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Referring to conservative Anglicans who contend that the Bible condemns homosexuality, the primates said, "we have a particular concern for those who in all conscience feel bound to dissent from the teaching and practice of their province in such matters.
Thus, the contemporary relevance of The Conservative Mind would seem at first to stand or fall on the continued vigor of American conservatism.
Another off-note is when Alterman overemphasizes the appearance of conservative female pundits.
Herzog persuasively argues that both the conservative and the progressive attitude toward the growth of public opinion were shot through with contradictions.
What are the characteristics of the conservative position?
94, page 29) and the Second Circuit Court of Appeals 1994 decision in Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz both upheld conservative actuarial assumptions used by law firms in contributing to individual defined benefit plans.
It's not because of his questionable conservative credentials.
This leading news and conservative opinion website combined with our News Talk radio stations and nationally syndicated talk show network gives us the ability to share and repurpose content.
Anne Josephine Walsh, Labour Donna Watson, BNP Kraig White, Ind [c] Joanne Bell, Labour Ian Jason Diamond, Ind Ileene Gilchrist, BNP Stewart Thomas Hay, Conservative
And on election night, voters turned out the most socially conservative Congress in decades while taking a two-by-four to socially conservative initiatives in the states.
With the Democratic Party in crisis, and a Republican nominee markedly too conservative for the country (Newt Gingrich, for example), such a third-party ticket--made up of people who can claim they were rejected by the ideologues in both their parties--would have a superficial appeal.