We’ve blogged about “National Conservativism” and its manifesto. Now the other kind of conservatism, the strain still committed to personal liberty and free market economics, has a manifesto and a catchy name: Freedom Conservatism.
For the background and the context of this effort, read this story in Politico by Michael Schaffer. The Nationalists’ document has 10 brief tenets, which I listed on my blog post. So does the Freedoms’ document, with the principles often paralleling and answering the rival document.