Why RNC Chairman Reince Priebus was re-elected

By: Randy Evans

When Reince Priebus took over as chairman of the Republican National Committee (RNC) in 2011, the party was $23 million in debt and facing an incumbent Democratic president running for reelection. On Jan. 16, Priebus was re-elected to a third two-year term coming off of one of the most successful midterm elections for Republicans in history and heading into a presidential election with no incumbent.

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Destroy the states so only the central government remains

By Les Dunaway

My Tweet highlights an anti-Madison Forum – that is an organization dedicated to preventing open discussion and the competition of ideas - ProgressNow This coven of socialists is focusing on destroying organizations like the Madison Forum lest their ideas get out.

Destroy the states so that only the central govt remains – Plan to ‘Take Down’ Free-Market State Policy Groups http://t.co/bWYXULXUQB

— Les Dunaway (@lesatglsi) July 29, 2014

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What Barack Obama and George Bush have in common

By: Randy Evans

The temporary lull from around the clock politics has finally come. Of course, the Congress and president did have another year-end dance over the federal budget funding under the threat of yet another potential government shutdown.

But, just in time for Christmas, the Congress and the president agreed to spend another $1.1 trillion of taxpayer dollars to operate the government. It was a seemingly fitting end to a Congress and president that could only agree on really one thing: spending more money.

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Perdue’s legacy to be solidified by Deal’s second term

By: Randy Evans 

As the last two years of President Barack Obama’s second term expire, many will focus on the legacy he leaves. While presidents leave legacies through the policies and appointments they make, so do governors. There is probably no better example of this than one legacy left by Georgia’s first Republican governor in over a century.

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Full House at Constitutional Convention Debate

Last Wednesday, Cherokee Cattle Company and Jack Staver and friends welcomed a full house of people to participate in a debate on whether or not a Constitutional Convention would be good for our country. Lance Lamberton of Cobb Taxpayers Association defended a pro-Con Con position, while Publius Huldah, a retired lawyer, stood firmly against it. After their opening statements, the audience was welcomed to question Lance and Publius directly. The debates and questions were very insightful.

The Madison Forum is very pleased to that announce that a discussion on the ramifications of an Article V Convention of the States at our Luncheon Meeting, Monday, December 8th, Rib Ranch Restaurant, 2063 Canton Road, Marietta, GA 30066.

We invite you to watch the debate here:

Thanks to Jan Horne and Kim Strawn for video footage and production by Jan Horne.

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