Diana West

Diana West is a Washington journalist and author most recently of American Betrayal (St. Martin’s Press).

Nellie Ohr: Woman in the Middle

 

Gotta hand it to Special Counsel Robert Mueller: He knows how to set off a stick of dynamite. I refer, of course, to his office’s recent indictment of thirteen Russians in Russia, which we are now to chase after, yelling “Pearl Harbor!” on the Left and “No collusion!” on the Right, forgetting all about the […]

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Fake Leninist News From Mika and Joe

 

After MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski became just the latest dupes to trumpet a single-source allegation as settled fact, I decided to write the following letter to NBC. After all, they don’t want to be caught spreading “fake news,” do they? Dear NBC Ombudsman, “Morning Joe” is promulgating as fact an allegation about Steve […]

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‘Acceptable Debate’ in the Washington Post

 

Today, Trump White House official Sebastian Gorka is “profiled” — targeted in a scope, is more like it — in the Washington Post, which, of course, is owned by Jeff Bezos, as most people seem to know, and whose Amazon Web Services, most people don’t seem to know, has developed a $600 million computing cloud for […]

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When Defeated White House Candidates Reject the Election

 

The 2016 Democratic candidate for Vice President, Sen. Tim Kaine, said the following this week in an interview: We are so excited that the American public is energized to speak out against the abuses of this administration.… What we’ve got to do is fight in Congress, fight in the courts, fight in the streets, fight online, fight […]

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When Clarity Causes Chaos

 

President Trump’s executive action on immigration is a terrific shock to international socialism, whose sinews, including “free” trade, mass immigration/open borders, and Globalism First, have come to undergird the American Way. In such a Marxian system, borders, the nation-state, America First, are not just anathema, they are “reactionary” relics, and effectively defunct. Or supposed to be. […]

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Bukovsky vs. the British Crown — vs. the Kremlin? 

 

The great Vladimir Bukovsky is on a hunger strike. Here’s why. If a tree falls in the forest — no, if a legendary Soviet dissident goes on a hunger strike, and there is no media there to report on it, will it ever crash into world consciousness? Not so far. I find myself in some numbing degree […]

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