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Dr. Kevin Roberts serves as the seventh president in Heritage’s 48-year history. He writes about the future of the Heritage Foundation. The key takeaways include:

  • Conservatives need to stop shooting at one another and to remember that our common enemy is the radical Left in charge of the regime in Washington, D.C., today.
  • If the Left’s power is in elite institutions, then conservatives’ response must be to smash those institutions’ power and return it to the nation and the economy.
  • Going forward, it is the job of conservatives inside the Beltway to better connect with conservatives outside the Beltway, and not the other way around.

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  1. DJT has transformed the GOP into a center-right multiracial coalition combining cultural conservatism with economic populism.
    As such, the new GOP should…
    (i) Embrace entitlements. The days of NeverTrump Romney promising to slash social security or medicare are in the past.
    (ii) Embrace the nation-state. Our policies should favor the working class laborer in Kansas over the tech worker in Beijing. For so many years, up until DJT, politicians from both parties actually believed they had more in common with the bureaucrats of China than with the working-class of our country.
    (iii) Embrace life. Our population is collapsing. Very few appreciate the negative impact this will have on our society.