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A Further Perspective
by | Oct 26, 2022

Lt. Gov. John Fetterman (D-Penn.) has drilled a deep hole in his ambitions to become the Keystone State’s next senator. In Tuesday night’s debate, Republican nominee Dr. Mehmet Oz deftly presented his positions and attacked Fetterman’s tough-as-velvet approach to crime…

by | Oct 16, 2022

Writing in the American Conservative, Patrick J. Buchanan has joined the current foreign policy debate with a thoughtful article that questions the Biden administration’s and much of the American foreign policy establishment’s notion of a 21st-century struggle between democracy and…

by | Oct 15, 2022

As Francis Sempa reports in this publication, Robert Kaplan and Mike Pompeo take very different views on the future course of American grand strategy, with Pompeo advocating a more muscular approach and Kaplan favoring restraint. While I respect both, having…

by | Oct 9, 2022

The so-called “global community” that Western liberals frequently look to for formulating and implementing “global governance” showed its true colors by voting down a proposal by the United States, Britian, Canada, and other, mostly Western, countries to debate a UN…

by | Oct 8, 2022

“The pandemic is over, but the purge continues,” Stephen Crampton, senior counsel for the conservative Thomas More Society, told me. We were talking about Zach Loesch, a Coast Guard aviation survival technician — a real hero about to lose his…

by | Oct 4, 2022

In one of the early Honeymooners episodes (an eight-minute skit, before Audrey Meadows joined), Ralph Kramden (Jackie Gleason) suspects his wife, Alice, is cheating on him (she is actually secretly meeting a jeweler to buy him a ring). Ever loyal…

by | Oct 2, 2022

The Heritage Foundation’s James Jay Carafano and Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu (Romania) professor Silviu Nate, writing in the National Interest, propose the formation of a geo-economic “Middle Corridor” as a Western alternative to energy and supply chains dependent on…

by | Sep 26, 2022

One hundred years ago this month, just four years after the end of World War I, the magazine Foreign Affairs made its debut. It is the journal of the American foreign policy establishment, published by the Council on Foreign Relations….

by | Aug 31, 2022

President Joe Biden’s student debt bailout resembles a plate of anchovies: It was unappetizing when served. After a week in the late-summer sun, it reeks. On Aug. 24, Biden announced his plan to cancel up to $10,000 in unpaid educational…

by | Aug 29, 2022

If I were an American ally in NATO or the Indo-Pacific region, I would be nervous about President Joe Biden’s leadership of the free world. A year has passed since our disgraceful exit from Afghanistan. Neither Biden nor any of…

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