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The Progressive Roadmap to Total Control

The Progressive Roadmap to Total Control

For progressives, progress means only one direction: further Left. And further Left means more and more government, granting them more and more power and control to implement their Utopian vision. Because you can’t simply force your Brave New World onto a free...
The Shifting Center of the Modern Left

The Shifting Center of the Modern Left

This submission comes from an anonymous reader In the increasing hostility of American politics, conservatives are often stumped by how to combat the Left in open debate. One tactic used by the Left is shifting the goalposts. In order to fight back against this...
The Supreme Law of the Land

The Supreme Law of the Land

True or false: the Constitution alone is the supreme law of the land, not subsequent federal laws or anything else. In other words, if a federal law comes into conflict with the Constitution, do judges have a duty to overturn the unconstitutional law? If you ask this...
Response to “Why Libertarians Are Wrong”

Response to “Why Libertarians Are Wrong”

On Sunday, I came across an article written by Daniel McCarthy for Spectator USA, entitled “Why Libertarians Are Wrong.” As a conservative with strong libertarian leanings and an interest in philosophy, I eagerly clicked on the link to see some philosophical heavy...
Liberals and Libertarians Can Be Pro-Life Too

Liberals and Libertarians Can Be Pro-Life Too

When people hear that I’m pro-life, they immediately assume that I’m a conservative. They happen to be right. I’m not embarrassed by my ideology, but I am sad that most people perceive the pro-life movement as limited to a single point on the...
The Problem with Pragmatism

The Problem with Pragmatism

I am an ideologue. More specifically, I’m a conservative. I adhere to an ideology that treasures individual freedom and voluntary social morality. While some might use the term “ideologue” to degrade a belief system as dogmatic or self-righteous, I’m proud...