Alpha Conservatism vs. Beta Liberalism

Has America trended toward becoming a Meathead nation? If so, it’s time to change course. See the post immediately below for an account of how some real alpha males showed their stuff. … Continue reading

Reconciling Conservatism and Libertarianism

Conservatives and libertarians should be natural allies but often find themselves at odds with each other.  While agreeing on most liberty issues, small government, low taxes, etc. they clash on moral issues.  Libertarians often seem to be left-wing libertarian, not … Continue reading

The Republican Establishment Has It In For Conservatives

Professor Jacobson with Clarity on Mitt Romney… We are on a path to nominate someone who campaigned against Reagan, campaigned against the Contract with America, campaigned against those who are pro-Life, campaigned against 2d Amendment rights, campaigned against conservatism, and … Continue reading

Conservatives Should Be Wary of Newt Gingrich

There are several well known reasons to be wary of Newt Gingrich.  His support for health care mandates and his chummy relationship with health care radical Dr. Donald Berwick, for example.  No one, absolutely no one with any knowledge of Newt … Continue reading

Thoughts on Keynes, Hayek, Liberals and Conservatives

Keynesian economics is popular with politicians because it espouses all sorts of things that politicians can and should do to fix a stalled economy. Hayek’s Austrian economics holds that politicians will be creating more harm than good by doing the … Continue reading

Bill Whittle — A Nation of Desire

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George Will at CPAC

Here is the video, in three parts, of George Will’s speech Thursday night at CPAC [Conservative Political Action Conference] being held in Washington D.C. February 18-20. As usual with George Will, his speech has many good lines. One I like … Continue reading