• Britain’s Clean Imperial Conscience - 1/16/2019

    We are enjoined to partake in a deep sense of unproven guilt for events that occurred before our birth. This is nonsense, but is repeated as if it were divine revelation.

  • Is Bolton Steering Trump Into War With Iran? - 1/14/2019

    Is Trump looking for a showdown with Iran, which could result in a war that might vault his approval rating, but be a disaster for the Middle East and world economy and do for him what Operation Iraqi Freedom did for George W. Bush?

  • Build the Wall, Mr. President - 1/14/2019

    Securing our southern border is vastly more important to our national security than is nation-building in the Mideast.

  • Memo to Trump: Declare an Emergency - 1/11/2019

    Mass migration from the global South, not climate change, is the real existential crisis of the West.

  • George Soros and the Cult of Death - 1/11/2019

    Through his Open Society Institute and its vast network of affiliates, George Soros has provided extensive financial and lobbying support for groups that advocate lifestyles and causes that are invariably destructive, or outright repellant.

  • Shall Not Perish From This Land - 1/10/2019

    [O]n January 8, 2019, the Daily Telegraph reported that in oil-rich Gabon—which is the re-branded French Equatorial Africa—loyalists had thwarted a coup against the President. His name is Ali-Ben Bongo, whose family has ruled Gabon since 1967.

  • A Crisis of the Heart and Soul: Trump’s Border Wall Address - 1/10/2019

    Last night, President Donald Trump hopefully set the stage for taking measures to protect America’s borders that are long overdue. Though his brief address sometimes lapsed into the sentimental bromides realistic patriots have long grown weary of, Trump, in the end, told us what this struggle is all about.

  • The Christian Condition - 1/9/2019

    This is, in fact, a book about two men, since, due to his strong personality and his close relationship to Georges Bernanos, the author plays an important part in it.

  • No, This Is Not JFK's Democratic Party - 1/8/2019

    Speaker Nancy Pelosi's House has more women, persons of color and LGBT members than any House in history—and fewer white males. And Thursday, the day Rashida Tlaib was sworn in, her hand on a Quran, our first Palestinian-American congresswoman showed us what we may expect.

  • Trump & The Post: Whose Side Is Mitt On? - 1/4/2019

    If there is a more anti-Trump organ in the American establishment than The Washington Post, it does not readily come to mind. Hence, in choosing to send his op-ed attack on President Donald Trump to the Post, Mitt Romney was collaborating with an adversary of his party and his president.

  • Scenes & Dispatches - 1/3/2019

    It is announced in France's New Year's Honours list that Michel Houellebecq has been awarded the Legion of Honour for his writings. The State, which in France is especially powerful, has acknowledged the impact of his novels, above all the most recent one: Submission (2015).

  • How the War Party Lost the Middle East - 1/2/2019

    Seven years and 500,000 dead Syrians later, it is Obama, Sarkozy and Cameron who are gone. Assad still rules in Damascus, and the 2,000 Americans in Syria are coming home. Soon, says President Donald Trump.

  • France, the Sick Man of Europe - 1/2/2019

    France’s ambassador to Poland Pierre Levy has said he was “surprised, even shocked,” by the Polish foreign minister, Jacek Czaputowicz, declaring that “something’s not right” with France, and that was “sad because France is the sick man of Europe, dragging Europe down.”

  • Project Fear - 12/28/2018

    Project Fear, the code name for the great anti-Brexit counter-offensive, is still under way but lost its attacking force some time ago. It now survives through a few tropes that have lost their rhetorical teeth, and their power to maul minds.

  • 2020: Year of the Democrats? Maybe Not - 12/28/2018

    If Democrats are optimistic as 2019 begins, it is understandable. Their victory on Nov. 6, adding 40 seats and taking control of the House of Representatives, was impressive. And with the party's total vote far exceeding the GOP total, in places it became a rout.

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