Conservative Discussion Boards
We are a Conservative Discussion Site (all things right of center) where users can read member articles/comments/posts. The discussion boards/communities provide recent user content/opinions on current topics that are of importance to our conservative user/member base. The site runs very similar to other social discussion sites, in that you can: Connect with other Members, Share Content, Create Groups, and even host Zoom meetings.
Conservative Discussion Forums
Right360 hosts multiple Conservative Forums as threaded discussions on topics such as Charters of Freedom (Constitution/Bill of Rights/Declaration of Independence), Day-to-Day Events, News, and many other topics of discussion. See a sample list here; but not limited to.
Conservative Discussion Groups
Right360 also hosts multiple Conservative Groups, which consist of chronologically ordered discussions. The Conservative Groups can be public, private, or hidden (by invite only). See a sample list here.
Moderate, Conservative, Libertarian Discussions
Our scope is geared towards positive: Moderate, Conservative, and Libertarian mindsets. Such as, our Moderates, Conservatives, and Libertarians share common values and undying love for this country. However, subtle differences between these groups prevent them from working together to create a common front against the biggest and the most common threat facing our country.
Our intent here is to bring Moderates, Conservatives, and Libertarians together and benefit by sharing and working together toward achieving our common objectives.
Firstly, working together breeds pragmatism by reducing the perceived differences between us. Such pragmatism helps to create a common ground and create a united front that we can use to address the most pressing issues.
This pragmatism is achieved by infusing different perspectives into our strategy, creating a diversity of ideas. Doing so prevents us from being misguided by overconfidence or being blindsided by focusing too much on the wrong priorities or solutions. Additionally, pragmatism helps create a feedback mechanism that helps us self-regulate and avoid veering from reality. For example, the Liberal movement has gone so far down the rabbit hole because of its inability to listen to differing opinions, wiping out Left-centrists.
Unlike them, we can accommodate divergent conservative perspectives and become the voice of reason in a country where common sense is a rarity. Similarly, working with related but subtly different groups helps tone down group-think, which can create an echo chamber resulting in confirmation bias. Subsequently, pragmatism helps us consider all perspectives and have balanced decision-making, which leads to optimal solutions.
Secondly, working together helps bring more people on board, creating a broader appeal for our message. Each group can bring on board their supporters who share common values, thus expanding the support base.
In the past, liberals have exploited our inability to unite, to swing votes, in their favor – by amplifying our subtle differences. However, consolidating all our bases denies our rivals their opportunity to drive a wedge between us and flip Swing states.
Lastly, unity between Conservatives, Moderates, and Libertarians helps us share scarce resources such as physical and logistical infrastructure, information, and expertise towards achieving a common goal.
For example, Conservatives can use libertarian facilities (and vice versa) to conduct their meetings, thus easing the logistical and financial burden. Sharing resources helps strengthen our political machinery enabling it to operate from any part of the country. This helps level the political playing field with the well-oiled liberal political machinery, funded by progressive billionaires such as George Soros.
Conservatives, Moderates, and Libertarians share common values and endless love for this country.
Additionally, we face a common and formidable enemy that loves to amplify our differences and divide us to propagate the liberal agenda.
By working together, we can reduce our differences and create a common front, expand our appeal by bringing more people into the fold, and ease our financial and logistical burdens to achieve our shared objectives.