Steven M. Warshawsky

Steven M. Warshawsky frequently comments on politics and current affairs for The American Thinker and other conservative websites. He can be reached at smwarshawsky@hotmail.com.

Newt’s Unusual Walking Tour

 

Rediscovering God in America by Newt Gingrich (Integrity Publishers, 159 pages, $14.99) “There is no attack on American culture more destructive and more historically dishonest than the secular Left’s relentless effort to drive God out of America’s public square.” So writes former Speaker of the House, and possible Republican presidential candidate, Newt Gingrich, in his […]

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A Peso for Your Thoughts

 

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, in 2004 there were more than 41 million Hispanics living in the United States, out of a total population (then) of 294 million. This is nearly one-seventh of the population, and growing. The Hispanic population is growing three times faster than the population as a whole, and accounts for […]

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Jack Kemp’s White Guilt

 

Recently, in Human Events, the New York Sun, and several other newspapers, former Republican Party vice-presidential candidate Jack Kemp has been arguing that Republicans need “to get on the right side of history” on racial matters, by supporting the creation of a permanent seat in the House of Representatives for the District of Columbia. Mr. […]

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Just Being Herself

 

I’ve Always Been a Yankees Fan: Hillary Clinton In Her Own Words, by Thomas D. Kuiper (World Ahead, 166 pages, $12.95) “We are at a stage in history in which remolding society is one of the great challenges facing all of us in the West.” These chilling words were spoken by Hillary Rodham Clinton during […]

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Apparently I’m a Paleocon

 

Writing last week in the Weekly Standard, Fred Barnes sharply rebuked “paleoconservatives” (especially Patrick Buchanan) for allegedly weakening the Bush presidency and hurting the Republican Party’s chances in the upcoming midterm elections. According to Barnes, “the paleocon message is not an electoral winner.” He says it’s “gloomy, negative, defeatist, isolationist, nativist, and protectionist.” And what […]

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