“I got involved in politics because of Barack Obama’s election,” said Matt Krause. “I have four kids. I didn’t want to be the generation that didn’t leave a better country to my children and grandchildren than those who came before me.”
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard conservatives tell me a story similar to Matt’s. But I’m encouraged more Americans every day wake up to the danger our country faces and take action.
Matt Krause took the Leadership Institute’s Future Candidate School and won election to the Texas House of Representatives.
Moral outrage is the most powerful motivating force in politics.
Every year, counter-culture bullies call for political correctness against celebrations of Christmas. College and university campuses are centers of this persecution.
My staff at the Leadership Institute’s Campus Reform powerfully satirized many of the actual regulations imposed by colleges as “inclusive holiday” guidelines. Their video, “The 12 Bans of Christmas,” a play on the popular “The 12 Days of Christmas” song, is quite funny, but it exposes outrageous leftist abuses.
In politics, it is not enough to know what’s right.
To succeed, your command of a subject must be so secure that you can persuade people you are right. And then you must activate them.
Plunder and Deceit by Mark Levin is a necessary read for anyone who fights against statist power grabs.
This new book sets the stage for the 2016 election and beyond.
Levin’s new book is a wake-up call, especially for young people. He explains the dangers of government and the coming crisis our country faces -- the loss of the greatest...
In early 1961, I decided to try to be a Goldwater delegate to the 1964 Republican National Convention. When Barry Goldwater beat the party establishment and won the G.O.P. Presidential nomination, I was his youngest elected delegate at San Francisco's Cow Palace. And I've been deeply involved in politics ever since.
In 1975, I wrote an article for the Young Americans for Freedom magazine New Guard entitled, "So You Want To Go To A Convention?"
Oklahoman Steve Antosh read the article and followed my advice. The next year, at age 19, Steve was elected a Reagan delegate to the 1976 G.O.P. national convention. Four years later, in 1980, Steve was the National Director of Youth for Reagan.
Drumroll please…..the winner of the Leadership Institute’s 2014 employee of the year is Miss Kaitlyn Schallhorn.
Kaitlyn Schallhorn joined the Leadership Institute as a Campus Reform (CRO) reporter in February of 2014.
One of the first things Kaitlyn wrote for CRO was a 1,500 word exclusive report that uncovered a corrupt Black Panther professor, who was intimidating students, and involved in a graduation scandal that resulted in the resignation of the university’s chancellor.
But Kaitlyn’s crowning achievement has been her tireless work developing...
On January 1, 1982, Ronald Reagan said:
“Although I know most of the world celebrates the New Year with us today, I think this holiday is an especially American tradition. Most of us are at home or with our families this morning, getting ready to watch the splendor of parades and excitement of football. Later our families will gather around the dinner table, and we'll pray for guidance and strength in the New Year. Today we take a short and well-earned break from the building and industry and enterprise that make our country strong. We pause to reflect on the values of God and family and freedom that make us great.”
Ronald Reagan was a strong president. A man of faith, a man of conservative principles, and a man of action – who loved America and knew what made our country great.
I served for three years under President Reagan on his White House Staff. I miss...
Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.
Our nation’s first president issued a proclamation of Thanksgiving on October 3, 1789 “to be observed by acknowledging with grateful hearts the many favors of Almighty God ... especially an opportunity to establish a form of government for our safety and happiness.”
In his proclamation, George Washington also asked Americans to pray for our government to be “a blessing to all the people by constantly being a government of wise, just, and constitutional laws.”
A fellow Leadership Institute's donor graciously loaned a full-size portrait of George Washington. It stands in the Leadership Institute’s headquarters to remind my staff and me about the America our founding fathers built – a country built on prayer, tradition, and hard work.
With your help, the Leadership Institute fights to uphold...
Today, you and I celebrate Veterans Day.
All my staff at the Leadership Institute join me in honoring our veterans in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard.
Our nation’s armed forces give their blood, toil, tears, and sweat – both in war and peacetime – to keep America free.
I count myself blessed to live in a prosperous country defended by the greatest military in the world. And our country still holds a special place in history, despite all that the liberals do to sabotage it.
Let me share with you an article about Army veteran and Leadership Institute graduate Larry Provost.
A groundswell of conservative complaints and considerable new information has led Congressmen Darrell Issa and Jim Jordan to ask Treasury Department Inspector General J. Russell George to “conduct an investigation to determine whether groups that possess tax-exempt status were targeted for audits or examinations based on their political beliefs or ideology.”
Your Institute is one such targeted group.
Why do studies show that college seniors are more liberal than college freshmen? Simply put, campus radicals dominate almost every college campus in America and create a hostile environment for conservatives and libertarians.
Leftists claim to support diversity. But “safe spaces,” “trigger warnings,” and political correctness run amok show that liberals in higher education reject diversity of thought and freedom of speech.
Conservatives rarely have an outlet for their beliefs. When students get news about their campus, the official student newspaper is often simply a tool for spreading leftist propaganda. Many university administrations blatantly censor conservative ideas and opinions.
However, many conservatives and libertarians now fight back and stand up for free speech with newspapers of their own.