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Tag: Progressivism

Politics

How I Realized I’m A Conservative

Although I grew up in a union household and surrounded by progressive peers, I kept noticing liberal policies sound good but actually reinforce poor choices. It dawned on me: I’m a conservative.

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Education

Campus Progressivism Can’t Compete With Reality

When graduates enter the real world post-college, experience will modify their knee-jerk liberal ideology.

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2016U.S. News

Why Bill De Blasio Should Run For President

A Bill de Blasio run for president would be good for Hillary Clinton, for the mayor, and for everyone.

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Philosophy

The Left’s Radical Consistency On RFRA

The Progressive ideology explains why the Left supported RFRA in 1993 but is so opposed to it now.

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History

Republicans Should Stop Promoting ‘Laboratories of Democracy’

Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis coined the phrase ‘laboratories of democracy’ to describe the ideal preface to complete central planning.

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Culture

Conservatism Is Obsolete

Our culture and political institutions have become so rotten that conserving them will preserve the injuries they do us all. Time to reform society from the bottom up.

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Culture

President Obama’s Narcissism Reflects Our Own

President Obama’s narcissism helps us ask, ‘Do we really want to behave this way, given the consequences?’

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Religion

Evangelicalism’s Worldwide Explosion May Strengthen Progressivism

It is not at all clear that the global evangelicalism surge will be good for humanity or orthodox Christianity.

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GovernmentU.S. News

Connecticut To Minors: You Can Pick Abortion But Not Chemotherapy

Connecticut is forcing a 17-year-old girl to undergo chemotherapy despite her mother’s protests. But it has no problem with minors making other serious medical decisions alone.

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Science & Technology

The Other Sixties Revolution Has Unexpectedly Returned

Two cultural revolutions occurred in the sixties. One was political, the other religious and therapeutic.

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