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  • America's Second Civil War - 8/18/2017

    While easy for Republicans to wash their hands of such odious elements as Nazis in Charlottesville, will they take up the defense of the monuments and statues that have defined our history, or capitulate to the icon-smashers? In this Second American Civil War, whose side are you on?

  • Death of a Nation - 8/17/2017

    Every living nation needs symbols. They tell us who we are as one people, in what we believe, and on what basis we organize our common life.

  • Missed Manners and Creeping Laws - 8/16/2017

    All societies regulate personal behavior: That is part of what makes them societies, instead of mere aggregations of isolated individuals. Societies differ enormously, though, in just how they perform this regulation, how much they rely on law and the state, rather than informal or private means.

  • If We Erase Our History, Who Are We? - 8/15/2017

    With Heyer's death, the brawl was elevated to a moral issue. And President Donald Trump's initial failure to denounce the neo-Nazi and Klan presence was declared a moral failure. How did we get here, and where are we going?

  • Netanyahu’s Woes - 8/14/2017

    Benjamin Netanyahu, now in his fourth term, may become the longest-serving Israeli Prime Minister—provided he survives in his post into 2018. On August 3, Israeli police officially confirmed that Netanyahu is suspected of a series of crimes, including fraud, breach of trust and accepting bribes.

  • A Just Candidate for Regime Change - 8/14/2017

    I have no idea what is the best way to deal with North Korea. But I do know this: North Korea is the worst governed place on the planet.

  • Is the American Empire Worth the Price? - 8/11/2017

    "When a man knows he is to be hanged in a fortnight," Samuel Johnson observed, "it concentrates his mind wonderfully."

  • It’s Time for Deplorables to March on Washington - 8/10/2017

    [W]hatever Trump does, he needs to do it soon. The Swamp has a plan to upend the constitutional order. Trump needs one to preserve it. Tweets and rallies out in the real America won’t get the job done.

  • Slouching Toward Mar-a-Lago - 8/10/2017

    Like it or not, the president of the United States embodies America itself. The individual inhabiting the White House has become the preeminent symbol of who we are and what we represent as a nation and a people. In a fundamental sense, he is us.

  • ISIS: Trump’s Unheralded Success - 8/9/2017

    Considering the unprecedented obstacles President Trump is facing from various quarters in his attempts to devise a coherent foreign policy strategy, the apparent success of his anti-ISIS approach thus far is both surprising and encouraging.

  • Quiet-ish Time in the City Of Power - 8/9/2017

    Who weeps, who languishes, who darts anxious glances at the clock just about the time Congress goes on vacation? The media, of course. With Congress out of town, what's to report on, what's to wring the hands over?

  • After the Coup, What Then? - 8/8/2017

    By colluding, the mainstream media, deep state, and the special prosecutor's button men, with a license to roam, may bring down yet another president.

  • George Soros, Megalomaniac - 8/7/2017

    Sorosism is an international network of tax-exempt foundations, quasi-political organizations, and "independent" media churning out a great variety of Soroscista propaganda: arcane studies showing the need for a world central bank, a torrent of op-ed pieces calling for "peace" in Bosnia.

  • Is Trump's Russia Policy Being Hijacked? - 8/4/2017

    In crafting the platform in Cleveland on which Donald Trump would run, America Firsters inflicted a major defeat on the War Party.

  • The Rise of the Profane - 8/3/2017

    At some point in their development, civilizations cease believing in the sacred and plunge into a new set of absolutes. No community likes to speak of decadence and its usually harsh symptoms; no one may even grasp the meaning of such an upheaval.