Feel free to laugh: "I gravitate to facts, logic, and reality, whereas to me, liberalism is based on theory, and feelings, and fantasy."
The liberal project's foe is a conservative ideology that de-legitimizes other modes of thought, compromise and a thought for the common weal
I don’t like to overuse the term “must read” but Linda Martin Alcoff’s The Future of Whiteness (2015, Polity) is a must-read. We live in the era of white reaction to non-whites getting equal rights, and changing demographics – by 2050 white Europeans will no longer be a majority – have created a frenzy of over-reaction on the right, and some problems on the left too, as Bernie Sanders found out when Black Lives Matter upstaged him and demanded to be heard.
According to Michael Savage, Sanders is not only a "liberal weasel Jew" but secretly a front man for Clinton to make her look like a centrist
Conservatives have for a long time controlled the discourse on freedom and liberty, but these are liberal ideals, and we must take them back
We see demagogues, unregulated capitalism, and might-makes-right. These, as populism, ultraliberalism, and political messianism, are the enemy
Calls for the Progressives to "break up" with the Democratic Party as an abusive partner miss the mark. The problems is actually their neglect of the party.
The idea that progressives need to break up with the Democratic Party, that it's "Time to get out of this abusive relationship" is based on a false premise
Loathe what the liberals stand for, meet their agenda with animosity, cultivate a visceral desire to wipe it from the face of the Earth. Hate, hate, hate it with the fires of a thousand burning suns.
"They don't like the constitution, they don't love this country, they don't appreciate the greatness of America, they don't think of this country the way I do"
Accumulating research suggests political beliefs are hard-wired into our biology, so can conservatives change their minds?
It's funny that it took conservatives this long, or rather one conservative, this long to arrive here. But here he is. Strong liberalism is on the rise, Bruce Bartlett announces rather sadly.
Not all liberals are progressive, and not all progressives are liberal. And when we discuss politics, we must recognize and respect our differences.
Bryan Fischer dishonestly says liberals hate America and Christianity because they want to replace America as it was founded
Conservatives seem completely confused and befuddled by reality, as evidenced by Liberty Counsel's Matt Barber and his recent scree
Harsh attacks by liberals on liberals who disagreed with the President's Social Security proposal seem aimed at stifling democratic dissent
In Why America Needs a Left, Eli Zaretsky makes a case for a 'hard' left, something beyond either progressivism or liberalism
Conservatives have convinced themselves of libearlism's illigitimacy; now they have convinced themselves liberalism will fail
Longtime foe of multiculturalism, William J. Bennett, says Republicans lost culture war and accuses Democrats of playing identity politics
The conservative mind is focused on a sense of privilege and possession of rights nobody else gets to enjoy, whatever the Constitution says