There appears to be a dark conspiracy afoot in the land: Americans are refusing in great numbers to tip off pollsters, the media and Washington’s ruling, bipartisan elites to their thoughts and stratagems.
Rand is clearly different and has become very difficult to marginalize.
Elections have consequences, and with the rise of the Tea Party, a new south was emerging as well.
There is no stopping change. One just hopes that changes, which always have unintended consequences, are not made just for the sake of change.
One man who makes no bones about going against the grain is John Derbyshire. He is Joseph Cotto's guest for a frank conversation on race and conservatism in America.
OCALA, Fla., August 22, 2014 — Ever since the black eighteen-year-old was shot by Darren Wilson, a white police officer in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, mindlessness has ruled the day. This has dragged on for nearly two weeks now! Of course, it’s worth noting that Brown was unarmed when killed, as well as ...
Professor Thomas Krannawitter has written a slim volume that gives us “A Guide to Talking Politics Without the Noise.”
OCALA, Fla., July 22, 2014 — If you think that abortion should be legal, but lean right on other issues, do you deserve a voice in the conservative movement? The answer should be an enthusiastic “Yes!”. This isn’t because the pro-choice perspective is morally superior and therefore impervious to criticism. Not by a country mile. ...
Sixty years ago, when "The Conservative Mind" first appeared, both Time and Newsweek described Russell Kirk as one of the nation's most influential thinkers.
CommDigiNews Hour tonight, 6:30 pm EDT starts the onversations on the upcoming 2014 Midterm, Conservatism and a preview of Sunday's Game of Thrones finale
There is nothing more American than baseball, apple pie, the flag and the Miss USA pageant.
Conservatives from different parts of the world uphold their respective traditions and may disagree on a wide range of issues.
OCALA, Fla., June 5, 2014 — What we call “conservatism” in today’s America was not always so. While the center-right is now associated with endless wars, runaway defense spending, decreased civil liberties in the name of national security, and moral hypocrisy, this is an anomaly. Once upon a time, our nation’s conservatives stood for non-interventionism, ...
OCALA, Fla., June 4, 2014 — The Right is on the rise across the Old Continent. During last month’s European Union parliamentary elections, boldly right to far-right parties scored stunning victories. Chief amongst these are the United Kingdom Independence Party, a no-holds-barred foe of the EU, and France’s paleoconservative Front National. The established order of ...
OCALA, Fla., June 3, 2014 — The Republican Party is in a difficult spot. In recent years, it has followed path after path only to wind up at the same intersection. This is where the interests of social conservatives and fiscal watchdogs meet. Neither side is ceding an inch for control over the GOP’s future. ...
OCALA, Fla., April 28, 2014 — It’s no secret that the American conservative movement is bereft of ideas. One need only watch a weekday evening cable “news” program or listen to any number of talk radio shows to discover how bad the situation is. How often do we hear about reproductive rights, school vouchers, global ...
Dr. Yeagley and in his words, he explains his rich Comanche heritage to us on a deeply personal level.
CPAC 2014 ends with Sarah Palin as the grand finale.
"I'm here to see America win...We are the party who has the polices that will work best. We are the party that will create growth and opportunity.
(T)he non-PC Right may be able to survive only by becoming a quasi-socialist but culturally conservative party.