Are conservatives looking for an agenda change?

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Tip of the hat to Dave Gibson over at Religion News Service. He highlights a speech by Sen. Mike Lee of Utah, a leading conservative in the Republican Party, at the Heritage Foundation. Gibson says Lee maps out "a road to reform for the conservative movement. He focused on economic populism and bread-and-butter issues. One thing noticeably absent: culture war rhetoric."

Read a transcript of the speech here.

Is change in the air? The headline on the National Review Online reads: "What’s Next for Conservatives: A reform agenda."

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