JRC 2016: A Future For Conservatism

JRC 2016: A Future For Conservatism

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Obama and the cool kids

Obama and the Cool Kids

Aaron D. Wolf

From the beginning, Barack Obama’s dreams of endless “Change,” of permanent national flux, were a recipe for racial animosity and violence. Ultimately, the impression that his words left was that magnanimity is impossible.

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The Body as Billboard by Anthony Esolen

The Body as Billboard

Anthony Esolen

Tattoos are everywhere. It is not that people sport tattoos where the sun doesn’t shine. It is that they sport tattoos where the light of the face should shine, and everywhere else too, so that the very self is made subordinate to the advertising.

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Ruminations Amidst the Ruins

Ruminations Amidst the Ruins

Christopher Manion

If the ticket wins, will Donald Trump’s chief of staff sideline Vice President Pence, or will he rely on him as a valuable resource in uniting a profoundly divided country? . . . Briefly put, will Pence matter?

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No Surrender

No Surrender

Chilton Williamson, Jr.

When it comes to politics—and, increasingly, other things as well—Americans today are like Mae West: They don’t show their good points to strangers.

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  • Trump Right on Trade Predators

    Pat Buchanan | September 30, 2016

    For an advanced economy like the United States, large trade deficits are milestones of national decline. We have been running them now for 40 years. But in the era of U.S. economic supremacy from 1870 to 1970, we always ran an annual trade surplus, selling far more abroad than Americans bought from abroad.

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  • Is Charlotte Our Future?

    Pat Buchanan | September 28, 2016

    Like moths to a flame, TV cameras are attracted to conflict, especially racial conflict. Networks and TV stations reward with airtime the most incendiary of racial charges. Thus, the news going out to homes and bars will continue to polarize us along racial lines.

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