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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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Let's stipulate, for purposes of analysis, that presidential candidate Donald Trump did indeed collude with Russia in an effort to influence the electoral outcome to... [Read More]
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Of all the journalistic essays published as Donald Trump emerged last year as a serious presidential contender, perhaps the most haunting was Andrew Sullivan's New... [Read More]
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Pursue unsavory business, pay the price. [Read More]
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It may be time to contemplate the political fallout in America if Donald Trump fails as president and the American people decide to expel him... [Read More]
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Is America just 'an idea'? [Read More]
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The New York Times, in a front page piece, took a journalistic machete to Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson on Monday, portraying him as... [Read More]
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If you're puzzled by the swirl of geopolitical forces besetting the globe, and the debates unleashed by that swirl as to the nature of the... [Read More]
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In politics and geopolitics, people tend to cling to the old ways of thinking like a drowning man in a stormy sea clings to a... [Read More]
America is in crisis. It is a crisis of greater magnitude than any the country has faced in its history, with the exception of the... [Read More]
James Piereson of the Manhattan Institute produced a piece for The Weekly Standard recently (redistributed in TAC's "Of Note" web section) that lays bare the... [Read More]
Populism stretches through the American experience. [Read More]
It may be too early to tell for sure, but Donald Trump is looking more and more like a phony. He's also looking like a... [Read More]
Kellyanne Conway took a lot of heat some weeks back for suggesting that there could be "alternative facts" in political discourse, and no doubt she... [Read More]
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