Posts tagged ‘Connor Kitchings’

ArchCon Named CN ‘Publication of the Year’

On the final night of events at the 2017 CN Editor’s Conference, The Arch Conservative accepted the “Publication of the Year” honor. The award recognizes a publication that is consistently active on social media, publishes quality content, retains a meaningful influence on campus, and has an attractive brand, layout, and design.

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Weekly Podcast: Conservatism vs. the GOP, Identity Politics, and the Future of Politics in America

New Contributor Connor Foarde, Editor Emeritus Connor Kitchings, contributor Grayson Hertel, and Editor-in-Chief Nick Geeslin discuss the difference between the GOP and Conservative philosophy. The discussion…

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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…

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Consent of the Governed

As November 8 approaches and the presidential election enters its final month, the terrible choice facing the American people becomes more clear and the flaws of the…

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Election Watch: Trump’s Dubious Conservatism

Like all traditional followers of politics, I am baffled by the Trump phenomenon. The Donald has broken every rule of political etiquette, yet the polls have…

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Balancing Protection for Individuals and Religious Liberty

Following the Supreme Court’s decision in June that struck down state statutes banning same-sex marriage, the culture war between the recently-discovered constitutional right of same-sex couples…

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A Loss of Words

This article first appeared in the Fall 2015 edition of THE ARCH CONSERVATIVE. As a general rule, the Supreme Court decides to release what it considers its most significant…

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Fall 2014: Grand Ole Majority

This article first appeared in the Fall 2014 edition of THE ARCH CONSERVATIVE. The Republican Party has not controlled the Senate since 2007. As midterm elections rapidly…

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Executive Indiscretion

Midway through a normal August during a midterm election year, the president and Congress go on vacation, policy debate is put on hold, and the likelihood…

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Conscience Gets its Day in Court

On Tuesday, March 25, the Supreme Court heard what is likely the most important case of the 2013-2014 term. In Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby, the court…

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