by | Jun 13, 2018

This month marks the 50thanniversary of the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy, one of the defining events of 1968 and a profoundly influential one for American politics since. Kennedy was a skilled politician whose entrance into the 1968 presidential field…

by | Mar 6, 2018

Sunday marked a historic election for the Italian Republic. While the results were similar to what was projected, they bring a major shift and uncertainty to the nation, and the European Union as a whole. In this election, no party…

by | Dec 11, 2017

The media tells Judge Roy Moore that his Christian views have no place in this time period dominated by hectoring progressivism and moral rot across all civic and cultural institutions. He is, they say, a relic, a demographic outlier, a…

by | Aug 16, 2017

Steve Bannon is out. And all that has happened in — and since — Charlottesville has had paradoxical effects. It is not simply whether Bannon, who once had unfettered access to the Oval Office, is now banished from the White…

by | Aug 8, 2017

Ironically, the acting-up of Occupy Wall Street led to Donald Trump’s presidency. At a moment ripe for populist anger, the left, aided by mainstream media, turned it instead into an elitist temper tantrum. As a result, Middle Americans saw how…

by | Apr 7, 2017

Dear Mr. President, As a supporter of yours since Day One, I feel the need to write to you. Stay true to populist nationalism, sir. I know you believe in it. It carried you over the goal line in the…

by | Mar 7, 2017

From Heraclitus to the present, historians and philosophers addressed the issue of change. Is change built into the nature of society or is it a mirage that reflects a different side of sameness? It would appear that there are years…

by | Dec 9, 2016

The transformation of “progressive” from a proudly worn badge of honor to a pejorative comes as a sign of progress. Eight years of Barack Obama has that effect on a word. “I am someone who is no doubt progressive,” candidate…

by | Oct 31, 2016

Mere months after being routed by Paul Ryan in the Wisconsin primary, businessman Paul Nehlen is challenging the Speaker again. Last Tuesday, Nehlen announced that he was throwing his hat into the ring — not for Ryan’s congressional seat, but…

by | Oct 26, 2016

Political scientist Clinton Rossiter concluded his 1960 work Parties and Politics in America with the following formula: “No America without democracy, no democracy without politics, no politics without parties, no parties without compromise and moderation.” In the case of a…

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