Limbaugh, Hannity & company consider the ‘National Review’ and its Neo-con editor Rich Lowry to be ‘conservative.’ That sort of ‘conservatism’ has failed to actually conserve anything at all. It accepts the Leftist social values, has demonstrated itself willing to compromise on the continual growth of government and in typical Neo-con fashion it combines this with a Wilsonian, global war agenda. It appears that Lowry’s sort of ‘conservatism’ is dying out, thankfully, and will be replaced with something real, something better (which horrifies the PC Right). Public opinion is shifting away from the Lowry and Limbaugh types. Polling over the Trayvon Martin situation demonstrates this well. Large numbers of Whites are tired of being beaten over the head with White guilt and are tired of the political-correctness that dominates US society. Another indication of a radical change in direction is the fact that young people in the Republican primaries rejected the PC, pro-war candidates of the Establishment who approximate Lowry’s views. Lowry, despite his age, typifies what is now an older, pandering and failed sort of ‘conservatism’ that does not come from the Right and is not interested in conserving anything real. Can you imagine a Traditionalist or anyone genuinely of the Right claiming that ‘Al Sharpton is ‘right’? I can’t – not in this case or any other.