The Founding Fathers’ Blog is Back

Conservative_imageAfter a long layoff, conservative authors of the Founding Fathers’ blog believe it is time to revive the forum.  This is an era of declining conservative content in print media and the blogosphere seems dominated by hate speech and race baiting from the left.  (Only in the medium of talk radio is there a strong presence of conservative advocacy, a domain in which Judeo-Christian principles and traditional America values are revered and promoted)

Years ago, this blog served a useful conservative purpose- exposing liberal and progressive behaviors in Lee County, North Carolina, and our country.  There still exists a need for locally generated conservative content, especially given the rapid decline in quality of local blogs (like the Rant) and the recent departure of the only conservative editor our local paper managed to employ over the last two decades.

We are encouraged by the strong interest being shown by the growing number of local conservatives who wish to publish original content, including opinion pieces and newsworthy reports the local paper seems incapable of sharing with the public.  As always, authors are required to use the surname of their chosen Founding Father when posting content.  However, comments can be made using one’s actual name or a surname, whichever is preferred.

Let the dialogue begin….

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About James Madison

I was the fourth president of these United States. My wife Dolley and I are greatly disturbed with the erosion of your liberties and the encroachment of the present federal, state, and local governments. I was an original member of the Democratic-Republican Party in this country and I would welcome a return to the conservative values that united Democrats and Republicans in my day. Let's start with putting God back in our lives and our government so He will richly bless our endeavors in Lee County. Let's force our elected officials be more transparent and accountable to the electorate in fiscal and social matters. I look forward to hearing your ideas about these matters and others that are on your hearts and minds. Thank You for participating!
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