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Wednesday, December 10, 2014

The Plot to Checkmate Reagan

My new book A Choice Not An Echo has a chapter on every Republican National Convention from 1940 to the present. The Republican nominee for President is supposed to be chosen by the 2,000 Delegates elected by the voters in their own states to a National Convention, which takes place every four years. My book shows you how frequently the presidential nominee is really selected by a little group of self-appointed kingmakers who have goals very different from conservative grassrooters. That battle within the Republican Party goes on before every presidential election, and it will be fierce prior to the upcoming Republican convention in 2016. It’s pretty clear that grassroots Delegates are conservatives who want less expensive government, lower taxes, and policies that respect traditional marriage, parent’s rights in education, and the right to life, whereas the Establishment cares more, even exclusively, about fiscal issues.

Would you like to play a role in selecting the next President? You will not be able to be a player in the process unless you have read the history of previous conventions in my new book A Choice Not An Echo. My book A Choice Not An Echo has a chapter on every Republican National Convention so you will know about the shenanigans that took place in the past.

In 1980, conservatives were determined to nominate Ronald Reagan, but the Establishment instead wanted a president they could control, so they devised a plan to control Reagan if he were elected President. It was an outrageous and unconstitutional plan and it almost succeeded. In my new book A Choice Not An Echo, I tell what that plan was, and how failed. Then we elected Ronald Reagan to become the greatest President of the 20th century.

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