Richard Posner, a conservative appellate Chicago judge, claimed of the recent conserative movement, "there's been a real deterioration in conservative thinking. And that has to lead people to re-examine and modify their thinking...I've become less conservative since the Republican Party started becoming goofy."
Glad to see conservatives can see what liberals have been saying for a long time! http://www.npr.org/blogs/itsallpolitics … nservative
by Tim Lajoie11 months ago
Trump is not a conservative...so what? His positions have changed over the years...so what? My parents were liberals and became conservatives who voted for Ronald Reagan. People hold views that change...
by Alexander A. Villarasa3 years ago
The eminent essayist, author and political commentator Charles Krauthammer posited that the ongoing persistence of the disaster that is ObamaCare, could or would start the unraveling of American Liberalism...
by Josak3 years ago
Conservatives love the constitution, they believe our founding fathers were wise men who are still right hundreds of years later... except when they don't. A recent survey found 55% of Republicans want to change the...
by Credence23 years ago
Excellent op-ed page that discusses conservatism taking two distinct tracts. Have a read and share your opinion, please. http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/20 … /?src=recg
by Alternative Prime11 months ago
A FACT that some Americans might be unaware of is that Ted Cruz’s Father is actually a refugee from Communist Cuba ~ We all know Ted Cruz has other issues shadowing his campaign, but once the majority of...
by Credence219 months ago
To the hard core GOP type conservative/rightwinger: you're ridiculous, yes ridiculous in a Col. Klink, Stalag 13 kind of way.The GOP, hoping to get the youth vote, are attempting to pit the Baby Boomer Generation...
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