Seven Awesome Conservative Lifehacks
1. Reclaim your time by unsubscribing to junk emails. If you’ve ever given money to a conservative cause, or especially to a fake conservative cause, every single conservagrifter, republiscammer, and rip-off with “Tea Party” in its name is now clogging your inbox with junk. This kind of time banditry is super annoying – yes, of course, I want the GOP to stand up to Obama’s gun grab, so stop sending me your damn polls! But it’s also a timesuck. You spend at least 15 seconds a day deleting this junk. That’s two minutes a week, 104 minutes a year. Save nearly two hours a year by taking five minutes right now to go through your emails and unsubscribe to all those useless newsletters, fake alerts, and other unwanted dreck. Just make sure you don’t accidentally unsubscribe to Townhall’s daily newsletter or Jim Geraghty’s Morning Jolt. They rule.
2. Make a real difference by picking a local race and helping out. As a practical matter, the presidential race is going to be what it is no matter what you do, so find a local race and intervene with time and money. There, your personal influence is going to be exponentially greater, and you’ll help the movement by building the farm team while enacting conservative policies at the state and local levels. I help out with this West Point dad here in the belly of the blue beast, and damn if we weren’t.