I’m disgusted by our political class and I’m sure you are too.
It’s time we hold them accountable and that’s why I’m thrilled to announce that I’ve been appointed the President of Conservative Review.
Conservative Review is the solution to the age old problem of politicians saying the right things to get elected only to watch them go soft once in office.
At Conservative Review we provide all the information you need to evaluate your representatives in a concise format.
On Conservative Review you can review our “Liberty Score” score card for your representative based on a six year analysis of their top 50 votes. Readers can also review member profiles for more detailed information.
Our team has done the work for you!
Now you must play your part. Membership is free – please sign up at Conservative Review and become a part of the “Trust, but verify” team.
For more details read investigative journalist Matt Boyle’s story on Breitbart.com:
What the Conservative Review is trying to do, the group says, is help those other facets of the conservative movement coordinate its messaging better to correctly define what being a “conservative” actually is—and help people across America understand what their members Congress are actually doing rather than just what they’re saying. Their website, which is still being upgraded but has been soft-launched online, is designed to function like a social media site where people can create their own profile and track how their members of Congress vote.
For most—eventually all, once they have it all together—members of Congress in both the House and Senate, the Conservative Review will have a scorecard with a “Liberty Score,” but will also have lengthy sections that go deeper than just a grade in explaining what members of Congress are actually doing. For instance, even though Senate Budget Committee ranking member Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) has an 80 percent Liberty Score—which even though it’s a “B,” it’s relatively good by this group’s harsh ranking system. His member profile that lays out “What You Don’t See on the Scorecard” notes Sessions’ work for the conservative movement in fighting the efforts of the political elite to pass a comprehensive immigration reform, or amnesty, bill through Congress.
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