On the Connection Between the Economic and Social Issues

“You can’t have one kind of government and another kind of people. You can’t have one kind of economy and another kind of culture.” — John Biver


Selwyn Duke: Libertarian Folly: Why Everybody is a Social-issues Voter

Matt Barber: Cultural Marxism and the Communist States of America

Glenn Fairman: Social Conservatism and the Public Square

Ryan T. Anderson: A House Divided Cannot Stand: On Social and Economic Conservatism

Star Parker: Marriage and Abortion are Economic Issues

The Heritage Foundation: A winning conservative message is one that integrates economic arguments with social arguments

Joy Pullmann: Family Policy Is Economic Policy

Star Parker: Cultural Roots of a Fiscal Crisis

By Star Parker: Free Markets Plus Individual Virtue Produces Prosperity

By Robert P. George: No Mere Marriage of Convenience: The Unity of Economic and Social Conservatism

By Joseph Sunde: Family Breakdown, Economic Decline, and the Search for Spiritual Capital

By Dennis Prager:  ‘Fiscal’ Conservatism Needs ‘Social’ Conservatism

By Andrew Klavan: The Long Game—Three areas the Right should address, financially and intellectually

By Phyllis Schlafly: Phony Divide Between Fiscal & Social Issues

By Jeremy Egerer: Why I’m Not a Libertarian

By Selwyn Duke: Yes, Folks, We All Would Legislate Morality (Psst, Even You Libertarians)

By Heidi Harris: Why Won’t Conservatives Just Drop Social Issues?

By Keith Riler: The New Normal — Turning Back Cultural Marxism

By Kathryn Lopez: When Marriage Disappears: The Retreat from Marriage in Middle America

By Tony Blankley: Social conservatism and free-market capitalism are the two parts that make up the one


Newest posted first:

C-PAC: The political right’s intelligence and competence problem manifests again (Part 1)  (Part 2)  (Part 3)

What “Economics-only” Republicans don’t understand

Moral neutrality is no longer a practical policy

Some Republicans on track to repeat past mistakes: Our present crisis is not merely economic and political, but moral in nature

Some Republicans on track to repeat past mistakes: The Liberal agenda is not just economic

Some Republicans on track to repeat past mistakes: Our social and cultural fabric is unraveling

Is Glenn Beck blind to the cultural issues “Overton Window”?

It’s time for a moratorium on the economic issues

You can’t separate economics from morality (Part 1)  (Part 2)

News Alert: Religious Liberty is in the U.S. Constitution

Human nature is the tie that binds economic, social, and foreign policy (Part 1)  (Part 2)

Social Conservatism and Economic Conservatism are “joined at the hip” (Part 1)  (Part 2)

The permanent marriage between economics and morality

Overcoming issue attention deficit disorder: On so-called “homosexual rights”

You can’t have a good economy with a bad culture

Roskam & Kirk: Courage, moral confusion and litmus tests (Part 1)  (Part 2)

Overcoming issue attention deficit disorder: On so-called “homosexual rights”

Mayday, Mayday, Mayday

The connection between traditional values and economics

The GOP and the social issues: Civilization is behavior

Notes on a Speech: Fixing bad culture and bad government

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