Tag Archives: Margaret Thatcher

How to Be a Conservative

“Sir Roger Scruton, a formally trained political philosopher, talks about his life and the events he’s witnessed that led him to conservatism. He first embraced conservatism after witnessing the leftist student protests in France in May 1968. During the ensuing riots in Paris, more than three hundred people were injured. Scruton walked away from this […]

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A Hollywood Tale About a Gun-Free Zone

A few years ago I was talking with a Hollywood friend about guns. She was unhappy that I’m a gun owner. Honest—unlike most lefties—my friend told me that the Second Amendment was “out of date and should no longer be valid.” She wanted guns to be confiscated. “Do you think the gangs in LA or […]

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The Utopian Chaos of ObamaCare

The Wall Street Journal pointed out in this editorial that ObamaCare was dismantling the individual insurance market, as its architects intended from the start … this month’s mass cancellation wave has been the President’s political goal since 2008. Liberals believe they must destroy the market in order to save it. Conservatives should not, and must […]

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Margaret Thatcher: Articulating Conservative Principles

Margaret Thatcher (1925 – 2013), one of Britain’s most consequential Prime Ministers, passed away yesterday. She took a bankrupt country, a country in the death grip of socialist policies, and restored the basics of free market capitalism, while bravely defying thuggish unions that had turned the streets of Great Britain into garbage dumps. When looking […]

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