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*'''Congressman [[Larry McDonald]],''' U.S. Representative from Georgia, 2nd head of [[John Birch Society]], on board [[KAL 007]] when shot down by the Soviets near [[Moneron Island]] on Sept. 1, 1983, Only sitting congressman to be reportedly killed by the Soviets during the Cold War.
 
*'''Congressman [[Larry McDonald]],''' U.S. Representative from Georgia, 2nd head of [[John Birch Society]], on board [[KAL 007]] when shot down by the Soviets near [[Moneron Island]] on Sept. 1, 1983, Only sitting congressman to be reportedly killed by the Soviets during the Cold War.
  
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*'''Congressman [[Steve King]],''' U.S. Representative from Iowa
  
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*'''Congresswoman [[Michele Bachmann]],''' U.S. Representative from Minnesota
  
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*'''Congressman [[Louie Gohmert]],''' U.S. Representative from Texas
  
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*'''Congressman [[Paul Broun]],''' U.S. Representative from Georgia
  
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*'''Congressman [[Justin Amash]],''' U.S. Representative from Michigan
  
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*'''Congressman [[Tim Huelskamp]],''' U.S. Representative from Kansas
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*'''Congressman [[Allen West]],''' U.S. Representative from Florida
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*'''Congressman [[Trey Gowdy]],''' U.S. Representative from South Carolina
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*'''Congressman [[Raul Labrador]],''' U.S. Representative from Idaho
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*'''Congresswoman [[Kristi Noem]],''' U.S. Representative from South Dakota
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*'''Congresswoman [[Sue Myrick]],''' U.S. Representative from North Carolina, retiring in 2013
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*'''Congressman [[Trent Franks]],''' U.S. Representative from Arizona
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*'''Congressman [[Joe Walsh]],''' U.S. Representative from Illinois
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*'''Congressman [[Jason Chaffetz]],''' U.S. Representative from Utah
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*'''Congressman [[Ron Paul]],''' U.S. Representative from Texas
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*'''Senator [[Jim DeMint]],''' U.S. Senator from South Carolina, retiring from Senate in 2013 to become President of [[The Heritage Foundation]]
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*'''Senator [[Rand Paul]],''' U.S. Senator from Kentucky
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*'''Senator [[Mike Lee]],''' U.S. Senator from Utah
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*'''Senator [[James Inhofe]],''' U.S. Senator from Oklahoma
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*'''Senator [[Jeff Sessions]],''' U.S. Senator from Alabama
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*'''Governor [[Scott Walker]],''' Governor of Wisconsin
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*[http://www.youtube.com/user/rescueKAL007#p/a/FD3DE4F0642C350C/0/1c8v-kgLvhM Larry McDonald on Crossfire in 1983, Ron Paul intro]
 
*[http://www.youtube.com/user/rescueKAL007#p/a/FD3DE4F0642C350C/0/1c8v-kgLvhM Larry McDonald on Crossfire in 1983, Ron Paul intro]
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*[http://bertschlossberg.blogspot.com/#!/ A Forgotten Man: Congressman Larry McDonald]
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Latest revision as of 19:31, 27 June 2016

The following is a list of Conservative Politicians and legistators (past and present)

  • Congressman Steve King, U.S. Representative from Iowa
  • Congressman Paul Broun, U.S. Representative from Georgia
  • Congressman Allen West, U.S. Representative from Florida
  • Congressman Trey Gowdy, U.S. Representative from South Carolina
  • Congresswoman Kristi Noem, U.S. Representative from South Dakota
  • Congresswoman Sue Myrick, U.S. Representative from North Carolina, retiring in 2013
  • Congressman Joe Walsh, U.S. Representative from Illinois
  • Congressman Ron Paul, U.S. Representative from Texas
  • Senator Rand Paul, U.S. Senator from Kentucky
  • Senator Mike Lee, U.S. Senator from Utah


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