The more things change, the more things seem to stay the same

One of my favorite Conservative voices is Daniel Horowitz, Senior Editor at Conservative Review. He is also the host of a the podcast, The Conservative Conscience, where he hits the major issues coming out of Washington from a strictly Conservative point-of-view.

With the challenges to liberty and the Constitution growing more intense, The Conservative Conscience is a great way to learn how to “cut through the half-truths, the lies, the hot air, and the smoke” coming out of Washington.

In my effort to spread the Conservative message, I will be featuring his podcasts when they are available. I invite you to listen here, or subscribe using one of the links below.



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Podcast Show Notes

In this episode of The Conservative Conscience, Daniel goes through a list of disturbing observations this week from Congress and Trump (and some of his Cabinet picks) that demonstrate we might not move in a fundamentally different direction on some of the most critical issues.

From social engineering in the military and the Iran deal to Obamacare and Israel policy, there are a lot of disturbing signs that Republicans are taking Obama-era policies as a legitimate baseline and will not fulfill their promises to wipe his presidency clean.

What is evident from these observations is that we don’t have a personnel problem. Even good people in this system will feel the pressure to never think outside the broken box. We need to systemically reform our entire system of government, and we should not wait for Democrats to win back power to pursue some of the long-term reforms we need.

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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.