Strands of conservatism: a lesson in conservative thought; Conservative Ethics
I appreciate the many comments and recommendations from RS readers for my first diary in this series. I seem to have set the bar rather high on the first entry; I only hope that I live up to your expectations for the remaining entries.
Strands of conservatism: a lesson on conservative thought in four parts
Recently, I have had the opportunity to joust with a few of our lefty lurker friends. Some of them have been quite courteous and seemed genuinely interested in what RS has to offer. Others have been – well, not so courteous. During the course of interacting with one of the less polite fellows, bs suggested that I expand my response describing conservatism and countering liberalism | Read More »
Rupert Murdoch repremanded the media, saying they had dug themselves “a deep hole” and had lost credibility. The media responded by ignoring the story and going in search of stories that would bring better ratings. An extensive new research study has found that unhappy people watch more TV while those consider themselves happy spend more time reading and socializing. Television executives now have ordered the | Read More »