Washington Post Columnist Comments on 2 of the 4 LI-Taught Differences Between Liberals and Conservatives
January 17, 2011 | By Lauren Hart
January 17, 2011, Arlington, VA—Washington Post Columnist George Will wrote yesterday on two of the four distinguishing tenants between liberals and conservatives that Leadership Institute Vice President Steve Sutton often lectures on.
Mr. Sutton said, “Here’s an outstanding op-ed by George Will which discusses two of the areas conservatives should focus on in the coming months. Another outstanding analysis by Mr. Will.”
Washington Post’s January 16th column by George Will starts, “Unlike most of the 111 that preceded it, the 112th Congress must begin the process of restoring the national regime and civic culture the Founders bequeathed. This will require reviving the rule of law, reasserting the relevance of the Constitution and affirming the reality of American exceptionalism.”
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