Friday, April 22, 2005

The Conservative Crisis

If you haven't done so, you simply must go and read Andrew Sullivan's article in the latest New Republic. In it, he talks about the growing division taking place in modern conservatism between what Sullivan calls "conservatives of faith," those who see government as a vehicle to espouse their moral and religious agenda, and "conservatives of doubt" who believe in restraint and moderation. You can probably guess which conservative I am.

In light of the recent Schiavo saga, the current war against judges, and the election of the new Pope, people should read this article to understand what is at stake and what needs to be done.


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