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  • Reject the politics of hate

    Divisiveness and disunity are fatal to a vibrant republic. Woven into our nation’s fabric are fundamental systems that encourage unique perspectives and a vibrant political discourse, encouraging the plurality of opinions while charting a singular course forward.

    Washington Examiner
  • Conservative politics after Afghanistan

    In the run-up to the 2020 elections, it was not uncommon to hear people say, “I’m not voting on foreign policy. I’m voting on [pick your domestic issue].” Here’s the problem with that logic. Regardless of what voters think they’re voting for, they’re definitely voting on foreign affairs and national

    The Washington Times
  • When Politics Isn’t About Principle

    From vaccine mandates to religious liberty, your allies often matter more than your ideology.

    @nytimes