My article this past week was a quick overview of a classic literary work by William Faulkner, The Sound and the Fury, and how it relates to how we will see the conservative movement change in the coming years. Here’s an excerpt:
Everyone is fearful in their own way. Change is scary, and represents death: the death of a habit, the death of an idea, the death of a way of life. Despite that fear, some things you simply cannot argue with. Despite that fear, the world is going to change, whether you like it or not. The BP oil spill showed us that multinational corporations have the power to screw up the environment. It can happen, and has. WikiLeaks has shown us that our national security networks are not impenetrable. The Chinese economy has shown us that we are not the only economic superpower in the world. The Catholic Church has shown us that faith-based institutions can lie to you on a horrific, disgusting scale.
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