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Role of Virtue in the future of Conservatism - Political Pistachio Radio Revolution

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The gay conservative group, GOProud, being invited to CPAC has social conservatives up in arms. Will social conservatism continue to drive the conservative movement? Or will libertarians begin to dominate the group? Washington's definition of virtue is changing with the ever-changing codes of behavior. Washington politicians have been advocating policy in the name of virtue for decades, but are they failing to realize that Americans want to determine their own virtues, and not live by a code that Washington has selected for them? As the GOP begins to return to its conservative principles, important questions must be answered about whether their policies will be virtue based. With the rise of the Tea Party, it is apparent that the Tea Party must take a stance on these issues. The Tea Party has focused on economic and national security issues, for the most part. Kevin Miller is our guest, and he is the author of the new book, "Freedom Nationally Virtue Locally - or Socialism". He will discuss with us the growing CPAC controversy, and how it mirrors the growing debate over virtue in the conservative movement. Conservative News and Commentary

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