Blogs & Blog Posts on Conservative in Minnesota



Blogs on "Conservative"

No Politics As Usual
Challenging partisanship, calling out corruption, and confronting "pol...

I'll Take Tea
I'm a child of God, wife of one, mother of one homeschooled teenager. ...

Jack of All Trades Blog
Right of center political commentary about Minnesota and the western suburb...

EckerNet.Com
Opinion and analysis of national and local news from a conservative perspec...

Enlighten New Brighton
Promote and advocate positive change in local and state government entities...

Les Enfants Terrible
Upon much reflection I can think of nothing that makes this blog distinctiv...

Lake Minnetonka Liberty
Conservative, common sense conversations about news, current affairs and po...

Psycmeister's Ice Palace
A conservative educator and Blue Star Dad, fighting the good fight here at ...

Blog Posts on Conservative

Why we occupy. by MN Progressive Project on Oct 28, 2011 in progressive, conservative, OWS, inequality, occupy         For just a moment, go back about seventy five years in our history. We were recovering from drought and economic calamity. We were about to enter a terrible time of war. Imagine those times, and the people. In the...



Conservative values of Authority, Loyality and Purity by MN Progressive Project on Oct 27, 2011 in progressive, liberal, conservative, persuasion, Messaging, authority, loyality, purityIn getting to majorities, we need to persuade people who are not like us. Jon Haidt says on a TED talk that basically liberals have two ethical values while conservatives have five ethical values. In looking at this chart, One side is liberals and on...



Better Persuasion through Better Packaging by MN Progressive Project on Oct 26, 2011 in DFL, openness, TED, fear, Messaging, persuasion, conservative, liberal, progressiveProgressives could persuade more voters if we learn to persuade people who are not like us! Our instincts are to pile on more evidence, more graphs, more passion and more explanations. Now just consider if those are the wrong instincts to persuade th...



Health in Mind, Body, and Economy by No Politics As Usual on Aug 8, 2011 in Schools, Mental Health, Crime, Taxes, Conservative, Economy, Veterans, Unemployment, Recession, Prisons, Budget Cuts, Healthcare, Discrimination, Rights, Drugs, Credit, NIMH, Debt, Investments, Jobs            In this disastrous and worsening economy, it’s time we become true fiscal conservatives and begin spending more on mental health care. Yes. Spend. More. Conservative. Don’t leave...



Contessa gets OWNED on MSNBC by Duck Duck Gray Duck on Jul 26, 2011 in Humor, News and Current Events, Politics, Videos, Congress, conservative, Contessa, Contessa Brewer, debt ceiling, , economics, GOP Congressman, interview fail, Mo Brooks, , MSNBC, news bloopers, Rep. Brooks, reporting failToday, Contessa "educated" a conservative Representative that if Congress does not raise the debt raising, the country would be "reverting into a depression." Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL) said he disagreed which prompted the MSNBC host to ask him if he had...



Michele Bachmann: Good Candidate or Bad? by No Politics As Usual on Jul 15, 2011 in Minnesota, Romney, Conservative, Iowa, Michele Bachmann, Rick Perry, Presidency, Tea Party, GOP, Congress, 2012, Republican, Obama, Mike Huckabee, Sarah Palin            A few months ago, when the name “Michele Bachmann” was mentioned many people would respond: “Who?” Pundits who analyzed her potential as a presidential contender suggested tha...



Balanced Budget Amendment: An Unfunded Mandate by No Politics As Usual on Jul 14, 2011 in Debt Limit, Taxes, Conservative, Economy, Partisanship, Demographics, Constitution, Recession, Entitlements, Budget, Unfunded Mandates, Republican, Mandatory Spending, Debt, Balanced Budget Amendment            With the bargaining chips at the table for debt reduction talks, we expect to see the partisan dreams of each party spilling over into the public discourse. Raising taxes, reforming e...



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