Conservative political correctness is dead, and it has been dead for a long time.
There is no such thing as an ideological conservatism, but there is no denying the fact that a large number of conservative thinkers are now politically correct in their thinking.
The conservative movement in America is in the midst of a resurgence.
Its success is due to the willingness of conservative voters to embrace their politics and embrace diversity.
This resurgence is also a result of conservative politicians who have realized that the time has come to embrace a more tolerant and more open America.
Conservative politicians like Senator Rand Paul and former President Donald Trump have shown that the future of the conservative movement lies in embracing diversity.
A majority of Americans believe that racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, and xenophobia are issues of the past.
President Trump and his allies in the media are doing everything in their power to turn this sentiment against conservatives, but conservatives must continue to work tirelessly to spread the message that they are not in the minority.
The message that conservatives need to hear is that they do not represent the majority of America.
It is time for conservatives to get over their fear of being labeled racists, xenophobes, and fascists.
Conservative leaders and pundits should understand that the majority view on these issues is that the political left is just as dangerous as the political right.
This is why President Trump has used his platform to defend the right of the American people to make their own choices about the future.
The conservative movement is alive and well, and the country needs conservative leaders who are not afraid to say and do what is right.