Today, the Hudson Institute and the Bradley Symposium hosted a number of leading conservative thinkers, who weighed in on the question: Can there be a populist conservatism? Here’s what Jonah Goldberg, Dick Armey, Rep. Mike Pence (R-Ind.) and Michael Barone had to say:
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Susan Jacoby in The Washington Post points out a largely overlooked exchange with Justice Antonin Scalia in that cross case heard by Supreme Court earlier this month. The case revolved around whether the government can keep a war memorial consisting of a solitary cross on public parkland. More…
Nicolle Wallace — the McCain campaign veteran most despised by the base — as they believe she was the one leaking damaging lines about Sarah Palin — tells the GOP to look beyond Alaska and toward “CSI: New York.”
One Republican I know suggested [ed – Why is this
I just talked with Steve Moore, the Club for Growth founder and current editorial page writer for The Wall Street Journal, to get a sense of how dedicated free market conservatives were reacting to Republican demands for the AIG bonuses to be clawed back.
“The government is going to More…
Here’s a look at some worthy articles from the right side of the blogosphere and journospheres in this, week one of the Obama presidency.
Far-right anti-Obama blogger Pamela Geller got all misty watching the farewell address of “the last American president.”
We do not have a President-elect that loves this country, or one that grew up in America, that cherishes the constitution, that plays it straight. The President elect is an internationalist, not
The populist hero was born on a small farm not far from the Canadian border. As a boy, he scraped together money by raising chickens and managing a grocery store. He then worked his way through an unprestigious law school, and enlisted in the Marines to More…