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  • How Trump Wins the Debate - 9/23/2016

    With only a year in national politics, Trump does not have to show a mastery of foreign and domestic policy details. Rather, he has to do what John F. Kennedy did in 1960, and what Ronald Reagan did in 1980. He has to meet and exceed expectations, which are not terribly high.

  • The Oligarchy is Losing Its Grip, But Its Death Throes May Prove Fatal – to Us - 9/21/2016

    For those who have been paying attention for the past couple of decades, Aleppo Boy is a familiar example of what is known as “atrocity porn,” titillating the audience through horror and incitement to hatred of the presumed perpetrators.

  • Trump & the Press—A Death Struggle - 9/20/2016

    Do the major media understand that in their determination, bordering on desperation, to kill Trump, they are killing their credibility? And as they are losing credibility they are losing the country.

  • Could Stay-at-Home Moms Help Put Trump Over the Top? - 9/16/2016

    Donald Trump caught a lot of people off guard with his proposal, spearheaded by daughter Ivanka, on child-care benefits. This is not familiar Republican territory.

  • Strategic Lessons of Clinton’s Health Crisis - 9/16/2016

    Hillary Clinton is a messianic imperialist ready to take risks disproportionate to rewards, but unable and unwilling to take responsibility for the consequences, or to admit any serious wrongdoing.

  • Finito - 9/15/2016

    Nothing is easier than getting the future wrong. But I think that Hillary Clinton's presidential bid is finished.

  • Last Chance for the 'Deplorables' - 9/13/2016

    Why should Middle America, given what she thinks of us, render a President Hillary Clinton and her regime any more allegiance or loyalty than Colin Kaepernick renders to the America he so abhors?

  • The NBC Commander-in-Chief Forum: Advantage Trump - 9/9/2016

    On Wednesday night Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump spoke at the same prime-time television event for the first time. The “forum” was not a debate; the candidates appeared back-to-back, answering Matt Lauer’s questions about their qualities and qualifications to be commander-in-chief.

  • Is Tide Going Out on Hillary? - 9/9/2016

    Other than being the first woman president, what is the great change that Hillary Clinton offers America?

  • A Choice, Not An Echo, Again - 9/7/2016

    Monday brought the sad news that Phyllis Schlafly had died, at the age of 92. Schlafly was a tireless advocate for conservative causes for over half a century.

  • Regime Change - 9/6/2016

    Speculation is mounting that Theresa May, emulating Richard Nixon’s epoch-making visit to China, may be planning a visit to Washington with a view to laying the foundations for a trade deal between the UK and US.

  • A Few Modest Suggestions for the Trump Administration - 9/6/2016

    A few modest suggestions to keep President Trump and his team busy for the first 100 days.

  • Trump & the Hillarycons - 9/6/2016

    What does conservatism mean in 2016? Upon what ideas and issues, principles and policies, do conservatives still agree?

  • Hillary’s World - 9/2/2016

    Hillary Clinton’s global vision reflects the fundamentally flawed post-Cold War consensus, to which both ends of the Beltway Duopoly—neoconservatives and neoliberals—subscribe with equal zeal.

  • Conquistador Trump - 9/2/2016

    In accepting the invitation of President Enrique Pena Nieto to fly to Mexico City, the Donald was taking a major risk. Yet it was a bold and decisive move, and it paid off in what was the best day of Donald Trump's campaign.