The site navigation utilizes arrow, enter, escape, and space bar key commands. Left and right arrows move across top level links and expand / close menus in sub levels. Up and Down arrows will open main level menus and toggle through sub tier links. Enter and space open menus and escape closes them as well. Tab will move on to the next part of the site rather than go through menu items.
©2021 All rights reserved.
Edward Welsch is the executive editor at Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture.
Even before the release of 2020 election audits from Maricopa and other counties, there is plenty of evidence within the voter turnout and registration statistics suggesting that not everything was above board in Joe Biden's presidential victory.
Read today, Burnham’s cold, clear-eyed view of practical political theory works like mental mouthwash against the mountain of cloying, conservative Book-of-the-Month-Club tracts that purport to “win the battle of ideas” against the left.
Mike Lindell's attempt to prove a vast conspiracy behind the 2020 election blew up in his face due to his reliance on faulty data. Yet his symposium was a rallying point for conservatives determined to pursue suspicious voting anomalies.
John Greenville reads Ages of Discord and Executive Editor Edward Welsch reads The Machiavellians.
Riots in Los Angeles over a transgender person who allegedly exposed himself to a child in a women's bathroom have pitted the moderate left against its progressive fringe.
Stories of political upheaval in Brooklyn Center following Daunte Wright's death overlook the rapid demographic changes occurring in the Minneapolis suburb.
Dr. Seuss was one of his era's greatest cancelers of conservatives, a warmongering propagandist, and a writer of subversive kids' books. No one should lament his cancellation.
The emergence of a British YouTuber pushing the bad ideas of “Q” shows collapsing trust in public officials and the frustration of Americans denied answers. The cure for despair lies not in outlandish hopes, but a calm analysis of political power.
After a period of ultimately futile repression probably coming from D.C. and Big Tech, the national populist movement will emerge stronger than ever—and it will be stronger and more effective after Trump.
Subscribe to the Chronicles email newsletter and get our latest thought-provoking content delivered right to your inbox!
Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture is a program of
Sign up for our email newsletters to receive intellectually engaging content and updates from our organization straight to your inbox.