Posts tagged ‘J. Thomas Perdue’

Revisionists, Racists, and the Real Robert E. Lee

We can learn from Lee’s character, but only if we endeavor to present it clearly …

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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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Withdrawal from the Paris Agreement: Merit or Mindlessness?

Conservatives who found themselves weary of Trump’s victory in November have since found solace in some of his actions, the latest of which is the withdrawal…

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Socialism: A Misguided Millennial Love Story

Neither Evidence of its Failure nor Arguments on its Immorality sway some from Socialism’s Utopian Appeal.  One of the most important parts of growing up in…

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The Shapiro Effect: When Facts Meet Feelings on College Campuses

Once bastions of free thought, speech, and creativity, America’s universities have become safe spaces for authoritarian, leftist thinkers and ideologies. From the University of Missouri’s Dr.…

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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…

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Thoughts on a Free Market from Dr. Lawrence Reed

On Tuesday, March 28, Dr. Lawrence W. Reed, president of the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE), was invited by Young Americans for Liberty to speak about…

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