The right can now claim to be the party of change and social reform. Nowhere is the irony of this about face more poited than in the rise of conservative SJWs (witness The Great Lahren). There are question marks, though. While the left has laid out multiple visions of what society ought to look like over the years, the new the right hasn't really sketched out a comparable view. I ask all of you do try your hand at this sketch. What is your vision of America? What should we strive for? What are the values our society ought to uphold? My thinking is that a comparable vision is unattainable. The populism of the right is not grounded in prescriptions for our problems but is instead an attempt to retreat from them. It's also a retreat from the anxieties associated with moral judgments. The one unifying idea is that we should have jobs, tons of them. "Make America Great Again" The question isn't when was America great, but how it will become great in the future.