Guest Dispatch: Thatcher’s Legacy, Like Reagan’s, Lives and Inspires Millions

The following Guest Dispatch comes to us from Arthur Freyre, Esq. in Miami, Florida. Arthur raises several great points on recent events worth pondering. Not sure why though he dings the great Mark Levin. If you live in Washington, DC as long as I have, folks would be clamoring for more radio hosts like Levin. …

Guest Dispatch: GOP, Relevance or Irrelevant

This week’s Guest Dispatch by Arthur Freyre takes a look at GOP, the recent RNC Winter Meeting, and the future of the party. Before you read it, a few words from the Editor.  A lot has been said about the future of the Grand Ol’ Party. Most of it, not good. Some of it is …

Guest Dispatch: Core Beliefs – A Washington Casualty?

The following Guest Dispatch hails from the West Coast.  You can learn more about John Flores by visiting his first post on our site, here.  If you have never seen A Man for All Seasons, do so this weekend. What a great story. As John says in his post, More was dedicated to truth and …

Guest Dispatch: How We Got Here, According to Me

Our weekly Guest Dispatch hails from the West Coast. John Flores’s first post on DC Dispatches was late last year. It was a good read. You learn more about him, here. John’s first dispatch for the new year, How We Got Here: According to Me, is a personal tale about his family’s experience growing up in …

Guest Dispatch: Deal Or No Deal?

This week’s Guest Dispatch post comes from Arthur Freyre, an attorney and conservative activist in South Florida. Next week the 112th Congress will tackle its last item of legislative business, finding a solution to the fiscal cliff that, if there is no agreement between the political parties, will result in mandatory federal budget spending cuts …

Guest Dispatch: A View from the West Coast

This week’s Guest Dispatch is brought to you from the West Coast and a former candidate for Congress, John Flores. I met John many moons ago while working at the Republican National Committee. He’s good people, a great American. John ran in a very tough, Democratic-leaning Congressional seat. Twice. While we knew it would be a …

Guest Dispatch: Political Musings from a South Florida Lawyer

This week’s Guest Dispatch post comes from Arthur Freyre, an attorney and conservative activist in South Florida. Arthur chimes in on a few recent political events including Senator DeMint’s surprise announcement that he was retiring from the Senate to run the Heritage Foundation. While some of us are still wondering why the Senator was stepping …