Identity politics won't work for conservative, pro-freedom ideals? Identity politics is all about addressing specific issues to specific groups. Let us take a look at gun rights.
The Rodney King Riots in LA proved that there were two types of people, those with guns, and those without. Read the story of a Jew who learned the necessity of a firearm for self defense: http://www.seraphicpress.com/jew-without-a-gun/#more-14061
The same event, covered from the Korean American perspective: http://www.humanevents.com/2012/12/23/when-assault-weapons-saved-koreatown/
The key to building political power isn't to gain control of any one group, but to gain enough inroads with that group that you can form a dominant coalition. We don't need every black in America to vote Republican, but we need enough pro freedom blacks so that the black community can have the pro freedom/anti freedom debate without getting Wayne LaPierre involved.
Things that we can bring up, point out, and discuss. Registration leads to confiscation. In New Orleans after Katrina. In California after the state decided to retroactively ban the SKS Sporter that they had required to be registered. It happened in New York City in 1991. It happened in Chicago.
We have separate groups, all affected by disarmament policies. Blacks and Jews have felt the sting of an oppressive state looking to keep them disarmed second class citizens. Koreans have seen the cops retreat from an angry mob and were left to defend themselves and their livelihoods in the chaos. Minorities in California have suffered from the "not white" syndrome when applying for their "mother may I" concealed carry permit.
So how do we use all this data to our benefit?
First off, counter the "guns are bad" narrative and highlight the stability of areas that have a high percentage of legal firearms. Ask the question (meaning, "implant the idea"), do "white suburbs" have low crime because they are "white suburbs" or because they hold a very high percentage of legal firearms?
Secondly, remind people of the dangers of relying on the police. The message (implant the idea) is that police don't live in your neighborhood, and are more concerned about going home at the end of their shift. Police are useful for marking where the bodies lie, but when seconds count are at best minutes away. It is your community, why do you expect someone else to take care of it?
Third, EMPOWER people. Take them to the range. Everyone smiles after their first range trip. Everyone.
The Democrats have had "Community Organizers" for years now, supported by limousine liberals who could afford to put paid spin doctors and agitators into impoverished communities to dominate the message. That is information warfare. In the military we call that "civil affairs" or "MISO" messaging. It is probably already too late for America, but it is never too late to try to cushion the fall somewhat. Imagine if the "coming civil war" wasn't about the entire impoverished ghetto rising up to loot en masse, but only about 80 percent of the impoverished ghetto? That's a lot of people that you would no longer have to fight, and 20% more allies than you had before.