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The GOP and following principles

As we approach the March 1 primary and mid-term elections, this column will discuss the broad principles of what the Republican Party stands for.

As we approach the March 1 primary and mid-term elections, this column will discuss the broad principles of what the Republican Party stands for.

Wall Street Journal columnist Peggy Noonan captured the essence of this in a recent op-ed. She called for the GOP to provide sane leadership, stand against excess and put itself forward as being worthy of leadership.

Noonan opined that “the party should retain its ancestral beliefs – for power being held closest to the individual and the family, and radiating out from there to the county, state, and nation,” adding that “the party was meant to be Main Street, not Wall Street or any other center of concentrated power – big business, big-tech. Really anything that begins with big.”

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