As this is my final issue as Publisher of the Tory, this letter will be my opportunity to both say goodbye and introduce the next Publisher of this magazine. It’s been a great honor to serve as the Tory’s Publisher in the last year, and I’d like to thank the excellent staff that I had for an exciting year.
This discussion of the American Sikh population as a voting group is significant as it sheds light on the importance of integrating minorities into society and signals for future candidates to target lesser-known voting blocs that together can be a sizeable force in future elections.
. Freedom of speech is another great example: there’s intrinsic value in being able to say what you want to say, and that is enough for me to warrant a general right to free speech.
Not so with the right to bear arms. On the right to bear arms, I’m almost completely a pragmatist. And yet, I still find myself (albeit often reluctantly) on the side against gun control.
Conservatives must not ignore income inequality, but must present the alternative narrative of its cause. For too long, liberals have dominated the conservation, painting it as a result of hare-brained Republican policies.
While I am not advocating starting a campaign to rename the major and residential college, it is important to recognize all aspects of Wilson’s presidency. Not merely because it is unfortunate that an iniquitous man is so prominently honored, but also expunging the faults of past leaders leads to an unrealistic belief in the goodness of our government.