A well conceived strategy is the central, cohesive element of any successful effort to achieve an important objective.

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Immigration Reform & the Republican Party

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Cataloguing the Bush Years

Ed Gillespie | National Review Online | July 01, 2013

Last week’s tragic terrorist attack on the Boston marathon was a grim reminder that, while our homeland is safer today than it was before the attacks of September 11, 2001, Americans cannot take that safety for granted.

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Ed Gillespie: Republican Voters Resigned To Immigration Reform

Elise Foley | The Huffington Post | July 01, 2013

WASHINGTON -- Immigration reform that includes a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants may not be the bogeyman many Republicans think it is, GOP strategist Ed Gillespie and pollster John McLaughlin said Wednesday, based on focus groups with conservatives in Iowa and South Carolina.

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A well conceived strategy is the centerpiece for the personnel decisions, project assignments and tactis necessary to win in the marketplace of ideas. The number of people who have the experience, vision and insight necessary to craft an overarching strategy—who can craft a keystone for sucess—is limited.

Ed Gillespie is widely recognized as one of those people.

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