In the spirit of this holiday, I suggest the following list of resolutions for Republicans for 2013. Republicans must resolve to: (1). Acknowledge that your party is not a “conservative” party.  Recognize, and then admit, that it is a neoconservative party. (2). Come to terms with the fact that neoconservatism is almost as antithetical to…

On Monday, Christmas Eve, 62 year-old William Spengler set fire to his home in upstate New York.  When four firefighters arrived, he rained down a storm of bullets, killing two of them.  He also shot at the police before taking his own life. That Spengler is now numbered among the dead is cause for rejoicing. …

As “the conservative movement” seeks to regain its bearings following Barack Obama’s reelection, its adherents should recognize, first of all, that its name doesn’t do justice to its true character. That is, the conservative movement is actually a neoconservative movement. With rare exception, virtually every “star” in the movement is a neoconservative.  From the personalities…

The so-called “conservative movement” is all but doomed. For my gloomy prognostication I offer two sufficiently simple reasons. First, the movement is dominated by self-serving publicity pimps and their whores who neither know nor care to know a damn thing about genuine conservatism. Second, the grass roots of the movement, though free of their leaders’…

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Jack Kerwick

I have a Ph.D. in philosophy from Temple University, a master's degree in philosophy from Baylor University, and a bachelor's degree in philosophy and religious studies from Wingate University. I teach philosophy at several colleges in the New Jersey and Pennsylvania areas.

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