As a conservative, I enjoy being glib about the government partially shutting down. But the partial government shutdown is now the longest in American history and the time for glib rejoinders is over. This isn’t a minarchist utopia. The federal government is still big and intrusive. A partial shutdown doesn’t make the government smaller, it […]Read More End this Shutdown Now
Ya this is a bit late but I wanted to put something out and I’m still working on a more topical article. So what did President Donald Trump, his administration and a Republican government accomplish in their second year? Kavanaugh to the SCOTUS 18 Judges to Appeals Courts and another 47 to Circuit Courts Opening […]Read More How Trump and Congress did in 2018
Life, liberty and the pursuit of using the military to steal hundreds of thousands of acres of private propertyRead More Making Big Government “Great” Again
How Calvin Coolidge preceded modern American ConservatismRead More Calvin Coolidge and Conservatism
Why ideology isn’t badRead More The Tyranny of Clichés
Donald Trump can stop complaining about the Federal Reserve. 4 of the 5 Governors are his appointees, including the Fed Chair. The Fed is acting exactly how everyone expected it to act. If Trump didn’t want rates raised, then why did he appoint people who would raise them? Actually, he can stop acting like a […]Read More 7 New Years Pledges for DC
Twitter is a toxic subculture but conservative Twitter is– generally– a light in the dark. Here are 25 conservative Twitter accounts everyone should follow. While you’re at it, follow me @_Credible_Hulk. Allahpundit Comfortably Smug Scott Lincicome Julian Sanchez Popehat Gabriel Malor AG Conservative Josh Jordon Jonah Goldberg Robert George PoliMath Neontaster Charles Cooke Noah Rothman […]Read More 25 must follow conservatives on Twitter
A look at modern American conservatismRead More Three Conservative Movements
The short answer is the same as the long answerRead More Can any Republican beat Trump?
Is there a Democrat worth supporting in 2020? Recently that question has posed to me a couple of times. Almost two years into the Trump administration and there is an, admittedly, small group of conservatives who want a new President after the election and one of the most obvious choice would be the Democratic nominee. […]Read More Is there a Democrat worth supporting in 2020?