Tag Archives: Conservatism

Why America Still Needs Jon Huntsman

It’s been awhile since we’ve written at length about Jon Huntsman, and not without reason. After finishing in third place in the New Hampshire primaries, Jon withdrew from the nomination race and, frankly, our level of interest in politics withered. We … Continue reading

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The Next Reagan: Jon Huntsman

Last weekend, in the run-up to President Reagan’s 100th birthday, The Christian Science Monitor had a story comparing a number of prominent Republicans with presidential ambitions to Ronald Reagan. While I agree with CSM that it has become quite common … Continue reading

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Big Government Quagmire

One of the reasons conservatives favor limited government is due to the unintended consequences of government regulation, and the drug war is a prime example of this phenomenon. As I have previously blogged, ending the drug war is actually a … Continue reading

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