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In my first post I outlined three “pillars” of conservatism – rights, respect, and responsibility. I will be posting several articles giving greater consideration to these “pillars” over the next few weeks. In regard to respect, Conservatism supports a high view of the individual, whereas liberalism divides people by groups and classes, which are set against each other. Liberals cannot escape these personal categories. In contrast, Conservatives define themselves by ideas and actions. For example, whenever liberals speak of the current President, they cannot help but notice his race. How else can you explain the gaffes by Chris Matthews, Joe Biden, and Harry Reid – all three highly accomplished public speakers. I think that Freud would have something to say about this.  

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Simply, it is the newest and best political blog!

Realistically, it is the newest of the new in a crowded niche without any cache.

Fortunately, it is written by a man of passion, who believes in Conservative Principles of rights, responsibility, and respect.

Honestly, it is currently a lone voice “crying in the wilderness”, but conceptually it is a funnel for disparate voices, ideas, and causes to join together and speak more loudly than any lone individual.

Ideally, it is the promise of a more active, engaged, and enthusiastic Conservative Movement that stands up for its core principles.

Eventually, it will be the impetus for a Trending Conservative Nation!

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