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What is conservatism? It is a question that could be answered a thousand different ways. On the modern American political scene, conservatism is often portrayed as outdated, offensive, and inconsistent with the rapidly changing times. Yet, at its core, conservatism is still a practical, applicable, and logical political philosophy — a philosophy deeply concerned with maintaining what … Continue reading What is Conservatism?
September 14th 2019 (American Thinker) - When the economy is flourishing but a generation of the populace is fiscally failing, what has gone wrong? Young Americans are struggling financially for a plethora of reasons, but one of those reasons is not the economy. Then why are members of the Millennial and Z Generation struggling financially? Primarily because of … Continue reading Why do Young Americans Struggle Financially? It’s not the Economy’s Fault
March 13th, 2019 (American Thinker) - How does one reconcile the Left's preaching of civility with its penchant for bigotry? If there is one topic that the Left loves to talk about, it is tolerance, particularly on college campuses. However, in the real world, this topic is not leftists' strong suit. In reality, the Left has proven … Continue reading A Campus Conservative’s Plea for Civility
March 11, 2019 (American Thinker) — How did socialism become mainstream? Look no farther than modern-day socialism's roots: Marxism. When one observes the modern political scene occupied by the likes of Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris, one observes nothing but modern-day Marxism. When one observes the modern-day college campus, one observes nothing but the Marxist-leftist … Continue reading Marxism, the Frankfurt School, and the Leftist Takeover of the College Campus