Big Government

Being for Small Government Isn’t the Same as Being Anti-Government

Only in America have human beings tried to break that cycle between tyranny and anarchy by forming a government that was limited in size and scope, yet large enough to maintain good peace and order.

This is ultimately what Conservatism is about: preserving the sort of government established by the Constitution and declared as good and right in the Declaration; making sure that the “supreme Law of the Land” is adequately enforced, without infringing on the rights of individuals. 

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Antitrust Regulation is a Cop-Out (A Rebuttal to Tiana Dalichov)

American freedom is, at its foundation, rooted in limited government and private property rights. That’s what makes us different. The Bill of Rights is a document which preserves this distinction between public authority and the rights of private citizens, and as such the First Amendment protects our ability to speak out against those we’ve given a monopoly on force without fear of being violently suppressed. It is not a mandate to infringe on the property of others because one feels that life isn’t fair.