Tag Archives: Conservatives

The New Republic: Opinion- Andrew Sullivan: Here Comes The Groom- The Conservative Case For Gay Marriage

  Source: This piece was originally posted at The New Democrat Plus Just to be perfectly clear, conservative writer Andrew Sullivan, wrote this piece in the formerly liberal The New Republic, back in 1989, of all places. And the New The … Continue reading

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Global Freedom Network: Roy Dan Baron- “Liberals are idiot Compassion & Conservatives are Wise Compassion”: An Example of Pure Tea Party Nonsense

Source: This piece was originally posted at The New Democrat I’m going to try to put this in a way that is as accurate as possible, but at the same time isn’t overly insulting and unfair. Because I do respect Roy … Continue reading

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Washington Post: Opinion: EJ Dionne: The Vital Incoherent Center: What Makes up the Political Left & Political Right

American Voters The Washington Post: Opinion: EJ Dionne: The Vital Incoherent Center Again it depends on what you mean by liberal and conservative and you do lump Religious Conservatives, Neoconservatives and Libertarians in with Conservatives on the Right and do … Continue reading

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Brookings: Republicans and Tea Party Members Are Equally Socially Conservative

Religious-Conservatism and social-Conservatism are two different things. Actually Conservatism in itself is different from religious-Conservatism. Religious-Conservatism is about looking at politics from a religious point of view and believing this is the way the. Country should be and how people … Continue reading

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The Democratic Strategist: Politics: J.P. Green: “Are Republicans Giving Conservatism a Bad Name?”: Where Americans are Politically

Are Republicans Giving Conservatism a Bad Name? | Democratic Strategist. The easiest way to describe where Americans tend to be politically which of course wouldn’t cover all of us. Who are more to the right or left of us would … Continue reading

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C-SPAN: ‘Tim Pawlenty Presidential Announcement’

Source:C-SPAN– Governor Tim Pawlenty (Republican, Minnesota) announcing his 2012 presidential campaign. “Former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty held a town hall event at the Iowa Historical Building. He announced earlier in the day that he was running as a Republican candidate … Continue reading

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The Democratic Strategist: Ed Kilgore- ‘Don’t Draft Rick Perry’

Source:Yahoo News– Governor Rick Perry (Republican, Texas) “With Mitch Daniels officially out of the race, Haley Barbour and Mike Huckabee now a distant after-thought, and Newt Gingrich’s campaign running on fumes, pundits of all political stripes are finding it hard … Continue reading

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