“I’m a fiscal conservative, but a social liberal.” The Epitaph for America’s Future?
Many have read a version of the following statement from “moderates,” defined here as people who want to seem high-minded and objective by staying “above the fray.” “I’m a fiscal conservative, but a social liberal.” The goal in this essay is to demonstrate the illogicality of such an oxymoron. For ultimately fiscal conservatism will be impossible, if you support social liberalism. How does one define | Read More »
Lt. Governor Andre Bauer was right ; He just used a poor choice of words.
Liberals, democrats and the media, which we all know to be one and the same, have attempted to convince the world that they have the market cornered on compassion and care for the less fortunate. They have demonized republicans and conservatives as being heartless and uncaring. Their campaign of propaganda has been very successful. The majority of apolitical, uninformed people look at conservatives in | Read More »
The US And Socialism: A View From The Inside.
While I’m away with family today, I’d like to introduce you to the lady who pulls all the levers and oils the bearings that make this thing work. Doing a daily column is a lot of work and my editor Dee is the one who gets it all done. Here is her guest editorial. Skip. Living in Britain for a number of years has given | Read More »
, Daniel Hannan
, Freedom of Speech
, Geert Wilders
, Michael Savage
, Welfare State
Sweden Gives Up On The Welfare State
(N.b. – This is actually a rearranged and expanded version of this post from last Thursday. I happened to stumble across the printed version of the cited article on Sweden over my morning tea earlier today, so I wanted to revisit this with more details and emphasis on Sweden. — Sk.) Last month (28 June) saw the 300th anniversary of the pivotal Battle of Poltava. | Read More »