Authenticity and Integrity Matter

This week’s theme was authenticity and integrity – and the ways that they matter to the conservative movement, and the culture in general.

The Red Cross came under fire for their lack of integrity in handling the massive amount of funds they got for Haiti. Some college students lack the integrity to pay back the loans that they knowingly took. 

There’s a lack of authenticity and integrity in the left’s argument against over the counter birth control, against the words that we use in our everyday lives, and in their criticism of Marco Rubio – for being an everyday kind of guy.

It’s just all kinds of crazy, so we talked about it.

It’s all in the podcast

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Red Cross – Half a Billion Dollars and 6 Homes –

Why NPR and Pro Publica Look into Red Cross –

Corruption Index –

Nine Reasons why Corruption is a Destroyer of Human Prosperity –

Slate Protests Student Loan Default Op Ed –

Original Default Article –

Kevin Williamson – Student-Loan Deadbeats: Fashionable Theft –

Free Beacon Calls Siegel a Sociopath –

How One Family Avoided Debt –

War on Women Update at Think Progress –

OTC Birth Control Blocked by Democrats –

Bloody Awful –

The Real Reason Planned Parenthood Trashes OTC Birth Control –

Sommers on the Wage Gap –

Study finds, surprisingly, that women are favored for jobs in STEM –

Banned Words for Social Justice Warriors –

Jon Gabriel – The Progressive Comedy Pause –

Rubio the Scofflaw –

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A collaborative project of Free Radical NetworkThe Party of Choice, and The Conservative Union. Members of each group come together to discuss messaging successes, failures, and strategies in an effort to make ourselves, and the movement as a whole, better at selling Liberty.

“Because if we can’t sell Liberty, we suck; but if we can’t learn how to sell Liberty, we are defeated”

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