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- House unveils bill to speed deportations of illegal immigrant children
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Topic - Richard Viguerie
Under the extremely liberal and near socialist reign of President Obama, it is easy to blame America's drifting away from its founding principles on Democrats. But the truth of the matter is that both parties are at fault and have lost their way — especially the Republican Party.
Howard Phillips was a magnificent anomaly in the worlds of politics and personal life. During his 72 years, he went from being a Harvard-educated, unsuccessful Jewish Democratic candidate for public office to an evangelical Protestant Republican who founded the Conservative Caucus and led a decades-long crusade to end the government funding of the left that was taking place under GOP and Democratic administrations alike.
"Regardless of the final results of the election, Wednesday, Nov. 7 continues a gigantic battle between small-government, constitutional conservatives and the big-government Republicans for the heart and soul of the GOP," longtime conservative maven Richard Viguerie tells Inside the Beltway.
Interpretations vary as to just what went on at last weekend's conservative gathering in Texas.
Democrats love to dream that the "tea party" - in all its inconvenient truth - will suffer a "Sarah Palin meltdown," to use this week's partisan patois of choice. Well, dream on.
Five of her people won. Indeed, Sarah Palin must relish the outcome of Tuesday's primaries, a fitting comeback to critics who claimed the power of her political endorsements had waned, and her Mama Grizzly claws had grown dull.
, such as Obamacare or the growth of spending, the deficit and the federal debt," Mr. Viguerie says.
"John McCain has had the nomination sewn up for three months, and he's done nothing to convince conservatives to come off the sidelines and join him," Mr. Viguerie said.