• Trump Raises the Stakes With CNN - 11/16/2018

    CNN says that if Trump succeeds in pulling Acosta's press pass, it could have a "chilling" effect on other White House correspondents. But if it has a chilling effect on journalists who relish confronting the president and reaping the cheers, publicity and benefits that go with being a leader of the adversary press, why is that a problem?

  • An Anniversary to Remember - 11/14/2018

    Last Sunday, many of our political leaders, feeling pressured by the anniversary of the Armistice that began at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month exactly one hundred years ago, publicly remembered the generally forgotten dead of the Great War.

  • Define "Imperialism" - 11/14/2018

    Lewis Namier liked to tell the story of an English schoolboy who was asked to define "imperialism" on an examination paper. "Imperialism," the budding proconsul wrote, "is learning how to get along with one's social inferiors."

  • Macron to Trump: 'You're No Patriot!' - 11/13/2018

    In a rebuke bordering on national insult Sunday, Emmanuel Macron retorted to Donald Trump's calling himself a nationalist. "Patriotism is the exact opposite of nationalism; nationalism is a betrayal of patriotism."

  • A Melancholy Centennial - 11/11/2018

    After four years and three months of unprecedented carnage, the Great War—the most catastrophic event in all of history—ended one hundred years ago, on November 11, 1918.

  • The War for the Soul of America - 11/9/2018

    The war in Washington will not end until the presidency of Donald Trump ends. Everyone seems to sense that now. This is a fight to the finish.

  • Special for Veterans Day: The Conservative Novel of the Year - 11/8/2018

    "Armstrong" is a rollicking work of alternate history that doesn’t sacrifice accurate details or historical nuance for the sake of your entertainment.

  • The Dictatorship of Victims Strikes Back - 11/8/2018

    One can almost hear an audible sigh of relief from the rogues’ gallery of criminal conspirators behind the phony Russiagate collusion story cooked up in the bowels of the US-UK Deep State with the aim of overturning the 2016 election.

  • More Than an Inkling - 11/7/2018

    The Oxford Inklings by veteran Lewis and Tolkien scholar Colin Duriez, is a delightful book that will warm the hearts of those who share the author’s enthusiasm for his subject.

  • Has Bloomberg Begun the Battle for 2020? - 11/6/2018

    Did former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg just take a page out of the playbook of Sen. Ed Muskie from half a century ago?

  • Merkel’s Flawed Legacy - 11/5/2018

    Angela Merkel announced on October 29 that she would make a two-stage exit from the political scene. She is first giving up her chairmanship of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU), which will select a new leader at its party congress on December 7-8.

  • Imagining the West - 11/5/2018

    As both a reality and an interpretive problem, the American West has retained its long-established hold on the attention of our scholars.

  • Mass Migration: Mortal Threat to Red State America - 11/2/2018

    Among the reasons Donald Trump is president is that his natural political instincts are superior to those of any other current figure.

  • An American Statesman Turns 80 - 11/2/2018

    Eight years ago, I made the case in this magazine that Pat Buchanan has been a "visionary." That case is even clearer today, with the White House occupied by a man who got there by running on the issues Buchanan had championed for decades . . .

  • How Theresa May Survived—For Now - 11/1/2018

    “Our expectation hath this day an end.” The dolorous admission of the citizens of Harfleur, that Henry V's siege cannot be withstood, is the judgment on last Thursday’s meeting of the 1922 Committee, which consists only of backbenchers.

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