As FreedomWorks' BlogCon conference gets underway this weekend, it's a good time to remember why these gatherings are so important to building conservative coalitions and advancing the cause of liberty.
Kudos to the US Senate on blocking an ill-conceived gun grab, and kudos to Team Mitch for seizing the day via a meme.
Never before has an individual had such an opportunity to make their voice heard, and many people are now starting organizations to do exactly that. These innovators are a new breed of entrepreneurs – Political Entrepreneurs.
While the Obama campaign's technology has been widely credited for their win, it may be their adaptation of tech-related theories that was their ultimate innovation. Bryan Cutsinger explains the 'Snowflake' model.
Adobe's Business Catalyst is the best CMS for campaigns you've never heard of. Here's 5 reasons to take a look at the system before the next cycle.
Trying to have a direct conversation with your Congressman can be almost impossible. Reaching a state legislator, however, is another matter.
Rob Bluey attended the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference and came away with some ideas for political operations.
The Washington Examiner took a look at the biggest problem Republicans face -- changing their culture.
In the spirit of collaboration and the spirit of Christmas, below is a list of 50 ideas that center-right candidates, organizations, technologists, bloggers and consultants can use to leverage technology for better outcomes.
Digital can and will impact GOTV in 2012, but all of the coolest and latest technology in the world is worthless to a campaign or advocacy organization unless it increases voter turnout. Here's five ways you can create a competitive advantage with the right digital tools.
TechPresident is reporting that The Democratic National Committee just launched a new microsite titled BP Republicans.