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Greg Jones
Greg Jones has written for the Federalist, Daily Caller, Reason.com, and U.S. News & World Report. He’s on Twitter @DrunkRepub

Terrorists, it seems, hate lots of things. And most of those things are either rooted in or expressions of freedom. Some hate speech that contradicts their beliefs; others clothing that goes against their own religious or cultural norms; and yet…

History, it seems, has come full circle. A little more than two years after Donald Trump rocked the Republican establishment and shocked the world with the electoral upset of the century, a motley crew of Democrats is jockeying to unseat…

I’m so old I remember when journalists at least pretended to be objective. While they certainly had their prejudices, the journalistic old guard rarely tattooed them on their foreheads or paraded them around like show poodles on leashes. If you…

The current stalemate in Washington, and the related partisan bickering, are producing no shortage of nefarious talking points. From the idea that today’s border situation mirrors the Ellis Island of a century ago to the bizarre declaration that walls and fences are…

In today’s hyperpartisan political environment, it’s rare that I manage to give my liberal friends even the slightest moment of pause. But occasionally, when debates on Trumpism and conservatism inevitably turn to Reaganism, and they begin to parrot the usual…

When asked why they weren’t outraged at the treatment of illegal immigrants under Obama, liberals generally offer a common response along the lines of “I didn’t know it was happening.” Even California Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein played the ignorance card,…

“I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.” Those were the words of…

In today’s hyperpartisan political environment, it’s rare that I manage to give my liberal friends even the slightest moment of pause. But occasionally, when debates on Trumpism and conservatism inevitably turn to Reaganism, and they begin to parrot the usual…

As a child, I was terrified to fly. Still am to some degree. But back then, seeing the aftermaths of the occasional plane crash on the evening news filled me with unspeakable terror. I always dreamed of going to Europe,…

Am I the only one experiencing déjà vu? The election of Brazil’s new, right-wing President, Jair Bolsonaro, has elicited the same “death of democracy” hyperbole that followed Trump’s election victory in 2016. Consider the Independent’s “Fascism has arrived in Brazil…

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