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Why We Read

Thoughts on the Importance of Reading from a Departing Book Editor   To date, assuming the position of Book Editor of The Arch Conservative, the publication’s very first, has been one of my greatest joys and proudest achievements. It has been a position that has compelled me–or rather encouraged me–to…

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Staff Favorites: December 24 – December 30

A great essay on one of the “forgotten founders” of the modern Conservative Movement, Willmoore Kendall. As a professor at Yale, he had a huge influence on the early thinking of many notable individuals, for instance, William F. Buckley Jr. and Brent Bozell. For that reason and others, his ideas…

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Danger on the Left: Sanctimony

  Ralph Nader and “Consumer Advocacy” Ralph Nader is back in the news but wrong as ever.   Ralph Nader recently announced his recrudescence through an op-ed in the New York Times. The octogenarian’s purpose for, as they say, “coming out of the woodwork”? Well, judging by his piece, it…

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On the Usefulness of the Publication

The staff here have a distinct and unwavering goal: the longevity of a publication that not only facilitates these worthwhile efforts, these lasting memories and relationships, but also serves as a thoughtful voice for articulating the rich tradition of conservatism to the University of Georgia.

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No, You’re Not “Oppressed” in America

DANGER ON THE LEFT A weekly column by Ross Dubberly For many reasons, I find it increasingly difficult to take Left-wing thought seriously. Chief among those reasons is the idea that America is an “oppressive” society. If you are anything like this columnist, you have read, seen, and heard that…

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‘Tax Cuts Benefit the Wealthy’… So What?

  DANGER ON THE LEFT A weekly column by Ross Dubberly “According to a new CBS News poll, almost 60 percent of the American public believes that the current Republican tax plan favors the wealthy.” This was the opening line of a recent piece by New York Times’ columnist Paul…

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Leftism Values Emotion Over Reason

DANGER ON THE LEFT A weekly column by Ross Dubberly In an interview with Dr. Charles R. Kessler of the Claremont Institute, Dennis Prager–an intellectual hero of mine–said, “Leftism is feelings-based, much more than reason-based.” In other words, the Left (not liberals, the Left) tends to advocate political positions based…

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FROM THE EDITORS: Atlanta’s New Phase, California Ablaze, and Hollywood’s Mores  

Last week, the editors caught up on sleep after the release of the Fall Edition of The Arch Conservative, available for your enlightenment today at the Tate Bus Stop or outside of the Main Library on North Campus. We hope you take the time to pick up this latest issue…

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REVIEW: The Founders We Forgot

In his new book, Senator Mike Lee pays due deference to some important founding-era figures whom Americans seem to have forgotten over the decades.

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2016-17 Magazine Archive

2016-17 Editorial Board Editor-In-Chief: Connor Kitchings (2016), Nick Geeslin (2017) Managing Editor: Nick Geeslin (2016), Sarah Montgomery (2017) Publishing Editor: Sydney North Creative Director: Mallory Traylor Business Manager: Marian Young (2016), TJ Collins (2017) Associate Editor: Michael Duckett Assistant Editors: Boris A. Abreu (2017), Ross Dubberly (2017) Summer 2017   Spring 2017 Winter 2016…

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