Alexander Hamilton Archives | The American Spectator

by | Jul 9, 2020

How do you defend something when its original justification no longer exists? Arguments for the Electoral College suffer from this…

by | May 12, 2020

Rules, rules, rules — and don’t we hate ’em? They restrict some of our most personal notions, retard our experiential…

by | Mar 29, 2020

In The Federalist, Alexander Hamilton devotes many consecutive articles to addressing the faults of the Articles of Confederation. Occasionally writing…

by | Mar 15, 2020

March was an important month for George Washington. He resisted the opportunity to become a military dictator in March. And…

by | Mar 15, 2020

American liberals once worshipped at the feet of Lady Justice. During the 1960s, the heyday of the progressive Warren Court,…

by | Jan 24, 2020

A political Halley’s Comet flew over the Capitol this week. Even politics junkies averted their gaze. The Senate impeachment trial…

by | Oct 12, 2019

The fictional setting for National Lampoon’s Animal House (1978) is mythical Faber College, in 1962. A largely traditional small college…

by | Jul 18, 2018

Alexander Hamilton is most famous for a fight. A fight that lasted mere seconds, a two-bullet battle with a casualty…

by | Dec 17, 2016

Actually, Alexander Hamilton was a brilliant man.  But even brilliant men sometimes advance ideas that turn out to be spectacularly…

by | Dec 12, 2016

Fair Warning: Before reading any further, you may want to retreat to your safe space, and remember to bring along…

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