Nate Hochman – On the Future of the Post-Religious Right and Why Young Conservatives are More Radical Than Their Elders
This week on High Noon, young conservative writer Nate Hochman of National Review comes on to discuss the future of the increasingly post-religious right. Inez and Nate discuss how decreasing religiosity is changing the contours of the right and its coalitions; the rifts issues like abortion could open up between newly recruited anti-woke factions like “barstool conservatives” and the traditional religious right; and the possibility that a broader secular right focused on culture war issues could actually deliver on moral majority priorities. They also spoke about the deeper roots of the crisis of “national identity, social integrity, and political alienation” that America is experiencing, and why young conservatives are embracing radicalism that shocks some of their elders.
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