Tag Archives: NeverTrump

But What About My True Conservatism?

Once you get past all the noise on both sides, Donald Trump is clearly a different kind of Republican and he succeeded in the Republican primary and with swing voters in Flyover Country precisely because he isn’t a typical Republican. … Continue reading

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Pro-Trump, Anti-Trump and the Meta-Narrative

By Dan Phillips “As in Jephthah’s day, at stake in the upcoming presidential election is the life or death of a nation.  Is Trump America’s Jephthah?  Only if, by the providence of Almighty God, He moves the hearts and minds … Continue reading

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Right-to-Work and Conservative Inc. Cluelessness

By Dan Phillips As the son of a union member, I have long said that reflexive conservative anti-unionism is ill advised and counterproductive, and I have taken some grief for it. Unionism in the American context is a complicated subject … Continue reading

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