“[R]eapplying the principles and the virtues upon which our country was founded”

February 9, 2010

Reinventing the RightA friend of a friend recently finished editing a book, a collection of essays entitled Reinventing the Right: Conservative Voices for the New Millennium.  According to the editors’ introduction, the authors of the essays are not “academicians” or “politicos”, but “students and soldiers, teachers and artists, lawyers and laborers.”  Each essay aims to apply “the tenets of our conservatism to a specific policy area.”  I haven’t had a chance to read it yet, but it sounds good.

I’m told that RightReinvented is also on Twitter, to comment on current events as they happen, and that the book is associated with a Facebook group, intended to be “a forum where people of all stripes discuss America’s future.”

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