What Is the Future for Conservatism—and for the Country? A Conversation with Two Leading Public Intellectuals
Where does conservatism go now?
You’ve probably asked yourself that question in recent days.
These are contentious and confusing times. A new president was sworn in only days after a mob contesting the election results stormed the U.S. Capitol.
It would be one thing if we were seeing the usual left-versus-right arguments. But the debate among conservatives has grown heated.
So how do you make sense of the disputes? Where is conservatism—and the country—headed?
For answers, tune in live on Thursday, February 11, at 7 p.m. ET for a lively discussion between First Things editor R. R. Reno and Washington Examiner senior political columnist Timothy P. Carney.
In this episode of Conservative Conversations with ISI, Reno and Carney will discuss and debate what the rethinking of conservative doctrine means for the future of the right.
Register now—and bring your questions!