Conservatives

Sheri Few: THE Conservative in the SC-5 Special Election

It isn’t every day that one of our friends, who is also one of the original #StopCommonCore moms, runs for Congress. So it with a special sense of urgency that we tell our conservative readers about Sheri Few, who is THE conservative candidate running in the special election to fill the vacancy created by Rep. Mick Mulvaney’s appointment to head President Trump’s Office of Management and Budget.

Nixon, LBJ, and the First Shots in the Judges’ War

Patrick J. Buchanan, The American Conservative

The Democrats’ drive to defeat Neil Gorsuch is the latest battle in a 50-year war for control of the Supreme Court—a war that began with a conspiracy against Richard Nixon by Chief Justice Earl Warren, Justice Abe Fortas, and Lyndon Johnson. Behind the hostility to the mild-mannered and decent Neil Gorsuch lies the same malevolence that lynched Clement Haynsworth.

Journey to the Center of the Country

Victor Davis Hanson, National Review

If Trump’s political agendas so far are correctives of Obama radicalism, his cultural and rhetorical agendas — Americans first, nationalism in lieu of globalization, economic and military rather than soft power, confident American ascendance rather than slow and comfortable adjustment to decline, the melting pot over the salad bowl — represent to the Democrats heretical apostasies from the entire politically correct national faith.

President Trump And The First Robin Of Spring

The moral of the story; not everyone who drops a load of dung on you is your enemy, and not everyone who digs you out is your friend.

Viguerie Makes List Of 64 Greatest Conservatives -- Vote for your favorite

Steve Deace, Conservative Review

Who is The Greatest American Conservative? Deace selected who he believes have been the 64 most influential figures in modern conservatism's history, and he's seeded and placed them in four regions just like they do in the NCAA basketball tournament every March. Richard Viguerie is in the 'West region.'

The False Compassion Of Liberalism

Stephen Moore, Investor's Business Daily

Government, by its nature, is not compassionate. It can't be. It is nothing other than a force. Government can only spend a dollar to help someone when it forcibly takes a dollar from someone else. At its core, government welfare is predicated on a false compassion. This isn't to say that government should never take collective action to help people. But these actions are based on compulsion, not compassion.