Browsing: conservatism

Who am I? Since the beginning of time, that question has been simple. I’m a husband or wife, son or daughter, a brother or sister. Perhaps one was a person of faith. Today, we are more divided than ever over this central question. Sixty years ago, sexual revolution ushered in a whirlwind of cultural shifts that altered society and led to the rise of identity politics and the embrace of politics over family. People are seeking counseling due to mental health struggles at massive rates, and even more are worshipping at the altar of government to find their identity.

Is America in danger of losing its heritage and identity as the Left sets radical dumpster fires one after another? The culture is changing, and no one is better at politically moving America than the Left while they trap people in a state of dependency and erode the American dream of hope, opportunity, and happiness.

If America’s political culture continues to decay, traditional issues of tax cuts, fewer regulations, or smaller government won’t matter. There may not be a country to conserve.

These are not ordinary times. America is going through a unique moment in history. Today, conservative thinking is drowned out by a charade of events following one after another. As soon as one thing hits the mainstream, another line of radical ideas follows. The result is a constant state of societal turmoil that quickly shifts political thought farther and farther to the Left at a frantic pace.

In the 1990s, a narrative began to develop as an outflow of messaging from Clinton campaign operatives. Over the last few months, it’s been a refrain I’ve heard all too often on social media. It goes something like this… “What new ideas have conservatives come up with lately? The Republican platform says ‘no’ to everything.”

Is that true? And, are liberal ideas of progress really sustainable?

There are some surprising answers to these two questions…