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by | Jul 17, 2020

A More Perfect Union  Our Founding Fathers risked their lives and fortunes in pursuit of “a more perfect Union.” They…

by | Jan 16, 2020

As the reelection of Donald Trump becomes increasingly likely, the Never Trumpers on the political right have found new favorite…

by | Dec 31, 2019

The year 2019 brought some notable golden anniversaries from a wild year: 1969. Some were glorious, such as the Moon…

by | Dec 27, 2019

It’s increasingly difficult to distinguish the views of the new “national conservatives” from those held by “democratic socialists” when it…

by | Aug 10, 2019

He might not eagerly admit it, but the distinguished George Will has a long, storied history with this venerable publication…

by | Aug 9, 2019

Ahab had his white whale. Wile E. Coyote has his Road Runner. Charlie Brown had the football that Lucy wouldn’t…

by | Jan 25, 2019

When I first heard of the hullabaloo surrounding the visit to the Lincoln Monument by students of Covington Catholic High…

by | Apr 20, 2018

A fine article by Conrad Black suggests the anti-Trump factions lost rounds last week. While the Mueller investigation has yet to produce…

by | Apr 5, 2018

Updated 4.5.18 4:23 p.m. Shortly after the essay below was published, we learned that Williamson had been fired by the…

by | Nov 28, 2017

Neal Freeman’s byline is one that more conservatives should be acquainted with. Happily, those not familiar with this ever-faithful conservative warrior, both a combatant and a clear and able chronicler of the ideological battles, can catch up with him through this collection of columns, articles, and speeches. They cover significant events, trends, and personalities in the conservative movement from the days of Goldwater to the age of Trump. The previously published pieces in Skirmishes appeared in such as National Review, the Wall Street Journal, and, happy to say, The American Spectator. 

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