Moving Ahead

I can tell you about the approximately 920 new regulations that are going to be proposed by the administration in the next 90 days. I can tell you about the 5,778 regulations that have been proposed by the administration in the last 90 days. I can also tell you about the $6 billion the administration has pledged to Asia for green energy.

The simple fact, however, is this is what the country voted for. Whether they knew it or refused the information warning them, this is what the country voted for.

Shortly after the election, noted conservative talk show host, Rush Limbaugh, said; “I feel like we lost the country.”

We haven’t lost the country, yet, but for the moment we have lost the younger generation. If you look at the cable news ratings, yes, Fox News is consistently number one overall, but what many are overlooking is MSNBC’s strong performance in the 25-54 demographics; particularly by Rachel Maddow and Lawrence O’Donnell. While Fox still wins most nights in this demographic, MSNBC has had its share of victories.

Finally, if you want to know the prevailing mindset of this demographic, all you need to do is, on any given day, go to Reddit/politics to see what articles they are sharing and approving.

The question is what do we do to move ahead. While the liberals have the phrase “forward,” what we must do is move ahead. We must get ahead of the problems we are facing if we hope to overcome them.

“How?” You ask.

Good question. A question that it is imperative the GOP find an answer for, together. Otherwise the GOP will be condemned as the eternal opposition party.

I think Bill Whittle has done an excellent job of analyzing this last election. I present to you these two videos. The second video “Bill Whittle explains conservatives” has been through the gauntlet on the internet and you may have seen it. The first video “Where to go next” was done shortly after the election loss and I find it to be truly motivating.

Watching them both will take about 45 minutes, find the time it’s worth it.

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