“In some ways, the word conservative is misleading, as it implies a resistance to change. As conservatives, there is nothing we want more than change.”
This is how 2015 really ended: not with a bang, but with a whimper, and an egregious amount of spinning.
The left has spent half a century fighting the smoke, not the fire, which is why their policies continue to fail to effectively reduce the persistent generational poverty in cities across the United States.
Happy New Year.
“Open your mouth, judge righteously, defend the rights of the poor and needy.”
– Proverbs 31:9 –
We conservatives are now the underdog insurgency, fighting to restore the values of Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.
As the Primary season begins to heat up, conservatives need to remember what the wisest and best of all men
While most terms the leftists have used to describe themselves have had their time, “liberal” has stuck around. Why?
Excuses won’t improve the economy but frankly neither will political rhetoric. Like a medical drama, the disease isn’t what’s killing the patient, it’s the treatment.
As this article is intended to be a kind of “Epistle to the Conservatives”, if it stings a little, then that’s intended.
America is losing ground, losing opportunity, and losing prosperity, and that’s simply not what America is about.
The sad reality is that poverty is not as complex as the left seems to want to make it out to be, and the solutions to the poverty problem don’t actually need to be complex or even expansive.
Any tax upon the People’s livelihoods is tyranny…
Unrestrained government ultimately benefits only those with political power
The minimum wage remains a fiercely debated issue, and the conservative position is too often misrepresented and caricatured into an indefensible straw man.
So immense is Reagan’s legacy that almost thirty years after leaving office and over a decade since his death, the left continues to talk about Reagan. Not because they want to, but because they have to.
As a lifelong conservative, constitutionalist, capitalist, and card carrying Republican for 23 years, I am positively ecstatic that at long last the Democratic Party is running a candidate like Bernie Sanders for president of the United States.
The most compelling argument against conservatism is that it is inherently unfair and discriminates against underprivileged classes of people.
The debate between the ideological left (socialism) and ideological right (capitalism) had been ongoing for over 200 years by 1848, when
America needs to have a long, hard conversation about race, politics, and economics, but it isn’t possible with everyone sitting in two camps.