• After the Confederates, Who's Next? - 5/25/2017

    Behind this remorseless drive to blast the greatest names from America's past off public buildings, and to tear down their statues and monuments, is an egalitarian extremism rooted in envy and hate.

  • True Grit - 5/25/2017

    A remark one often hears from the current crop of film critics is that John Wayne might indeed merit the iconographic status conferred on him by tens of millions of ordinary cinemagoers around the world, were it not for the troubling matter of his alleged evasion of military service during World War II.

  • Gigantic Weaknesses - 5/24/2017

    One of the sights that most amazed me as I approached the center of Moscow for the first time was a huge poster, stretched across the flat rooftop of a large building not far from the Kremlin, boldly advertising PHILIPS in large letters that needed no further explanation.

  • Will DC Pull Trump Into War in Syria? - 5/23/2017

    We must end America’s proxy war on Syria. Donald Trump must resist the siren song of the Washington swamp critters who do not wish him well and are determined to plunge America into another needless, bloody fiasco in the Middle East.

  • A Special Prosecutor for Criminal Leaks - 5/23/2017

    Upon what authority did the Washington Post reveal code-word intelligence secrets? Where in the Constitution or U.S. law did the Post get the right to reveal state secrets every U.S. citizen is duty bound to protect?

  • Moscow Notebook - 5/22/2017

    Here I am in Russia, for the third time in two months. This means the FBI should start an investigation, if it has not done so already. This time I was invited to a conference at the Russian State University for the Humanities on Thursday.

  • Rosenstein Joins the Posse - 5/19/2017

    A debilitating and potentially dangerous time for President Trump has now begun, courtesy of his deputy attorney general.

  • Appointment of Special Counsel for ‘Russiagate’ Could Derail Trump’s MAGA Agenda, Lead to War - 5/19/2017

    There is reason to fear that Trump, guided by advisers whose policy proclivities mirror those of his critics, may seek the path of least resistance by further bellicose measures.

  • Forty-Five Blows Against Democracy - 5/18/2017

    How U.S. military bases back dictators, autocrats, and military regimes.

  • An Over-the-Top 'Scandal' - 5/17/2017

    Is firing a government official serving at the president's pleasure now an impeachable action? The terms of presidential duty are changing faster than the media and the Democrats can invent them.

  • Comey & The Saturday Night Massacre - 5/16/2017

    On publication day of my memoir of Richard Nixon's White House, President Trump fired FBI Director James Comey. Instantly, the media cried "Nixonian," comparing it to the 1973 Saturday Night Massacre. Yet, the differences are stark.

  • The Price of Empire Globalism and Its Consequences - 5/15/2017

    I know it will strike many people as odd to call the current foreign policy of the United States a form of "empire building" or "imperialism," and of course none of our leaders would ever call it that.

  • What Is America's Goal in the World? - 5/12/2017

    Like the British and French empires, the American imperium is not sustainable. We have issued so many war guarantees it is almost assured that we will be dragged into every future great crisis and conflict on the planet.

  • Sing Me Back Home - 5/11/2017

    Merle Haggard was a real American. At its best, his music was folk art, Americana poetry, each song capturing a snapshot of his people’s story. There was nothing phony about Haggard, and his music and songwriting showed what country music can be.

  • Macron's Victory: A Dark Day for Europe - 5/10/2017

    Emmanuel Macron’s predictable victory in the second round of the French presidential election on May 7 is bad news for France and detrimental to the prospects of Europe’s cultural and demographic survival.


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