Jonathon Moseley

Jonathon Moseley is a Virginia business and criminal defense attorney. Moseley is also a co-host with the "Conservative Commandos" radio show, and an active member of the Northern Virginia Tea Party. He studied Physics at Hampshire College, Finance at the University of Florida and law at George Mason University in Virginia. Moseley promoted Reagan?s policies at High Frontier and the Center for Peace in Freedom. He worked at the U.S. Department of Education, including at the Center for Choice in Education.

Most Recent Articles by Jonathon Moseley:

Liberals Exploit Rape Victims to Tear Down Society

Dec 17, 2014 — Jonathon Moseley

Liberals continuously need another crisis to fundamentally transform a country into a socialist ‘Brave New World.’ And the more shocking and/or disturbing the better.  People will not abandon their way of life unless convinced that the status quo is unacceptable.

Tuesday, May 6: Boehner Rebuke Hoped By TEA Party

May 5, 2014 — Jonathon Moseley

This Tuesday, May 6 is the Republican primary election in Ohio, North Carolina, Indiana and Tennessee. Tea party and conservative groups are hoping to hand GOP leaders like John Boehner a rebuke. Their goal is to scare the establishment to straighten up and fly “right” (less liberal).

The False Myth of the 80% Conservative

Mar 23, 2014 — Jonathon Moseley

The danger is this:  In the USA’s upcoming 2014 elections, Republican elites assume that everyone all now agrees that conservatives ‘must’ support non-conservative candidates to win more elections.  The GOP is operating on the belief that everyone is on board, simply because insiders have officially decreed it to be so.

A Solution to Gay Wedding Cakes

Mar 4, 2014 — Jonathon Moseley

There is one sure-fire way to stop any particular dumb idea being pushed by liberals.  Whatever the topic, it is almost guaranteed.

Are Liberals trying to Annoy Us?

Jan 30, 2014 — Jonathon Moseley

Republicans need to recognize an important fact:  Liberalism is not driven by any real political philosophy but by resentment, bitterness, and anger toward mainstream society.  Conservatives keep trying to patiently and politely point out where Democrat candidates are factually and logically wrong.

Reagan would Promote Limitless, Active Geothermal Energy

Jan 27, 2014 — Jonathon Moseley

Conservatives, keep an open mind:  Ronald Reagan would stop financing America’s enemies.  Therefore, Reagan would encourage widespread adoption of active geothermal energy.  Reagan believed in big ideas.  And he believed in innovation, creativity, and American’s endless ability to invent our way around our problems.

Should we care if Republicans win elections?

Jan 23, 2014 — Jonathon Moseley

In the U.S.A., Republican voters and grassroots are sharply divided in political culture from the Republican establishment and politicos.  But one culture clash in particular is urgent and important:  Does it really matter if Republicans win elections?  Republican politicos furiously insist yes.  Republican voters answer a lukewarm maybe.

War Begins: Slandering Conservatives has Started

Dec 20, 2013 — Jonathon Moseley

The attacks have begun.  The Republican establishment in the U.S.A. has now actually started the shooting war in the 2014 primary elections they have been threatening against conservative candidates for Congress.

Paul Ryan’s Deal Throws away 2014 Advantage

Dec 18, 2013 — Jonathon Moseley

Republicans in the United States just damaged their chances of winning elections in 2014, while trying to increase their chances.  That is what is wrong with the Republican Party:  A total failure to properly diagnose or understand the Party’s circumstances cripples it.  What Ronald Reagan saw so clearly, Republican insiders cannot grasp.

The Vatican and the Poor

Dec 7, 2013 — Jonathon Moseley

The Vatican Insider newspaper  in Italy reported my comments responding to Pope Francis that “Jesus Christ is weeping in heaven hearing Christians espouse a socialist philosophy that has created suffering and poverty around the world.  It is impossible to love one’s neighbor as yourself without fighting against socialism,”  I hope to explain further and propose solutions.

Perfect Candidate excuse will cost GOP Elections in 2014

Nov 27, 2013 — Jonathon Moseley

Of all the ways Republicans in the U.S.A. could still fumble their promising 2014 Congressional elections, one is the error of “the Ballistics Theory of Political Candidates” or the “Perfect Candidate Excuse.”

How GOP Insiders Will Fail in Civil War

Oct 29, 2013 — Jonathon Moseley

Now the United States is hearing “The Establishment Strikes Back.”  But this campaign against the tea party will fail, because false assumptions dominate the thinking and plans of America’s Republican establishment.  GOP insiders have now declared war on the tea party.  They are promising during the 2014 U.S. elections to restore business interests to dominate the GOP, and weaken the tea party influence.

Government War On Conservatives Still On

Oct 23, 2013 — Jonathon Moseley

The government’s war on conservatives hasn’t stopped.  On Saturday, Christine O’Donnell revealed a second onslaught from the Federal Election Commission (FEC) in addition to the illegal accessing and abuse of her income tax records by the Internal Revenue Service.  Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) is investigating the IRS on that.  News recently broke that the IRS targeted Dr. Ben Carson, for the first time, immediately after he criticized Barack Obama.

Translating ‘Obama Speak’ on Syria

Sep 7, 2013 — Jonathon Moseley

Patterns in politics can open our eyes and teach us a great deal.  We need to “connect the dots” over a long time horizon.

Has anyone noticed that a “police action” is being proposed in Syria?  Knowledgeable leaders might remember the Korean War.  Officially, the U.S. never went to war in Korea.  It was only a “police action.”  That was going to be short, (almost) everyone said.

Is Marco Rubio the same as Moderate Charlie Crist?

Jun 27, 2013 — Jonathon Moseley

Has Marco Rubio become the new Charlie Crist moderate Republican, betraying and angering conservatives to please GOP elites and liberal reporters?  Did Rubio simply fool us?  A thinking person has to start wondering:  What scandalous photographs of Marco Rubio as a young man must the government of Mexico have in its back pocket?

Marco Rubio:  Old ideas still best

Mar 18, 2013 — Jonathon Moseley

America should implement the best ideas proven to work, not chase new ideas, explained Florida U.S. Senator Marco Rubio on Thursday. Rubio scolded liberal critics whom he predicted will complain that Rubio offered no new ideas. “There’s the fallacy of it. We don’t need a new idea. There is an idea. The idea is called America. And it still works.”  Rubio’s point earned one of several standing ovations at the Conservative Political Action Conference.