From the Wall Street Journal's online editorial section comes a concise, cogent primer on conservatism from Rush Limbaugh. The piece confronts the charge that conservatives are "cracking up" over the Harriet Meiers nomination. No, Mr. Limbaugh argues, what we're seeing is a conservative "crack-down."
Principles matter. And Rush demonstrates how sticking to principles is not only the right thing to do; it is also the winning thing.
(Oh yes; I love the WSJ's description of the author. No titles, no connections, no publications -- just "Mr. Limbaugh is a radio-show host." Kinda' like saying, "George W. Bush is in politics" or "Mr. Woods plays golf.")