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The Unchanging Principles Of Conservatism Defined

August 23, 2019 by

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By Kay Coles James (President of The Heritage Foundation) ~ At The Heritage Foundation, we’re always thinking about ways to talk to new and nontraditional audiences about how conservative principles can create the greatest freedom, opportunity, prosperity, and civil society for the American people. We realize that for these ideas to take hold, we have […]

Observations From An Indignant Millennial

June 20, 2019 by

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By Mark Alexander ~ “I had always hoped that the younger generation receiving their early impressions after the flame of liberty had been kindled in every breast … would have sympathized with oppression wherever found, and proved their love of liberty beyond their own share of it.” —Thomas Jefferson (1814) Having read my recent column, […]

Australian Politics – Left Trashes The Liberal Party, Right Gets Blamed

November 28, 2018 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, of the Liberal Left, lost 14 seats at the Federal Election. He called a needless by-election for his seat and ensured the Liberals lost it. MPs, of the Liberal Left, blocked the leadership challenge of conservative Peter Dutton and installed Scott Morrison instead. Kelly O’Dwyer, Julia […]

Australian Politics – Victorian Election Result – Liberal Party Left Blame The Right For Liberal Party Left Defeat

November 26, 2018 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ The Liberal Party Left makes no sense in exploiting the Victorian debacle. Senate president Scott Ryan says this was “primarily a state campaign” and the state Liberals were in the “strong Liberal tradition” of Jeff Kennett – socially “liberal in their outlook”. I think Victoria is historically a liberal state… A […]

The 3 Big Differences Between Conservatives And Progressives

November 3, 2018 by

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By Genevieve Wood ~ What’s the difference between a conservative and a progressive? Here are three examples. No. 1: Conservatives and progressives have different views about individuals and communities. Conservatives ask: “What can I do for myself, my family, my community, and my fellow citizens?” Progressives ask: “What is unfair?” “What am I owed?” “What […]

The Real Indian For President

October 20, 2018 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Outgoing US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley is the real deal. Even better, she’s a real Indian, unlike 1/1024th Indian Elizabeth Warren: Outgoing U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley brought laughter to the annual Al Smith Dinner in New York City on Thursday when she riffed on Sen. Elizabeth Warren. Haley was […]

The High Cost of Waiting to Drain the Swamp

July 3, 2017 by

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By Edwin J. Feulner, Ph.D. Founder of The Heritage Foundation ~ Congress’ Inaction on Trump’s Agenda Costs America Nearly 1,000 Jobs Per Day “Drain the swamp!” It was the battle cry of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign. Many Republican members of Congress echoed that call as well, riding it to victory — and control of both […]