Faith Whittlesey, R.I.P.

Faith Whittlesey, R.I.P.

Daniel McCarthy

The mice had a problem with Faith Whittlesey. These mice were not the four-legged kind; they were Chief of Staff Donald Regan’s functionaries in the Reagan White House, scurrying around and gnawing away at conservative policy efforts.

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Trump’s Iranian Gamble

Trump’s Iranian Gamble

Srdja Trifkovic

The conventional view among antiglobalist conservatives is that President Donald Trump’s nixing of the Iran nuclear deal, coupled with the much-heralded relocation of the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem, is bad news.

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Requiem for a Remainer

Requiem for a Remainer

Ralph Berry

It is time to ring down the curtain on the troubled rule of Theresa May. May became Prime Minister as the result of a series of flukes, which a scriptwriter would have dismissed as too implausible to work.

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  • Has the West the Will to Survive?

    Pat Buchanan | June 22, 2018

    The questions America and the West face might thus be framed: Is there a liberal, progressive, Christian way to seal a 2,000-mile border, halt millions of migrants from crossing it illegally, and send intruders back whence they came? Or does the preservation of Western nations and peoples require measures from which liberal societies today reflexively recoil? Does the survival of the West as a civilization require a ruthlessness the West no longer possess?

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  • Girding for Confrontation

    Michael T. Klare | June 21, 2018

    On May 30th, Secretary of Defense James Mattis announced a momentous shift in American global strategic policy. From now on, he decreed, the U.S. Pacific Command (PACOM), which oversees all U.S. military forces in Asia, will be called the Indo-Pacific Command

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