Monday, March 23, 2009

Time to make some changes

When I started this blog I intended to make it different from other blogs, but I found that to be difficult especially in an election year. I ended up posting about what I saw on other blogs and searching the internet for interesting news articles. I gave my opinions on these articles, but now I want to do what I intended in the first place.
The New Conservatives was meant to attract new people to conservatism and changing the minds of some conservatives on issues like the Environment. Don't get me wrong I haven't become a global warming fanatic. I meant looking after the environment the way hunters would like us too. In my mind hunters are environmentalist. On Energy I believe the all of the above approach we have the right message, but on Education and the Environment I think we could use a little work on our message. Tomorrow I'm going to write an article about overhauling our education system. I hope you will stop by and read my article.


  1. I recently came accross your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I dont know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.


  2. Well, I think you have to dialogue more through the comment section and add our feedback to your subsequent posts. I feel that universities have become agents of corporations, at first thinking it a good idea in that it helps mold us students into what the best employers desire. Convincing myself, I even enrolled in a grad courses. What I found it had been about was a form of student engineering where they openly promoted policies of management which were cost effective to them.

    This is a helluva good site, but you don't want to be didactic and unconvincing in conservative principles at a time when the national health is at stake.

    Keep up the site, though its a work in progress!

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