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A Conservative Response to Income Inequality

A Conservative Response to Income Inequality

December 4, 2014 at 12:10 pm 7 comments

by Prof. Patrick Garry: Inequality is just a symptom; the real problem is a constricted mobility for lower and middle income households. Throughout the Obama era, the issue of income inequality has been a central tool of political strategizing.  Liberals have used the issue as a sword against conservatives, accusing […]

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Plutocracy No More: A Conservative Response to Inequality

Plutocracy No More: A Conservative Response to Inequality

January 30, 2014 at 11:30 am 0 comments

by Jeremy Kee: “It is the power of our vote, not the size of our bank account that drives our democracy.” Thus spoke President Obama in his recent State of the Union address. The clear implication is that America is at risk of transitioning into a sort of democratic plutocracy, […]

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The Legacy of Margaret Thatcher

The Legacy of Margaret Thatcher

April 26, 2013 at 3:45 am 0 comments

There is no such thing as society. There is only you and me. by Peter Smith Mrs. Thatcher’s funeral last Wednesday was a glorious occasion of pageantry. Her remains were moved the day before to the Chapel of St. Mary Undercroft in the heart of Parliament, where, under the gilding, […]

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