Republicans Have Policy Ideas: Let's See Them

Republicans can't remain bankrupt of ideas year after year and thrive as a political party.

David Brooks has a hopeful column about conservatism in today's New York Times, lauding the work of serious conservative policy intellectuals and arguing, more or less, that the current Republican agenda of opposing whatever Democrats support and offering to supplant it with all the freedom the 19th century can buy is not a long-term proposition.

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