Author: Gordon Dakota Arnold

Gordon Dakota Arnold

Gordon Dakota Arnold Gordon Dakota Arnold is native of High Point, North Carolina. He received his B.A. in Government from Regent University in 2017 and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Political Theory and American Government at Hillsdale College. His research interests include Reformed political philosophy, American Puritanism, the American Progressive Movement, and Constitutional Conservatism. He is writing his doctoral dissertation on “The Constitutional Nationalism of Henry Cabot Lodge Sr.” He is a former Cotton Mather Fellow with American Reformer.

The Original Anti-Christian Nationalist

Christians have become exiles in a country that they played an indispensable role in building, and the Madisonian secular state has proven unable or unwilling to respond to the moral challenges facing the nation. If Madison is correct, and if classical liberalism is ultimately poisonous to the concept of Christian nationalism, then conservatives should seek to ground their vision of liberty in a teaching that is more distinctly Christian than that offered by the fourth President of the United States.

Farewell to Roe

The real battle is just beginning, for it is clear that the militantly pro-abortion forces in our country will stop at nothing to restore their constitutional “right to abortion” by packing the Court, passing federal legislation of fraudulent constitutionality, or, failing those goals, to liberalize abortion legislation throughout the fifty states by winning elections in the states and localities.