Dana Loesch, spokesperson for the National Rifle Association, speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), at National Harbor, Md., Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
Photo: Jacquelyn Martin/AP
Photo: Jacquelyn Martin/AP

Is conservatism dead? Many on the right don’t think so

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:

1. Trump isn't killing conservatism

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.

2. I'm glad I got booed at CPAC

From columnist Mona Charen: If getting booed at CPAC brands me an old-time conservative, then count me in. 

3. Sorry, but conservatism isn't dead just yet

From The Federalist: The moment the left writes off conservatism as extremism is the moment the right wins.

The left weighs in on how the right will do in midterms, presidential election.