Month: October 2016

Should conservatives stay in the GOP or should they go?

A song from the Clash has been echoing in my head since Donald Trump won the Indiana Republican Primary six months ago and effectively seized my party's nomination for president: Should I stay or should I go? I joined the Grand Old Party, as it's affectionately known, shortly after graduating…

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Millions of unborn children could die under a Clinton-picked Supreme Court

Prolife voters in both parties should seriously reflect upon the following number before voting – or not voting – in the presidential election next month. 14,395,482. If Hillary Clinton wins, that's approximately how many unborn children could become victims of abortion before conservatives have another opportunity in the mid 2030s…

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Hillary Clinton’s ‘dream’ is a dystopian nightmare

Your local public library's fiction shelves are likely stocked with many dystopian novels whose settings include a massive North American super-state comprised of the remnants of what use to be the United States, Canada, Mexico, and other nations. Authors frequently use this common setting as a character of sorts, something…

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Win or lose, Trump must not be linked to conservatism

During the modern conservative movement's delicate beginnings – when a tactical blunder could have had massive strategic implications – writer William F. Buckley drummed the heresies of Objectivism and Bircherism from our movement's ranks. Disciples of Ayn Rand and Robert Welch were effectively banished to the margins and Americans began…

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