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At this point developing a credible third party is a Herculean chore legally and financially. That is probably a generational event given the monopoly the two-party plutocracy has created. Nonetheless, organically and spontaneously we are heading down that road one way or another. It’s just a matter of how long it takes and which side leaves to form it.

However, liberty in America likely doesn’t have time for a generational event to transpire. We are now debating existential questions as a people that are beyond the traditional left-of-center, right-of-center debate the two parties have been having since the New Deal. Today’s Democrat Leaders are no longer bleeding-heart liberals but hard Leftists. They’re Social Reconstructionists with Marxist tendencies.

Meanwhile, the base of the GOP is growing more conservative and libertarian in response to this new ideological threat. We recognize we cannot negotiate with the New Left, but must defeat it. The problem is the GOP establishment often acts as a de facto human shield for these Statists, so we rarely get a clear shot at them on a national stage. Between now and the 2016 election cycle I recommend a two-point plan to try and tip the scales in our favor.

1. Don’t vote for anymore corporatist Republicans in red states/districts.

All these people do is take the power of incumbency and nullify our movement with our votes. Solidly red states/districts ought to be represented by movement conservatives without exception. If they’re not, we have learned the hard way we’re no longer choosing “the lesser of two evils.” We’re choosing people who will score points repeatedly for the other team while wearing our uniform. We cannot defeat the Democrats until we defeat the GOP establishment, and we can’t do that until we stop empowering them.

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