- - Wednesday, February 15, 2017


The GOP, under President Trump and Vice President Pence, has the ability to rewrite many new U.S. strategy playbooks. The primary Republican strategy must be to expand and broaden the party’s successes and capitalize on the Trump-delivered majorities.

To accomplish this in the age of the massive, Clinton-supporting news networks, Republicans must hire 10 times as many news reporters and invest in 10 times the modern social media and online content producers as the Democrats.

The GOP’s Hollywood strategy is easy: Simply bring back 10 times the classically trained actors, musicians and dancers to the big screen, and use zero computer-generated graphics. (The 2011 film “Courageous” is a remarkable step toward a more conservative Hollywood.)

More than anything, Republicans must convince 10 times as many U.S. consumers and charitable givers to support 10 times as many local and national for-profit companies, small businesses and retail shops as they currently do. As kind and giving as Americans are to churches and favorite charities, they must be as equally kind and generous to the small, medium and large for-profit businesses that hire in, operate and fiscally sustain our communities. America would organically be “great again” almost overnight if we all became kinder, gentler consumers — especially toward all hardworking employees.

Republicans and their leaders must find these patrons, engage them, direct them and even compensate them — better than the Soros-Clinton “foundations” of the world compensate their leftist detractors and protesters. Akin to patrons of the arts throughout history, more conservative journalists, filmmakers, actors and consumers will be the drivers of America’s turnaround under the Trump-Pence administration.



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