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The ‘isms’ That Bedevil Bush

Posted by Joshua Price on March 25, 2008

The following is the link to Pat Buchanan’s great new article. It’s relatively short, but more importantly, well worth the read. It’s a wonderful history lesson.

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Congressman Mike Pence (R-Indiania) Proposes Amendment to Defund Planned Parenthood

Posted by Joshua Price on March 19, 2008

It will be interesting to see how far this gets. Probably not far, but at least we have a few conservatives attempting to do something constructive and moral.

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Senator Jim DeMint Interview

Posted by Joshua Price on March 4, 2008

I had the great pleasure yesterday of interviewing South Carolina Senator Jim DeMint. Senator DeMint is a true, traditional conservative fighting for conservatism in the increasingly liberal and socialist Senate.

He has coauthored a wonderful new book, Why We Whisper: Restoring Our Right To Say It’s Wrong. It’s a must-read for any traditional conservative. We have also linked to the Senator’s blog,, under the blogroll.

We’re going to try something new. In the next month or so we will moving to a new site address. The site is up right now, but it doesn’t look how it will in several weeks.

The new site allows us to post audio of our interviews, so you can find the interview with Senator DeMint here:

REMEMBER: the new site, other than this interview with Senator DeMint, will not be up and running for several more weeks.

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Selwyn Duke on the State of Conservatism

Posted by Joshua Price on February 28, 2008

This is a fascinating article about the current state of conservatism. If you’re a frequent reader of this blog it’s a must read:

I couldn’t agree more that maybe we aren’t conservatives; maybe we’re revolutionaries. It’s certainly something to think about.

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