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  • Questions For The Pentagon About Drafting Women - 2/5/2016

    Apropos of my blog post yesterday, which noted that the nation’s top soldier and Marine think women must be subject to the draft given their coming role as combatants, I have a few questions for them.

  • The Remainderman - 2/5/2016

    Cruz, Trump, Carson—the outsiders—won over 60 percent of all caucus votes. Their anti-Washington messages, Trump and Cruz's especially, grew the GOP turnout to its largest in history, 186,000, half again as many as participated in the record turnout of 2012.

  • They’re Coming For Our Daughters - 2/4/2016

    The exemption of women from the military draft is soon to end. Top generals told the Senate the other day that women must be drafted.

  • Obama’s Mosque Visit: Wrong Message, Wrong Venue - 2/4/2016

    President Barack Obama’s Wednesday speech at the Islamic Society mosque in Baltimore, a venue tainted by a long history of preacing radicalism, summarizes his thinking about Islam and national security. That address has troubling implications and deserves detailed scrutiny.

  • Is a New Era Upon Us? - 2/2/2016

    Whoever wins the nominations, the most successful campaigns of 2016 provide us with a clear picture of where the center of gravity is today in both parties and, hence, where America is going.

  • Islamic Mindset: Akin to Bolshevism - 2/1/2016

    On January 23 Freedom and Prosperity Radio, Virginia’s only syndicated political talk radio show, broadcast an interview with Srdja Trifkovic on the subject of Islam and the ongoing Muslim invasion of Europe. Here is the full transcript of the interview.

  • A VP For Trump? - 2/1/2016

    If Trump should actually get the Republican presidential nomination, then the question arises of his Vice-President-to-be. Of course, we should not count our chips before the last hand.

  • The Civil War of the Right - 1/29/2016

    It will be difficult for populists to unite with Beltway conservatives in 2016, when the former see the latter as part of the problem, not the solution.

  • Dogmatism Masquerading As Science - 1/28/2016

    So far, the presidential campaign has not gone as the experts had predicted. One of the reasons for this is that many Americans are anxious about the economy, an anxiety that those ensconced in the recession-free DC bubble have a hard time understanding.

  • Letter from Spain: Post-Election Imbroglio - 1/26/2016

    This year my winter retreat in Gran Canaria coincides with an unprecedented political crisis in Spain which may herald some trouble for the Brussels-based superstate. More than a month has passed since the inconclusive general election on December 20.

  • The Rejection Election - 1/26/2016

    Taken together, the candidacies of Trump, Sanders, Ben Carson and Ted Cruz represent a rejection of the establishment. And, imitation being the sincerest form of flattery, other Republican campaigns are now channeling Trump's.

  • Brooklyn In The 1950s: An America That Lives Only In Memory - 1/25/2016

    To understand America, Brooklyn is a very good place to begin. Movies made during World War II always seemed to include one young man from Brooklyn, together with one from the South, in every military unit. What could be more American?

  • In Clear Violation - 1/22/2016

    This anti-Trump issue of National Review is, in effect, a campaign pamphlet directed against a political candidate—indeed, the cover proclaims “Against Trump”—and, as such, is in clear violation of IRS statutes regulating nonprofit organizations.

  • Roe at 43: Defy It - 1/22/2016

    Remember the 58 million infants who have been destroyed, and the like number of women who have been shattered, since January 22, 1973. When you do, stare down the purveyors of the Culture of Death and say with Bryan: We beg no longer; we entreat no more; we petition no more. We defy you.

  • Revenge of the Castaway - 1/22/2016

    If it proves nothing else, this year’s campaign does vindicate Samuel Francis’s dim view of organized conservatism. The grandees “of all that remains of the famous ‘Conservative Movement’” have issued numerous ineffectual fusillades against Donald Trump.