The Washington Times opines about a future resurgence of conservatism. Given that conservatism is a non-ideology and a failure, let’s predict that the comeback either won’t happen or that it won’t matter.
As conservatism takes its new shape in the face of President Trump’s takeover of the Republican Party, old alliances have been fractured, and multiple fights have broken out about what conservatism should look like. Many of those who waded into the debate have assumed, not without justification, that recent political developments have shattered limited-government conservatism and that any future conservatism is likely going to be less libertarian than that which preceded Trump. But there are a number of good reasons to believe that limited-government conservatism will make a comeback.
They forgot to mention getting back to the Constitution.