Deeply Divided: How Conservatives Will Overcome The Establishment And Reform Our Party, State And Nation

BY: Senator Chris McDaniel Much has been made about the present divide in the Republican Party.  Mississippi is no stranger to the controversy.  My U.S. Senate race against Thad Cochran in 2014 exposed deep divisions within the party, both state and national. Incumbent U.S. Senator Thad Cochran had to rely upon thousands of liberal Democrats […]


THIS IS HOW WE ARE MAKING AN IMPACT

A LETTER FROM KEITH PLUNKETT In a recent commentary written by Bill Crawford he asks a question Mississippi Conservatives have been asking for years now: “What about all those state senators and representatives and city and county officials who converted from Democrat to Republican over the last several years? Were they impersonating Democrats before they […]


MBJ: UNITED CONSERVATIVES FUND COULD UPSET BALANCE OF POWER IN DISTRICT 1 CONGRESSIONAL RACE.

From the Mississippi Business Journal: Should United Conservatives Fund, the political action committee recently formed by the tea party-backed McDaniel, decide to field a candidate in the race, observers say it could upset the balance for Republican candidates supported by the GOP mainstream. It would also represent the first test of McDaniel’s staying power among […]


LATEST “STATE OF THE STATES” DATA SHOWS OPPORTUNITY FOR CONSERVATIVE REVIVAL STARTS IN MISSISSIPPI

BY: B. Keith Plunkett @Keithplunkett | UCF Staff The latest ‘State of the States’ reports by Gallup are out this week and the findings show what most already knew about Mississippi: we identify ourselves as the most conservative state in the nation, retaking that distinction from neighboring Alabama. However, as in years past in the […]