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Opinion

Opinion: National Review’s War on Nationalism

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Politics

Stefanik’s rise toward leadership job irks conservatives

Conservatives in and out of Congress are expressing opposition to Rep. Elise Stefanik ‘s rise toward House Republicans’ No. 3 leadership job, grumbling that’s unlikely to derail her but serves notice that the right wing is battling again to affect the party’s future. House Republicans plan to meet privately next week, probably Wednesday, and seem

Opinion

Opinion: Conservatism at the Crossroads

American conservatives face irrelevancy and division in their ranks. Traditional conservatism, the credo of “rock-ribbed” Republicans, has faded. Americans forget the post-war conservative presidents such as Dwight Eisenhower, the World War II general, and Ronald Reagan, who demanded Mikhail Gorbachev “tear down this wall” between East and West Berlin. Instead, far-rightists, evangelical Christians, and extremist

Events

Daniel McCarthy to Speak in Prescott

The Yavapai County chapter of Conservatives for a Constitutional Republic (ConCR) will host former US Senate Candidate, Daniel McCarthy, at their meeting this Saturday,  February 27th,  at the VFW in Prescott Valley.   Mr. McCarthy has won a following in conservative circles in connection with his  spirited, grassroots campaign  in the August 4th  Republican primary against former Senator Martha

Opinion

Opinion: Biden’s Agenda Starts with His Nominees

For more than 200 years, senators have lived by a set of norms and rules designed to give all Americans a voice in their government. These long-standing principles include the precedent of deferring to presidents on their cabinet appointments. But in 2017, Democrats broke that tradition by playing hardball with President Trump’s nominations. That was

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