The 10 Most Interesting Conservatives of 2020

Brass Pills is a men’s website, not a political website, but a lot of people that read this website are conservative. So, after popping off a top of my head list of the most interesting people on the Right on Twitter, I thought it might be worth it to do a more thought out list on Brass Pills. Consider this to be entertainment, not politics. Here is the list in alphabetical order…

Honorable mentions: Greg Abbott, Dan Bongino, Ann Coulter, Dan Crenshaw, Ted Cruz, Ron DeSantis, Matt Drudge, Charles Koch, Mark Levin, Rush Limbaugh, Stephen Miller, Thomas Massie, Gavin McInnes, Glenn Reynolds, Thomas Sowell (Semi-retired), John Ziegler

1) Ryan Anderson: In a world where moral courage is in short supply on the Right, Anderson has been one of the few people loudly standing up against the utterly bizarre way transsexualism and gender confusion are now being incessantly promoted to children.

2) Steve Bannon: Bannon was a key player at Breitbart and in getting Trump elected in 2016 and he’s one of the few people on the right that seems able to think strategically and marshall resources for something other than electing politicians. This year, he was the key backer of the privately built wall on the border.