Why conservatives can’t compromise on the debt ceiling…
This post originally appeared here. National Review columnist Mark Steyn makes an excellent point this morning: There is something surreal and unnerving about the so-called “debt ceiling” negotiations staggering on in Washington. In the real world, negotiations on an increase in one’s debt limit are conducted between the borrower and the lender. Only in Washington is a debt increase negotiated between two groups of borrowers. Actually, | Read More »
The Buckley Rule.
This little gem also appears at MatthewHurtt.com. Enjoy. I am under no impression this post will be comprehensive; however, the following is something I believe the Conservative movement should consider when playing in electoral politics. I have been reminded on a number of occasions that the only people who make policy in America today are those who are elected to office – be it local, state, | Read More »
Fighting for the Right on Campus
As this is my first post, I find it fitting to explain to readers why I am here and what I plan to do through this medium. The note reminds me “introductory or welcome messages, or other short posts must be placed in Open Threads,” but I feel that this will likely evolve into some level of commentary on the political climate on our college | Read More »