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Season 2006 Episode 1003

Andrew Sullivan

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The Conservative Soul: How We Lost It, How to Get It BackIn The Conservative Soul Andrew Sullivan argues that conservatives are no longer the party that supports limited government and balanced budgets. The author claims that evangelical Christians within the party are using religious ideologies to support laws that encourage government intrusion and threaten civil liberties. Andrew Sullivan is joined by David Brooks at the Cato Institute to discuss the changes in conservative ideals and mission.Andrew Sullivan is a social and political commentator and is an essayist for Time magazine. He is also a columnist for the Sunday Times of London, a senior editor at The New Republic and the editor of his own political blog, The Daily Dish.moreless
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