Thought-provoking read for the day: Selwyn Duke at American Thinker questions where adhering to “conservatism” has gotten us and whether we need to re-assess our approach:
I don’t want to preserve the cultural status quo, I want to overthrow it. Then we can pull the statist weeds up by the roots and burn them in freedom’s fire, just like our Founding Fathers did. Do you think they were conservatives? Conservatives don’t start revolutions; they simply make sure their shackles are made no heavier.
Political victory rests on cultural victory, and changing the culture starts with changing our mentality. We have only two choices: We can be revolutionary.
Or we can be wrong.
Read the whole thing.
Snaggle-Tooth Jones says
Gittin’ beyond it:
Religion and government will both exist in greater purity, the less they are mixed together. â€•James Madison