Nov 08, 2017

What is to be done? | Power Line

Steve Hayward's current Weekly Standard article 'Crisis of the conservative house divided' provides an anatomy of splits in the conservative movement exposed in the course of the 2016 presidential contest. It's an important and illuminating essay. Steve's essay turns on 'the insidious political character of the 'administrative state,' a phrase once confined chiefly to the ranks of conservative...

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