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Lita is a rock ribbed conservative from rural Georgia. She is the former State Director of Lone Star Liberty-Georgia, a freelance writer, founder of The Conservative Bullhorn and Conservatives United Against Progressivism. She is also a lifelong pro-life, constitutional rights activist. She is the mother of 3, a Christian, gun enthusiast and enjoys playing guitar. She has organized efforts in Georgia to fight back against special interest groups and government officials who have sought to limit our individual freedoms. She fought on behalf of Georgia Charter Schools and organized a get out the vote effort on a referendum that defeated special interest lobbying overwhelmingly. She distributed petitions and organized support to fight the Georgia Governor’s veto of RFRA (Religious Freedom Restoration Act) and his veto of the Open Carry Campus Bill. She continues to push back against the liberal special interest groups and the state and national elected officials who threaten Georgia’s individual freedoms. “The fight for liberty never ends.” -Ted Cruz

Freedom Caucus Defends Liberty Against Trump’s Healthcare Agenda

By L Whitener With only 17% of American support of the Trump/Ryan healthcare disaster, it had virtually no chance of becoming law. The bill did not repeal Obamacare nor did it restore healthcare to the free market as Republicans vying... Continue Reading →


Donald Trump, Like It Or Not, Owns TrumpCare

By L Whitener As a conservative, who offered Donald Trump’s own words as proof, that he held the same socialist positions as Bernie Sanders, it amazes me how anyone could deny that the GOP Obamacare replacement bill is anything but... Continue Reading →

Trump’isms’: Blurring The Lines of Conservatism

By L Whitener Donald Trump's mixed bag of policy ideas and his steady flow of unbridled, executive missteps are contrary to the principles that truly 'Make America Great.' For conservatism, they are downright catastrophic. By falsely claiming that Trump is... Continue Reading →

An Open Letter To The Congressional Freedom Caucus

By L Whitener Dear Members of the Congressional Freedom Caucus, In 2010, conservative voters gave Republicans the House. In 2014, we gave you the Senate. In 2016, to the horror of many conservatives, a lifelong progressive won the election as... Continue Reading →

The Ugly Truth About Trump’s Revised Travel Ban

By L Whitener Donald Trump signed a new travel ban affecting people from six majority-Muslim nations Monday, an effort to replace the original executive order that was struck down in court. At an earlier press announcement, Secretary of state Rex... Continue Reading →

Trump’s Russia Problem Just Grew Legs

By L Whitener Trump’s former National Security Adviser, Michael Flynn, resigned last month after misleading Vice President Mike Pence and others about conversations he had with Russia’s ambassador before Trump took office. Trump said Flynn did nothing wrong, but “I... Continue Reading →

Post Joint Session Conservative Analysis

By L Whitener Donald Trump's opportunity to attract the grassroots conservative base, escaped him last night. The issues that conservatives are most compassionate about, by and large, weren't even mentioned in his address. The tough rhetoric of his campaign turned... Continue Reading →

A Troubling In-depth Look At Trump’s SCOTUS Nominee That Every Conservative Must See

By L Whitener This should've been the year that conservatives finally learned not to trust politicians in Washington. After 8 long, miserable years of Republicans on Capitol Hill folding like cheap lawn chairs to Obama's agenda, conservatives are still placing... Continue Reading →

Freedom Under Assault, Deafening Silence From Conservatives In Washington

By L Whitener Just one day after Steve Bannon unveils Trump's economic nationalist agenda at CPAC, the 1st Amendment of the U.S. Constitution falls under direct assault by Donald Trump, who banned media organizations of his choice from attending Sean Spicer's... Continue Reading →

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