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The Second National Conservatism Conference – A Vital Step in Taking Back Our Country


The Second National Conservatism Conference – A Vital Step in Taking Back Our Country

At the Second National Conservatism Conference, held in Florida recently, a passionate group of conservative intellectuals gathered to discuss the challenges that America is facing and how to confront them. Participants united around a set of pressing issues that need to be addressed with a newly crafted approach, including an ideological, geopolitical and cultural battle against “woke” elites both at home and abroad from the Chinese Communist Party.

Although this event was anything but typical, it was also incredibly important. The dire state of American politics has become increasingly clear: neutrality/value-free liberalism has failed us; greed and naivete have resulted in our nation being taken advantage of by China’s powerful rulers; ignorance among U.S. elite about both countries; moral or spiritual decline from lack of virtuous people/families & communities binding it together; Big Tech destroying the marketplace of ideas: all these points signalize an urgent need for change.

This is why it is so vital that we take stock in what was discussed at this conference: America is good based on Judeo-Christian morality and virtue with two sexes, free markets, free souls & limited government – not just because it makes us feel good or even necessarily because it’s true but because it can be defended with facts & evidence – can bring us back from the brink of destruction. We must reject woke ruling elites’ attempts to claim power while they rob us blind and those who are trying to tear down traditional values by promoting chaos and anarchy instead of order, freedom instead of slavery, peace instead of violence.

It’s time for conservatives to start doing more than just talking about what needs fixing – it’s time for them to start taking action! This means using their collective voice as a platform for taking back our country from those who seek to destroy it. It’s time for conservatives to stand up to tyranny at home and abroad without fear nor hesitation, utilizing all resources available including economic sanctions and military force if necessary. It’s also why we need better vetting processes when bringing new immigrants into our country – ensuring only those who will enhance our society are allowed entry while keeping out those who would threaten it.

Conservative leaders should use the ideas discussed at this conference as the basis for building platforms that reflect what Americans really want out of their leaders: real solutions rather than empty rhetoric; accountability rather than complacency; policies that reinforce traditional values rather than undermine them; respect for religious freedom along with other civic freedoms such as press freedom and assembly rights; strong national security without sacrificing civil liberties in its pursuit– these are just some examples of what true conservatism should look like going forward if we’re going to protect our nation from threats both foreign and domestic.

The Second National Conservatism Conference helped bring together a diverse range of intellectual thought–both objective facts as well as subjective opinions–and through collaboration came up with common denominators regarding how best approach restoring America’s greatness today despite its present condition. The future may be uncertain right now but there’s no doubt that conservative activists now know exactly where they need to go in order take back this country: straight towards restoring traditional values while fighting off enemies both foreigns (e.g. China) & domestic (e.g woke radicals).

Alexandra Russel
Alexandra Russel
Highly respected journalist and political commentator with over a decade of experience in the industry. Alex was born and raised in Florida, where she developed a passion for writing at a young age, leading her to pursue a degree in journalism from the University of Florida. After graduation, she worked as a political reporter for several local and national publications before being appointed as the chief editor at Conservative Fix.

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