Cultural Marxism is the Enemy: Review of Michael Walsh’s Book The Devil’s Pleasure Palace
Hardly anyone gets to the heart of our present difficulties. Most conservatives tend to their own fields — foreign policy, social issues, economics — and very rarely talk to the others.
To mix metaphors, such a thing is called “stove-piping.” Sure I care about the family, but what does that have to do with ISIS? Yes, I’m concerned about ISIS, but we must tend to our economic woes first and foremost.
There was a time, however, when the domestic issue of statism animated by the foreign communist threat united all conservatives in a grand common cause. The conservative movement has spent the past few decades dealing with the fraying of our movement that began almost immediately after the Berlin Wall fell.
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