Paul Kengor

Dr. Paul Kengor is professor of political science and executive director of The Center for Vision & Values at Grove City College. His books include Dupes: How America’s Adversaries Have Manipulated Progressives for a Century and the forthcoming book A Pope and a President: John Paul II, Ronald Reagan, and the Extraordinary Untold Story of the 20th Century.

The Ronald Reagan We Didn’t See

 

There’s a new book on Ronald Reagan that’s among the most unique and touching ever done on the man. It’s called The President Will See You Now, and it’s an account of his final years by Peggy Grande, a young woman who right out of college in 1989 unexpectedly landed herself a dream job. She […]

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Communists and Socialists Rally Under ‘Trump Resistance’

 

Communist Party USA and the Democratic Socialists of America are claiming surges in interest and membership since the 2016 election and the inauguration of Donald Trump. To be sure, these claims are according to their self-reporting — for what that’s worth — though these comrades haven’t made such boasts in a long time. We can […]

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Going Red for International Women’s Day… and Its Useful Idiots

 

The ability of the communist left to consistently dupe an ever-wider group of suckers never ceases to amaze. It’s practically another constant of the universe. I wrote here a few weeks ago about the now-infamous Women’s March, a parade of perversity and vulgarity that erupted after the Trump inaugural in January, where none other than […]

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Rating the Presidents — and Obama

 

I’ve been getting emails from bewildered colleagues asking about a survey of presidential scholars that determined that Barack Obama is the 12th best president in the history of the United States, putting him near the top quartile of our presidents. How can this be? I, too, was mystified, especially given that I participated in the […]

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Women’s Marchers, Unite!

 

“The most important task,” said communist dictator Kim Il Sung in October 1971, in his address to the Democratic Women’s Union of North Korea, “is to revolutionize and working-classize all the women.” Kim hoisted the torch blazed by glorious female comrades such as Alexandra Kollontai (the Eleanor Roosevelt of the Bolshevik Revolution), Bella Dodd, Rosa […]

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When Liberal Doves Become Russia Hawks

 

In the final presidential debate of 2012, Barack Obama mocked Mitt Romney that “the 1980s” were “calling to ask for their foreign policy back.” Romney warned Obama that Putin and the Kremlin were not our pals. Obama chortled at the pathetic Cold War reactionary. He and fellow liberals had a good laugh. There was, of […]

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Death by Fidel

 

Fidel Castro is dead. To say those words is so strange. I’ve never known a moment when he wasn’t alive. Castro came to power seven years before I was born, and I’m almost 50. I’ve been lecturing on the man every fall semester for 20 years, spending two or three weeks on him, his ideology, […]

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Communists and Socialists Going Bonkers Over Trump

 

If you’re in the mood for a little levity this weekend, take a gander at the websites of Communist Party USA, People’s World, and the Democratic Socialists of America (among other leftists-in-arms), where they are going absolutely bonkers over Donald Trump’s big win. To say that these comrades had been ready for Hillary is an […]

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Trump’s Stunning Victory — and Stunning Reality

 

Donald Trump’s victory was stunning. It is a shocking historical accomplishment. It is an absolute game-changer. Congrats, congrats, and congrats to The Donald and his team. I am personally thrilled — could not be happier — that Hillary Clinton will not be our next president. One of my main reasons (I had many, and still […]

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Tom Hayden: From SDS and Viet Cong to Progressives for Obama

 

Tom Hayden, the Vietnam War protester and SDS founder, died this past weekend at age 76. Hayden’s journey was in many ways tragic. Born December 1939 in the Detroit suburbs, he was not, unlike many radical leaders, a red-diaper baby. His parents were Irish Catholics who named him after St. Thomas Aquinas and sent him […]

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