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The Strange Death of Europe: Immigration, Identity, Islam, Douglas Murray, Bloomsbury Continuum, 352 pagesThe single most significant issue of our time is not North Korea's... [Read More]
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Donald Trump's greatest political achievement is little remarked upon these days: He got elected. Because getting elected gave him immense power in our presidential system,... [Read More]
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Is the year 2018 going to be a seminal year for America, like 1941, 1974, 1989, or 2001? [Read More]
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In March 1997, two Washington reporters published a book entitled Mirage: Why Neither Democrats nor Republicans Can Balance the Budget, End the Deficit, and Satisfy... [Read More]
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President Trump's 2017 National Security Strategy, or NSS, is a dangerous document. If followed by the administration over the next three years, it will almost... [Read More]
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Thomson Reuters If reports are correct that Rex Tillerson is going to be fired as US Secretary of State, to be replaced by... [Read More]
If reports are correct that Rex Tillerson is going to be fired as U.S. Secretary of State, to be replaced by CIA Director Mike Pompeo,... [Read More]
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The United States faces a question that it seems to want to ignore: What kind of nation are we? The question looms up in the... [Read More]
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In contemplating the Republican effort to craft a plan to revamp the U.S. tax code, one unmistakable reality comes into focus: The Democrats have won... [Read More]
In this era of instability, the U.S. must protect its own sphere of influence The bane of Spain is Catalonia, where many want to... [Read More]
REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque Word is out that President Trump this week will "decertify" the nuclear deal with Iran, also known as JCPOA, for Joint... [Read More]
His "universal nation" idea has gotten us into trouble before. [Read More]
The looming congressional battle over the Republicans' big tax-overhaul plan is likely to accentuate a fundamental political reality of our time, which can be distilled... [Read More]
In a penetrating essay in Sunday's New York Times Book Review, the distinguished Columbia professor, Eric Foner, weighed in on the Robert E. Lee question.... [Read More]
The Wall Street Journal welcomes President Trump's emerging deal with congressional Democrats, granting legal status and perhaps citizenship to the so-called Dreamers—young people illegally brough... [Read More]
An office that was once manageable is now beset by too many problems, too many demands and too many meetings. Robert W. Merry reviews "The... [Read More]
Longtime contrarian continues to be a fly in the establishment's ointment. [Read More]
The great Roman senator and historian, Cato the Elder, also known as Cato the Wise, took up a practice of ending every Senate speech, on... [Read More]
In the wake of Stephen Bannon's firing, it has become almost inconceivable that President Trump can avoid a one-term fate. This isn't because he sacked... [Read More]
In Scott Horsley's NPR piece Wednesday on President Trump's new immigration-curtailment proposal, the radio network's White House reporter demonstrated how the media often offer selective... [Read More]
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