Christopher Manion, columnist for the weekly Catholic newspaper The Wanderer, discusses the two conflicting currents within the Conservative momement, the marked difference between Sarah Palin’s carefully crafted image and her actual policy positions, the rotten core of the GOP that is best left to the next generation to fix, the public’s misguided reliance on symbolism to categorize political figures and why neoconservatives are more correctly called neoliberals.
MP3 here. (22:46)
Christopher Manion writes regularly at LewRockwell.com and is a columnist for The Wanderer, America’s oldest independent Catholic newspaper, founded in 1868. He has taught politics, political theory and international relations at Boston University, Catholic University and the University of Dallas.