Category Archives: Conservatism

Misunderstood Power of Civility

Given the disturbing events in Tucson, it is not surprising that the President and others are calling for a more civil political dialogue. I agree with their call, but before we get too far down the road, we should make … Continue reading

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Airport Security – Symbolic of Greater Problems

I am grateful that Ron Paul has stepped up to address the issue of overbearing airport security. As he well says in his remarks, “…enough is enough.” To me the direction our airport security has taken is symbolic of a … Continue reading

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Karl Rove in SLC

I had a chance today to attend a workshop with Karl Rove, who was in town promoting his new book: Courage & Consequence. It was an interesting hour. I was a little disappointed that much of the time was spent … Continue reading

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Top 5 Books for Conservatives

Today on our radio show, The Conservative Professor, I threw out my top 5 books for conservatives if I were going to create a Conservative 101. The Law: Fredric Bastiat American Cause: Russell Kirk Conservative Mind: Russell Kirk Commentaries on … Continue reading

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