Tag Archives: conservatism

The Diversity of Ideas

I was fortunate enough to start off my weekend in Washington D.C. with The Heritage Foundation. 1200 members packed into the Washington Marriott Wardman Park for the 2010 President’s Club Meeting, which involved a series of talks and information sessions. The Heritage Foundation is the strongest conservative public policy think tank in the world, and […]

Conservative babes pose for calendar

Once again, it’s that time of the year–the Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute has released their 2010 Great American Conservative Women calendar. You can buy one at the website, but Fox News has all the pictures up at their website in a nifty slideshow. Featured ladies include Michelle Malkin, SE Cupp, Ann Coulter, Rep. Michele […]

McCarthy: 'There is nothing less civilized than rewarding evil'

From NRO’s Andrew McCarthy, the best juxtaposition of the two opposing worldviews through the perspective of the recent pirate episode: “Civilized” is a much-misunderstood word, thanks to the “rule of law” crowd that is making our planet an increasingly dangerous place. Civilization is not an evolution of mankind but the imposition of human good on […]

Brooks: Scratch that, Obama rules

David Brooks, the New York Times’ idea of a sensible conservative voice, had a great op-ed (by his standards) Monday. It was unpredictably critical of Barack Obama, mainly for his administration’s massive spending. It looked as if Brooks couldn’t believe in the change.  Then he rolls out today’s op-ed, prostrating himself before the Almighty Obama by letting […]