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  • U.S. Syria Policy: Incoherent, Reckless - 6/28/2017

    The United States is in danger of descending into the Syrian quagmire. There are clear signs of mission creep devoid of logic or strategic rationale. It is not too late yet to step away from the brink.

  • Can We All Get Along? - 6/28/2017

    What would it take to fix this troubled America of ours? About a million fewer politicians is a goal to get us started.

  • Are Illinois & Puerto Rico Our Future? - 6/27/2017

    Deficits and national debts as a share of GDP are rising. Almost nowhere does one see the old robust growth rates returning. And the infrastructure of the West—roads, bridges, tunnels, ports, airports, subways, train tracks—continues to crumble for lack of investment.

  • A Wide World of Winless War - 6/26/2017

    Globe-Trotting U.S. Special Ops Forces already deployed to 137 nations in 2017.

  • The Passing of the Pelosi Era - 6/23/2017

    Just as Trump put Bush-Romney Republicanism into the dumpster in the 2016 primaries, Hillary Clinton's defeat, followed by losses in four straight special elections, portend a passing of the guard in the Democratic Party. So where is the party going?

  • Arabia First - 6/22/2017

    At this point, it’s no great surprise when Donald Trump walks away from past statements in service to some impulse of the moment. Nowhere, however, has such a shift been more extreme or its potential consequences more dangerous than in his sudden love affair with the Saudi royal family.

  • Journalism and Mr. Jones - 6/21/2017

    We used to hear it said, "Ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free." It seems by modern criteria to make you something even better: rich, famous, influential; a source of quotes and endorsements and speaking gigs.

  • After the ISIS War, a US-Russia Collision? - 6/20/2017

    We cannot allow our friends in the Middle East and Persian Gulf to play our hand for us, for it is all too often in their interests to have us come fight their wars, which are not necessarily our wars.

  • Rediscovering Philadelphia - 6/19/2017

    The theme that unites the short, somewhat disparate eight chapters of this book is the use by the Supreme Court of unenumerated rights—that is, rights beyond those specifically enumerated in the Bill of Rights—to invalidate state laws.

  • Waiting for John Brown - 6/16/2017

    Just imagine if a deranged Tea Party activist known to rant on social media against Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton had gunned down a bunch of Democrats. Would Republican officials get away with saccharine expressions of “this is an attack on all of us,” “we stand united,” and similar vacuities?

  • A Long History of Leftist Hatred - 6/16/2017

    James T. Hodgkinson of Belleville, Illinois, who aspired to end his life as a mass murderer of Republican Congressmen, was a Donald Trump hater and a Bernie Sanders backer. Like many before him, Hodgkinson was a malevolent man of the hating and hard left.

  • Predators - 6/15/2017

    In an earlier phase of my career, I researched the subject of serial murder. What struck me repeatedly was how many of the cases defied the common stereotype of the lone Jack the Ripper figure, always a white male.

  • A New Global Conservative Agenda: Order vs. Chaos - 6/14/2017

    Excerpts from Srdja Trifkovic’s presentation at the International Conservative Round-Table Conference held in Milan, Italy, on June 13, 2017. The event in the Lombard capital was co-sponsored by the Lega Nord and the Russian Party of Action.

  • Are We Nearing Civil War? - 6/13/2017

    President Trump may be chief of state, head of government and commander in chief, but his administration is shot through with disloyalists plotting to bring him down. We are approaching something of a civil war where the capital city seeks the overthrow of the sovereign and its own restoration.

  • Theresa May’s Miscalculation - 6/12/2017

    British political scene is in a state of chronic crisis. The Kingdom is more divided than ever, by political, social and cultural preferences no less than by class and income.