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Here are the top ten articles for the Republican Party Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Teddy Roosevelt and Women’s Suffrage
A new Bull Moose Party is trying to emerge, their leaders calling themselves “radical moderates.” But it was the old Bull Moose Party that helped women achieve the vote.
2. The Republican Stance
A basic tenet of Republican philosophy is that the strength of a nation depends on the strength of each individual. This article gives the basic philosophical stance of the Republican Party as it exists today.
3. The First Black Republican Senator - H. R. Revels
In 1991, Senate Democrats tried to derail the seating of Judge Clarence Thomas on the Supreme Court. In 1870, Hiram Revels, first Black Republican U. S. senator, had to endure three days of debate as Democrats tried to deny him admission to the seat to which he had been elected.
4. Where Did They Go?
Does it make any sense when an entire community is wiped out so that the country can have a park? That is what happened to the little community called Cades Cove. If you think it can't happen to you, you had better pay attention to Agenda 21.
5. States' rights
States' rights is a pivotal part of our Constitution. It is something that is often ignored today as federal legislation trumps states' rights. Pushing federal legislation has been a favorite strategy of the Democrats, but here is why that's not a good idea.
6. Republican Party and African Americans
The Republican Party was founded primarily on the issue of the abolition of slavery. And it was under a Republican president, Abraham Lincoln, that slavery was abolished and civil rights established for African Americans.
7. Political Terminology – Liberal and Conservative
With this article, I begin a series that will define and explain political terms such as liberal, conservative, democrat, republican, democracy, republic, capitalism, socialism, communism, and many other political terms that are often misconstrued or vaguely understood.
8. War on Women
Why do Republicans hate women, and how come my wife doesn't know about this?
9. Gerald R. Ford
Gerald R. Ford served as the 38th president of the United States, the only person to serve as both president and vice-president without being elected to either.
10. Governor Mitt Romney
Emphasizing his experience as governor, Mitt Romney offers himself as an alternative to the other candidates with less governing experience, as he seeks the nomination of the Republican Party for president in 2008.
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