in Denver for free?
We have a limited number of Sliver Passes (a $200 value) to offer for free to anyone who attends our Yellow Card Project training session on Friday, June 26th, from 9am to 12pm MDT.
Seats are limited and will be offered on a first come, first served basis – so register today. Deadline to register is Tuesday, June 23, 2015 at 1pm MDT. Someone on our team will contact you to confirm that you have secured a spot.
What is the Yellow Card Project?
Tea Party Patriots has been working on what we’re calling the Yellow Card Project for several months. Knowing that the chances of millions of grassroots activists uniting behind one conservative candidate is unlikely, we had to do something to work to get the candidates to unite behind the conservative movement. That’s what the Yellow Card Project is all about. Don’t miss your chance to be one of the first in the country to receive this training. And don’t miss your chance to attend the Western Conservative Summit for free!
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“The greatest leader is not necessarily the one who does the greatest thing’s, he is the one that gets the people to do the greatest thing’s.”
One of the things that often drives me — and probably everyone else with a drop of common sense — is how liberals constantly drone on and on about “tolerance” and how anyone who disagrees with their opinion on social issues is “intolerant” and is a “bigot.”
Which in all honesty is hilarious given that by their constant attempts to silence those who have opinions that are different from their own, they become the very thing they claim to fight against.
This little webcomic by Adam Ford — who is pretty awesome by the way — pretty much exposes how ridiculous this sort of thing really is.
Mike Rowe of Dirty Jobs fame has become a hero of sorts for hard working blue collar Americans across the country and has achieved legendary status for his ability to take down lazy leftists who criticize him for stupid reasons.
A good case in point is how Rowe dismantled one disgruntled — and likely unemployed — liberal crybaby who is tired of his “right-wing propaganda” about work ethic.
This is beyond epic.
From Mike Rowe’s Facebook:
Your constant harping on “work ethic” is growing tiresome. Just because someone’s poor doesn’t mean they’re lazy. The unemployed want to work! And many of those who can’t find work today, didn’t have the benefit of growing up with parents like yours. How can you expect someone with no role model to qualify for one of your scholarships or sign your silly “Sweat Pledge?” Rather than accusing people of not having a work-ethic, why not drop the right-wing propaganda and help them develop one?
Hi Craig, and Happy Sunday!
I’m afraid you’ve overestimated the reach of my foundation, as well as my ability to motivate people I’ve never met. For the record, I don’t believe all poor people are lazy, any more than I believe all rich people are greedy. But I can understand why so many do.
Everyday on the news, liberal pundits and politicians portray the wealthy as greedy, while conservative pundits and politicians portray the poor as lazy. Democrats have become so good at denouncing greed, Republicans now defend it. And Republicans are so good at condemning laziness, Democrats are now denying it even exists. It’s a never ending dance that gets more contorted by the day.