Anyone who doesn’t see the need for a new party by now is either not paying attention to the most basic facts on the ground or is not in this field for the right reasons. Now it’s time to explore a path to starting a new party, a party that will not only serve as a home for the conservative base but one that can even convert the growing numbers of disenchanted Democrat voters. In this episode of “The Conservative Conscience,” we begin plotting such a course.
Also, what happens when conservatives actually focus on what’s important and demand action from Trump on our priorities? He actually listens. After we called for him to cut off the bailouts for the insurance cartel and for Congress, Trump has immediately turned his focus to that endeavor. Now conservatives must follow through and make sure Trump and those around him actually enact our plan.
Finally, we lament the missed opportunity to argue true holistic health care reform from a position of strength. Ultimately, we need a new party because people who fundamentally don’t share our values will never articulate or enact our views.
- The judicial war on God and prayer and how Republicans don’t care
- Mr. President, Twitter is not a policy outcome
- GOP: party of transgenderism and Medicaid
- A critique of the conservative media
Daniel Horowitz is a Senior Editor at Conservative Review, a Conservative writer, and a policy analyst focusing on the hot-button issues in Congress. He is the author of the new book, Stolen Sovereignty: How to Stop Unelected Judges from Transforming America.
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