I don’t agree with all of A.J. Delgado’s argument, but I think it merits your consideration.


He says these three developments signal the death of mainstream conservatism:


1) Immigration reform is all but a foregone conclusion.


2) The gay marriage debate is essentially over.


3) The plan to defund ObamaCare — conservatives’ last stand after the Supreme Court failed to throw out the Act — is over.


Yet, despite these factors, Delgado comes to THIS CONCLUSION:


[A]ll is not lost for the Right. For ‘mainstream’ or ‘standard’ conservatism as we, or as our parents, knew it? Yes. But for ...

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I don’t agree with all of A.J. Delgado’s argument, but I think it merits your consideration.

He says these three developments signal the death of mainstream conservatism:

1) Immigration reform is all but a foregone conclusion.

2) The gay marriage debate is essentially over.

3) The plan to defund ObamaCare — conservatives’ last stand after the Supreme Court failed to throw out the Act — is over.

Yet, despite these factors, Delgado comes to THIS CONCLUSION:

[A]ll is not lost for the Right. For ‘mainstream’ or ‘standard’ conservatism as we, or as our parents, knew it? Yes. But for ...

Read more