Weekly Friday Posts

January 25, 2019

Earlier this month I was listening to a Freakonomics podcast interviewing Andrew Yang, a wealthy entrepreneur who—much like every other registered Democrat these days—is running for president in 2020.

Yang’s story caught my attention as he relayed how his successful career as an entrepreneur working to better automate labor had the unintended consequence of destroying small communities.  Yang had a change of heart and now wants to forestall what h...

October 26, 2018

I’m taking a break from the weekly blog posts for today to focus on some other things—including reading the latest book from the ubiquitous Senator Ben Sasse:

THEM: Why We Hate Each Other—And How to Heal

Hot off the presses from just last week—I’ve not yet had a chance to get through it.  But what I’ve read so far is the sort of solid conservative yet non-abrasive message Sasse is famous for.  In Them, Sasse argues that our current political crisis...

September 14, 2018

I'm taking a break from the regular weekly blog post this week but didn't want to leave you empty-handed.  Senator Ben Sasse--one of the few elected officials in Washington actually saying things worth listening to these days--made headlines with his scathing critique of the Senate's unwillingness to perform its Constitutional duties during the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court hearings.  If you haven't heard it, do yourself a favor and check out the...

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Millennials defending and expressing conservative values.


Liberty has never been in a more precarious predicament.  As the Left sees a resurgence in socialism the Right is experiencing a rise in populism, nationalism, and authoritarianism.  Once the champions of conservative values, the Republican party is devolving into a group of self-serving career politicians with some even seeking to replace conservatism with blatant bigotry and reactionary fear.


If conservatism is to survive in the 21st century it will be up to Millennials.  How?  First by having a solid understanding of what it means to be a conservative and why that matters now more than ever.  And that's exactly what Saving Elephants is all about.  Here you will learn what values conservatives affirm and how conservatism differs from competing ideologies.  Only then will you be equipped to defend and express conservative values to a culture desperate for civil political dialogue, meaningful, vibrant communities, and purpose beyond material possessions.

It’s time the Republican party got back to its roots.  It’s time to re-ignite conservatism for Millennials!

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