Category: Conservatism

Orwell: Progressives Aren’t Fascists

But neither can they satisfy the longings of the human soul.
Scott Galupo August 26, 2014

Development of Non-Toxic 2016 GOP Agenda Continues Apace

The release of Rep. Paul Ryan’s anti-poverty “discussion draft” last week marks another milestone in a long, painstaking, and…
Scott Galupo July 30, 2014

Republicans Wreck the Vote

This week, seven college students and voting-rights advocates are challenging a North Carolina voting regulation law, alleging age-based discrimination.…
Catherine Addington July 10, 2014

The Conservatism of New Urbanism

Traditional neighborhoods foster traditional culture, and shouldn't be abandoned to the left.
Jonathan Coppage July 9, 2014

A Crucial Question for Reformicons

All things being equal, I should be fan of Yuval Levin. I haven’t read his Burke- Paine book, but…
Scott McConnell July 8, 2014

Nixon’s The One

Pat Buchanan documents the '68 campaign with detail and nuance.
Scott McConnell July 2, 2014

Homelessness, Housing, and the Failures of the Regulatory Impulse

When it comes to homelessness, many communities’ first instinct is to regulate the problem away. Making certain aspects of…
Catherine Addington June 26, 2014

David Brat’s Half-Cocked Theological-Economic Fusionism

Michael Tanner recently—but before the shocker primary in suburban Richmond—lamented that the tea party’s influence was waning because it…
Scott Galupo June 18, 2014

Crony Capitalism Kicks Off the World Cup

International soccer's organizing body brings corruption to every level of sport.
Catherine Addington June 12, 2014

Eric Cantor Rides Tea Party Tiger, Is Devoured

If you look at the arc of House Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s last three years of service in Congress,…
Scott Galupo June 11, 2014