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Conservatives Have Much To Lose by Voting for Trump

John McCormack of the Weekly Standard has urged social conservatives not to vote for Donald Trump. The costs of supporting Trump, McCormack argues, outweigh the benefits. 424 more words

Politics

Wile E. Conservative and the Trudeau Roadrunner

Those conservative coyotes are really crazy clowns.  When will they learn that they never can mow him down?

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On this summery weekend at the end of May, Canada’s two main political parties are simultaneously engaged in holding conventions. 903 more words

Canada

Victor Davis Hanson: Why GOP Will Vote Trump

Why Republicans Will Vote For Trump

by Victor Davis Hanson    at Hoover Institute

“If Donald Trump manages to curb most of his more outrageous outbursts by November, most Republicans who would have preferred that he did not receive the nomination will probably hold their noses and vote for him. 160 more words

National Politics

What Conservative Government? – Part 6, EU Referendum Legacy: A Tory Party Hated By Left And Right Alike

By waging such a disingenuous, fear-based campaign for Britain to remain in the European Union, David Cameron and George Osborne are sowing the seeds of their own political destruction… 901 more words

UK Politics

You know what they say about assumptions

When I decided to go some place not travelled by many, (although it should be) I thought of myself as daring and capable. “How easy it is,”  I thought, “to go to a place that speaks English and is so very familiar.” And I do stick by that initial perception, that what I decided to do was difficult, especially for someone who gets nervous driving around Denver at night. 994 more words

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Paperback Writer - Book Announcement

‘Dear Sir or Madam, will you read my book?
It took me years to write, will you take a look?
It’s based on a novel by a man named Lear… 436 more words

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Is Conservatism Liberal?

For political conservatives, the answer is “sort of” since movement conservatives since the 1950s have generally understood themselves as classical liberals — in favor of markets, representative government, and constitutional separation of powers (including church and state). 805 more words

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