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The Arch Conservative In Print, Summer 2017

Enlightening insight and astute opinions combine with aesthetic appeal to produce this, the Summer 2017 edition of The Arch Conservative in print. Check it out below or at our distribution boxes at Tate Bus Stop and the Main Library.  In this issue, James Bartow, Chris Lipscomb, Boris A. Abreu, and…

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The Arch Conservative In Print, Spring 2017

Conservatism is not about blocking certain peoples from entrance into a country, we must strive not to confuse this point. It is, rather, a much more rational and powerful liberty that conservatism promotes. It promotes the ability to analyze the situation and deal with it rationally, without the pervasive fear…

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Stolen Valor

In their shameless efforts to challenge President Trump every step of the way, the Democrats have found a new tactic: using the families of soldiers killed overseas. On October 4, 2017, an ISIS-affiliated group ambushed a Nigerien army patrol that was being escorted by U.S. Army Special Forces advisors. Four…

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A Cure for Chaos

On July 31, retired-Marine Corps General John Kelly took on a new role in the Trump administration as the White House Chief of Staff. In his six month tenure as Secretary of Homeland Security, Kelly had greatly impressed Trump. And when Trump tired of Reince Priebus and his conflicts with…

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A Domestic Cold War

Once Desperate but Increasingly Substantiated Claims of Intervention Saturate the Political Scene and Impede Good Governance It is no secret that relations between the United States and Russia have deteriorated during Vladimir Putin’s tenure as Russian President; however, until the 2016 election, the notion that we are living in a…

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H.R. McMaster: The Prince to Petraeus’s King

“It’s so damn complex. If you ever think you have the solution to this, you’re wrong and you’re dangerous.” – H.R. McMaster, Dereliction of Duty In late 2007, General David Petraeus returned from Iraq to head up the Army’s general officer selection board. Among those up for promotion was Colonel…

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The Social Engineering of the Boy Scouts

For years the Boy Scouts of America has faced immense external pressure from the media, the ACLU, and other liberal strongholds of society to change its membership policies. In 2013, the Scouts could withstand the heat no longer. The Boy Scouts announced that it would now allow openly gay youth…

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The President vs. The Civil Rights Icon

One was born to a wealthy New York real estate developer and rose to prominence first as a businessman, then as a reality TV star. The other was born to sharecroppers in Jim Crow-era Alabama and rose to prominence as a leader of the Civil Rights Movement. Both used their…

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The Threat to the House GOP Majority That Wasn’t

The 2016 election cycle has been strange to say the least, even by the standards of American politics. The rise of the non-traditional politician in Donald Trump and the strong support received by self-avowed socialist Bernie Sanders epitomize this trend. And still, all both of these were before the general election,…

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