Last week, the National Conservatism conference in Washington, DC brought together speakers, academics, and media figures from across the right-wing spectrum to hammer out a new conservatism for the post-Trump era. Here are my reports from the conference, in chronological order. First update: Conservatives meet in Washington, DC to hammer out a new “conservative nationalism”
My rundown of Tucker Carlson’s keynote speech, which predictably proved to be somewhat controversial, can be found here: Tucker Carlson lays out the greatest threats to the American republic
The controversial question, with a rundown of John Bolton’s speech: Can nationalism save conservatism?
J.D. Vance argues for a more involved government on social issues: Author of Hillbilly Elegy J.D. Vance takes aim at Internet porn
How we got Trump, and what the elites missed: How the media and the elites missed the oncoming Trump revolt
Senator Josh Hawley’s closing keynote speech: From the halls of Congress to pro-life protests in Washington, DC