TBP Praiseworthy: New Articles on The Bold Pursuit

This week, The Bold Pursuit presents articles in The Patriot’s Notepad and JWT’s Journal.

In The Patriot’s Notepad, Ruel Russell, St. Paul, Minnesota, shares his experiences in local politics and shows us several ways in which we can participate and “Making a Difference … in Your Own Backyard”

“Voting is only one small way to express our freedom of choice, but certainly is not the only way. Regardless of your party of choice, you can always participate with your party on a local level.”

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Robert Arvay offers an analysis of the post-midterm election fall-out and “How the Left Got Blind-Sided …” by the Will of the People:

“… conservatism is back with a force and fury that has the Left stunned. Shock and awe has set in. This time, the left does not get away with calling us “hostage-takers,” terrorists and knuckle-dragging Neanderthals. We’re mad as hell, and we won’t take it any more.”

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Per usual, John Wayne Tucker’s weekly column, JWT’s Journal, gives us historical perspective applied to modern day dilemmas:  “Is it Wise to Cut Taxes in This Economy?”

“…What would be the consequences of allowing these Bush Tax Cuts to expire? First, every income tax bracket would increase significantly — even the 10% tax bracket would increase to 15%. Additionally, every other bracket would increase by similar amounts. (That increase is 5%, not $5.00). This is a huge increase in any income bracket…”

I hope you find these articles informative and thought-provoking. If you enjoy our content, let us know and feel free to use the “Email” or “Share” links to send a link to your friends.

Thank you for visiting The Bold Pursuit!

Clio

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3 thoughts on “TBP Praiseworthy: New Articles on The Bold Pursuit

  1. Clio – Your website is the most well organized, informative, and well researched contribution to the blog world. The format, style and impact are unmatched by other sites that I have visited. It is a pleasure to read the articles and offer an opinion when appropriate. The subjects are germane to the current themes of our society. You have created an open forum for the exchange of ideas and philosophies. Thank you for this opportunity to share with like-minded patriots. You and your staff are to be commended. I can only think of one thing to do with The Bold Pursuit – recommend it to other fellow citizens.

  2. Thank you, Genevieve! Your kind words are encouraging and gratifying. All the writers and staff work very hard to make The Bold Pursuit a unique and edifying experience. I'm so pleased that you found it to be so. On behalf of The Bold Pursuit, thank you!

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