Posts from the ‘Columns’ category

ArchCon’s specialty columns … Each sub-category has its specific topic or purpose with its respective, consistent contributors. The purpose of these columns is to streamline different processes of thought in the conservative mind.

Welcome Back!

With great excitement and much anticipation, The Arch Conservative welcomes you back to what will undoubtedly be another year of fruitful discourse, unapologetic editorials, interesting coverage,…

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The Left’s Great Venezuelan Escape

The lesson here is that it twofold. First, we cannot let pass a sound analysis of the policies that brought Venezuela to its current economic state. Much if not all of what certain Western politicians promise runs analogous if not identical to that of Chavez’s, which Maduro has been apt to continue.

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‘White Privilege:’ A Barrier to Genuine Discussion

White privilege serves no purpose but to further politicize an already-too-tribalistic and polarized political atmosphere. Instead of fanning the flames of identity politics, we should take a sober look at the data available on racial class structure in the United States, and foster a genuine discussion about how to mend the trends to which those on the Left all-too-often blame on the mystical notion of ‘white privilege.’

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An Introduction to The Arch Conservative’s “Columns”

In keeping with our quest to streamline the conservative voice on campus, The Arch Conservative begins a new endeavor entitled “Columns.” The effort is meant to offer consolidated homes for specific…

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Staff Favorites: Week of April 16th

Staff Favorites: Week of April 16th Oh, how prescient and wise was Benjamin Franklin  This is a fantastic essay dissecting Franklin’s beliefs about the press in a…

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Staff Favorites, Week of March 26th

Staff Favorites, Week of March 26th Article on the WSJ regarding Democratic attacks of Gorsuch. Orrin Hatch wrote it and it’s actually quite good. Goes after…

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Staff Favorites, Week of March 19th

Staff Favorites, Week of March 19th Pick of the Week: Ten Conservative Principles—along with a few other works like the Sharon Statement, for example—is probably one of the…

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Staff Favorites, Week of March 12th

In keeping with our ultimate goal of shedding light on the oft-overlooked intellectual basis of conservatism as well as giving voice to those who subscribe to…

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