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Partisans: The Conservative Revolutionaries Who Remade American Politics in the 1990s

Here are some highlights from this 2022 book by Nicole Hemmer: * Ronald Reagan, himself a radio and television host, set out to repeal the Fairness Doctrine from the start of his presidency, something his Federal Communications Commission (FCC) finally … Continue reading

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Conservative Claims of Cultural Oppression: The Nature and Origins of Conservaphobia, Part Two

Here are some more highlights from this work in progress by philosopher Rony Guldmann: * Dinesh D’Souza’s Illiberal Education, which initiated the author’s notoriety as a conservative commentator, made a point of upbraiding the multicultural Left’s hypocrisy in celebrating non-Western … Continue reading

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The Conservative Case For Victimhood (7-18-22)

00:20 Conservative Claims of Cultural Oppression: The Nature and Origins of Conservaphobia: https://lukeford.net/blog/?p=144168 02:30 Tucker bashes Joe Biden 37:00 Hunter Biden 42:00 We wuz victims, https://radixjournal.substack.com/p/we-wuz-victims 48:40 Tiktok as a driver of American chaos 55:00 How Tucker Carlson became the … Continue reading

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Conservative Claims of Cultural Oppression: The Nature and Origins of Conservaphobia

Here are some highlights from this work in progress by philosopher Rony Guldmann: Joel Kotkin writes in 2014: In ways not seen since at least the McCarthy era, Americans are finding themselves increasingly constrained by a rising class—what I call … Continue reading

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Jews and the Conservative Rift

Historian Edward Shapiro, Marc B. Shapiro’s father, writes in 1999: American conservatism was enveloped in a mood of doubt and angst during the 1980s and 1990s precisely at the time when its message had seemingly never resonated more strongly. These … Continue reading

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