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F.H. Buckley

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  • Progressive Conservatism : How Republicans Will Become America’s Natural Go

    $27.99

    The Republican Party can recover from the shellacking of 2020 and become America’s natural governing party by returning to its roots as the party of Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt and Dwight Eisenhower. It must champion the common good and the American ideals of equality and liberty that are opposed by a Democratic party that seeks to divide Americans by race and gender.

    The GOP must also become the party of the American Dream, the idea that whoever you are and wherever you come from, you can get ahead and know that your children will have it better than you did. It must show how the Democrats became the party of inequality and immobility through policies which benefited their elites and created a new aristocracy. What structural racism exists in America has been created by Democrats through their education, immigration and job-killing policies.

    Americans aren’t cynical and oppose public corruption. The GOP stupidly gave the issue away to the Democrats and needs to become the party of clean government and campaign finance reform.

    To return to its roots, the GOP must abandon the ideologies of the last 60 years. The party’s spokesmen communicated a perfect fidelity to a few, simple ideas but also an indifference to people. Trump showed how mistaken this was, and Republicans will not return to power if they abandon the ideas he brought to the party in 2016.

    Doing all that, the GOP will become the only party that Americans can, with honor, support.

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  • Curiosity : And Its Twelve Rules For Life

    $29.99

    Curiosity is the instinct that prompts us to act, and a book about curiosity should tell us how to live. This is the first to do so, with its twelve rules for life.

    While a fatal sin in Eden, curiosity is a necessary virtue in our world. It asks us to search for new experiences, to create, to invent. It tells us to look inward, to be curious about the needs of other people and about our own motives. It tells us not to be a stick in the mud or a bore. In particular, curiosity asks us to examine the most fundamental questions of our existence. When you put all this together, curiosity tells you how to live a life in full.

    While there’s a natural desire to explore, there’s also a natural desire to stay home. We have a dark side that wants to hide from the world. We’ve also been made incurious by the rise of bitter partisanships and narrow ideologies that have sent things and people we should care about to our mental trash folders. That’s why this book is needed today.

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