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Faced with what seems to be an increasing level of misleading rhetoric about conservative positions on public policy issues, The National Center for Public Policy Research has resolved to help bridge the gap between rhetoric and reality.

Disclaimer: We freely acknowledge that not all conservatives share every view related as "what conservatives think," nor does every speaker of what our editors perceive to be a left-wing comment think of themselves as "liberal." However, unanimity is impossible on questions such as these. We therefore offer our best judgment, and offer apologies to anyone who believes we could have done better.

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Photo of Valley Forge National Historic Park by James Lemass

 

What Conservatives Think Archives

Health Care: Is a Health Insurance "Individual Mandate" Constitutional?

Employment: Do Minimum Wage Increases Benefit Workers and the Economy?

Health Care: Is the Canadian Health Care System Better Than America's?

Civil Rights: Should Black Americans Receive Reparations Payments Because of Slavery?

National Security: Should the United Nations Authorize Use of Force?

Economic Policy: Are Tax Cuts for the Rich Bush's Top Priority?

Employment: Is Bush Trying to Eliminate Overtime?

Employment: Is Bush Trying to Push Jobs Overseas?

Social Security: Is the New York Times Right to Call the President's Plan "Terrifying"?

Daily Life: Is Our Economy a Scandal?

Civil Rights: Should Government Make Sure Women are Paid as Much as Men?

Environment: Are Conservatives "Un-American" on Global Warming?

Political Philosophy: Are Americans More Liberal Than They Realize?

National Security: Has George Bush Abandoned Global Leadership?

Single-Payer Health Care: Could America Do It Without Compromising Quality?

Reaganomics: Were the 1980s the Decade of Greed?

Tort Reform: Was Bush Wrong to Say It Would Benefit the Economy?

 

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