[T]here are no good guys in the pig fight over who controls Washington, D.C., and there won't be until enough Americans demand something better than what either major political party has to offer.
If you live in any country that depends on the United States being an stable ally against malignant Asian regimes, then I'd view the future with real trepidation.
When we stop caring about truth, we end up crucifying what is important in exchange for what isn't, and history proves this never ends well.
At the heart of the conservative ethic, we believe that the truth supersedes opinion, because of this we must also believe that our ideas and political positions are always subject to scrutiny.
Many simply don't know what to believe anymore, so they believe the avalanche of nonsense just to have something, anything, to believe in.
It's time to burst everyone's bubble and force them into the sunlight, even if they run shrieking back into the comfortable captivity of their caves and safe spaces of their bubbles.
Conservatives have an obligation to be truth tellers, holding fast to principles of rationalism and honesty, even if we do it alone.
As both the Democratic and the Republican Party are enslaved by their political apparatus, only a third party, free of major party establishment influences, has any hope of smashing through the Overton Window for liberty.
What is just, what is honorable, and what is dignified has long since been abandoned by both major political parties.