|—YouTube commenter texblues49|
The Young Conservatives, affectionately called Young Cons by their
mothers fans, are a totally badass rap duo that has taken the US by storm with its unique blend of funky beats and right-wing rhetoric. Its main members are "Stiltz" and "Serious C," both college students at Dartmouth, but since its humble beginnings, the group's posse has expanded and now includes a black guy, a breakdancer, and a cardboard cutout of Ronald Reagan.
Initially only a YouTube phenomenon, the group gained widened exposure due to a live appearance on Fox News, as well as a spot in the "Xtreme Politically Active Conservatives" rap lineup at CPAC 2010.
 Muzakal Style
So far, the Young Cons have released approximately fourteen songs via their YouTube channel. It's hard to tell exactly, because they all sound somewhat alike, featuring a masterful synthesis of canned beats, witty lyrics laden with profound political insights, Reagan soundbites and psychedelic visual effects. They've also brought a refreshing new angle to rapper's gear, usually donning cheap shirts, suit jackets and, occasionally, neckties - something that's never been tried before.
 Critical reaction
The Young Cons have received enthusiastic endorsements from noted music critics Bill O'Reilly and Michelle Malkin. They command almost universal respect for conclusively proving that there is no such thing as someone who's too white to be a rapper. By 2012 they seem largely forgotten.