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The network’s lineup of pundits is mostly made up of minor conservative talk radio hosts.

From Vox

Separate from the question of the constitutionality of the individual mandate, striking down an entire law because of one defective part may not be an especially popular move among some of the conservative justices.

Acela-corridor conservatives, many of whom have benefited from “elite” or Ivy League educations and live happily with the benefits of blue America, love nothing more than to tell red America that city dwellers look down on them.

That includes rising conservative stars like the Right Side Broadcasting Network, an Alabama-based channel “On The Right Side of History” that has been viewed more than 170 million times since 2014.

With 98% of the vote reported at the time of writing, Warnock held a nearly seven-point lead over Loeffler, though conservative votes in the race were split between her and Republican Doug Collins, who finished third.

From Fortune

Cranford, the Engineer, who had played with the consistent conservativeness of a man sitting in bad luck, was two hundred loser.

It had nothing of the volume and conservativeness which belonged to it in Germany.

A third trait of the feminine character is its conservativeness, its friendliness to tradition, its indisposition to initiative.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to conservativeness, such as: moderation, orthodoxy, preservation, traditionalism, reactionaryism, and unprogessiveness.

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