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Independence Day and Foreign Dependence

Independence Day and Foreign Dependence

I generally support a laissez-faire approach to government. In other words, the government should first and foremost work to protect the rights of the individual to meet their own ends.

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Welcome MCS New Bloggers!

Welcome MCS New Bloggers!

Today I'm happy to announce two new bloggers have agreed to join us at Moore Common Sense! We're really excited to add JT and Chris Graham to our already stellar lineup.

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What is Conservatism? Part II

What is Conservatism? Part II

Conservatives believe in the sanctity of marriage. We grew up idolizing our family as purveyors of right and wrong.

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What is Conservatism? Part I

What is Conservatism? Part I

I’m often asked what are conservative principles and what does it mean to be a conservative? While it is impossible to justly define conservatism in a short blog post, I’ll attempt to provide a small sample.

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Review – “A Critical Analysis of the MRRC at George Mason University”

Review – “A Critical Analysis of the MRRC at George Mason University”

Our latest addition to our research papers section comes from Moore Common Sense blogger Michael Gryboski.

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A Review of George W. Bush’s Decision Points

A Review of George W. Bush’s Decision Points

George W. Bush's book Decision Points takes you through a journey of decisions he had to make as a person and as President of the United States.

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Glenn Beck Book Review: “Broke”

Glenn Beck Book Review: “Broke”

How many times are we going to allow the politicians and the liberal media to take us down the same foolhardy paths?

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Ben Quayle Rips Apart Everyone

Ben Quayle Rips Apart Everyone

From the White House Correspondents dinner last night. Pretty hilarious although the delivery is a little jerky.

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Review – “Cultural Marxism: The Doom of Language”

Review – “Cultural Marxism: The Doom of Language”

Cultural Marxism: The Doom of Language is a research paper submitted by Robert F. Beaudine, author of the novel Based Upon a Lie.

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New York Times is Charging Like a Capitalist. Could it Turn Into a Nightmare?

New York Times is Charging Like a Capitalist.  Could it Turn Into a Nightmare?

The New York Times is well known for its liberal socialistic slants. It is also known that the subscription numbers are consistently going down. The more liberal the paper slants left the more the subscription numbers tank.

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