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Can Conservatism Be More Than a Grudge?


Diagnosing why the Republican Party is failing to offer a positive vision to voters.

Bill Kristol Can’t Teach Us Anything


Kristol’s unapologetic role as a driving force behind the Iraq War, as an advocate of violence throughout the Middle East, and as a promoter of hateful discrimination make him unfit to teach in our community and serve as an IOP Fellow.


Interview with Congressman Jason Chaffetz: The Future of the Republican Party


BY DINA MONTEMARANO Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) was elected to Congress in 2008. While in Congress, he served as the Chairman of the Oversight and & Government Reform Committee. He left Congress in June of 2017. Previously, Congressman Chaffetz served as Chief of Staff for the Governor of Utah. This interview was conducted on Monday, November […]

Musings of a Woke Black Republican


BY ADDISON P. BERRY It has been more than 50 years since a Republican presidential nominee has received more than 30% of the black vote. And thanks to President Trump’s coziness with white nationalists, it may be another 50 years before the GOP is able to penetrate the Democratic party’s seemingly impermeable hold on black […]

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