While some may be writing the obituary, the conservative movement is still kicking. A roundup of editorials Wednesday takes a look at the issue.
Opinions from the right:
From columnist David Limbaugh: Reports of the death of conservatism have been greatly exaggerated. You may not like Trump, but he has slowed the left’s roll.
Opinion: For traditional conservatives, the past two years have felt like a Twilight Zone episode. Politicians, activists and intellectuals have succumbed with numbing regularity, betraying every principle they once claimed to uphold. https://t.co/6tSx5JSrg3— The New York Times (@nytimes) February 25, 2018
From columnist Mona Charen: If getting booed at CPAC brands me an old-time conservative, then count me in.
Somebody skipped her dose of Kool-aid this AM.— Ana Navarro (@ananavarro) February 24, 2018
Good for Mona Charen for reminding Conservatives at CPAC that Conservatism once had a moral compass. https://t.co/iFEG9Fdy1w
From The Federalist: The moment the left writes off conservatism as extremism is the moment the right wins.