Modern Conservatism Through the Marriage Amendment

As you know, the Congress recently voted on the marriage amendment. The Senate voted on it on June 8th, and it stalled there because four Republican Senators joined side with the Democrats on this issue. The House voted on it on July 18th, and it stalled there as well.
This reminded me of a book I recently read a book titled “Liberalism Is a Mental Disorder;” it is written by Michael Savage, a conservative radio talk show host. In the book, Savage mentioned that “the conservative revolution is dead.” I frowned at it when I first read it. However, the recent developments in the marriage amendment issue have made me rethink about it and realize what he said might be the reality.

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They Woke The Giant

It was a conflict that officially lasted for 34 days. The widely televised Israeli incursion within Lebanon was a front-page news story for the month after the battles began. It all started July 12th, when Hezbollah gunmen captured two Israeli soldiers and took them to Lebanon. Israel immediately demanded their soldiers back, and when both Hezbollah refused to comply, and Lebanon made a mockery of trying to help, Israel decided military action was necessary.

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