“So, pay attention to what you’re doing as an undergraduate. It may actually have an effect on what you do.”
“My message is our democracy is very strong, and institutions are very strong. This isn’t the first time in history where we have had internal chaos”
“Left unchecked, my belief is that the prescriptions social justice advocates want for American institutions are unrealizable.”
I think one of the healthy things for young conservatives is that they understand that there’s a moral and philosophical component that is distinct from just all the wins and all the “liberal tears are delicious” garbage. Owning that is a good thing. It is a healthy thing.
I don’t think it was good for the Senate, I don’t think it was good for the Supreme Court, and I don’t think it was good for the country
“…the real victory of the Tea Party movement is creating an avenue for centrist political activism for Americans who share our three founding principles: adherence to the U.S. Constitution, limited government, and lower taxes. Many Americans who share these values were standing demoralized on the sidelines because they had no one they really identified with. It is the Tea Party movement that said, ‘We know things look bleak. We know we have no political leverage right now in Washington. We know you feel kicked and downtrodden. But things are going to change, and we are going to change them.'”
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“We are going to have another serious crisis because the problems that caused the crisis of 2008 have not been solved. In fact, they haven’t even been touched. When it occurs, I can guarantee you people won’t say ‘the government should get out.’ People are going to say ‘we need more government control over the housing business,’ and that’s what will have caused the problem.”