Monday, January 21, 2019

Trump Budget Compromise Opposed by Left and Right — But Could Pass National Review Continues to be...

Trump Budget Compromise Opposed by Left and Right — But Could Pass National Review Continues to be...


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from Steve Byas at The New American | Politics
https://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/politics/item/31246-trump-budget-compromise-opposed-by-left-and-right-but-could-pass
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

Trump Budget Compromise Opposed by Left and Right — But Could Pass

Trump Budget Compromise Opposed by Left and Right — But Could Passtrump-budget-compromise-opposed-by-left-and-right-but-could-pass

The Democrats pronounced Trump's proposals, which would reopen the month-long government shutdown, as “non-starters,” but they might pass anyway.

 

 

 

 



Steve Byas at New American
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

Friday, January 18, 2019

National Review Continues to be a Trojan Horse Inside the Gates of Conservatism Several States...

National Review Continues to be a Trojan Horse Inside the Gates of Conservatism Several States...


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from Steve Byas at The New American | Politics
https://www.thenewamerican.com/culture/item/31222-national-review-continues-to-be-a-trojan-horse-inside-the-gates-of-conservatism
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

National Review Continues to be a Trojan Horse Inside the Gates of Conservatism

National Review Continues to be a Trojan Horse Inside the Gates of Conservatismnational-review-continues-to-be-a-trojan-horse-inside-the-gates-of-conservatism

National Review has long been considered a flagship publication for conservativsm, but is it really more of a Trojan Horse?



Steve Byas at New American
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

Thursday, January 17, 2019

Several States Invoking Nullification to Rein In Federal Government

Several States Invoking Nullification to Rein In Federal Governmentseveral-states-invoking-nullification-to-rein-in-federal-government

The Federal Government regularly exercises powers beyond those found in the Constitution, but several states are turning to nullification and interposition to mitigate this activity.



Steve Byas at New American
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

Pelosi Plays Political Hardball With State of the Union Address Beto O’Rourke Claims to “Trust the...

Pelosi Plays Political Hardball With State of the Union Address Beto O’Rourke Claims to “Trust the...


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from Steve Byas at The New American | Politics
https://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/politics/item/31211-pelosi-plays-political-hardball-with-state-of-the-union-message
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.

Pelosi Plays Political Hardball With State of the Union Address

Pelosi Plays Political Hardball With State of the Union Addresspelosi-plays-political-hardball-with-state-of-the-union-message

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi thinks denying President Donald Trump the national TV stage of the traditional State of the Union message will hurt him poltiically.



Steve Byas at New American
 Steve Byas is a professor of History & Government at Randall University, in Norman, Oklahoma. For nearly four decades he has been a publishing partner of the Oklahoma Constitution newspaper. His publication is highly regarded in political circles and among the conservative base. The publication's annual Conservative Index is a scoring of each of the 149 state legislators. It has become a standard for identifying the core principles (or lack thereof) of each elected official in the legislature.
  Professor Byas is also a respected adviser to several political leaders and a recent delegate to the Republican National Convention. His commitment to Liberty and Judao-Christian principles has been an influence upon Oklahoma's Conservative movement.