For nearly 200 years the United States and Mexico coexisted as a series of antonyms separated by a desert.  The United States was prosperous and free.  Mexico was poor and despotic.  For a time, the United States was the preeminent middle-class society.  [Read more]

For nearly 200 years the United States and Mexico coexisted as a series of antonyms separated by a desert. The United States was prosperous and free. Mexico was poor and despotic. For a time, the United States was the preeminent middle-class society. [Read more]

Liberals are keen to sniff out and condemn “privilege,” by which they mean the superior education, the affluence, the influence, and the comfort enjoyed by well-connected, well-born people, usually imagined by them to be political conservatives. [Read more]

Liberals are keen to sniff out and condemn “privilege,” by which they mean the superior education, the affluence, the influence, and the comfort enjoyed by well-connected, well-born people, usually imagined by them to be political conservatives. [Read more]

It is easy to revel in the misery of forlorn liberals, but it is also easy to get caught up in their binary political game. Already in attack mode, they would prefer that conservatives pay all of their attention to them. [Read more]

It is easy to revel in the misery of forlorn liberals, but it is also easy to get caught up in their binary political game. Already in attack mode, they would prefer that conservatives pay all of their attention to them. [Read more]

Democrats apparently have decided to throw the kitchen sink at U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions, the Alabama Republican chosen by President-Elect Donald Trump to become the next U.S. attorney general. Democrats and surrogates appear to be abandoning all logic, reason, and decorum in a desperate drive to smear Sessions, the Yellowhammer State’s junior senator since 1997. “If the Left insist on attacking him on race, they will face a backlash. It will hurt them … People are sick of being called…

Democrats apparently have decided to throw the kitchen sink at U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions, the Alabama Republican chosen by President-Elect Donald Trump to become the next U.S. attorney general. Democrats and surrogates appear to be abandoning all logic, reason, and decorum in a desperate drive to smear Sessions, the Yellowhammer State’s junior senator since 1997. “If the Left insist on attacking him on race, they will face a backlash. It will hurt them … People are sick of being called…

The imperative of the new era is that the great nuclear powers—China, Russia, the United States—not do to each other what Britain, France and Germany did to each other a century ago over a dead archduke. [Read more]

The imperative of the new era is that the great nuclear powers—China, Russia, the United States—not do to each other what Britain, France and Germany did to each other a century ago over a dead archduke. [Read more]

“Storytelling” is the new “safe, legal, and rare” of the pro-abortion movement.  See as Exhibit A the new HBO documentary, Abortion: Stories Women Tell, released a few weeks ago in select theaters. The film focuses on women in Missouri, a state where only one abortion clinic remains open, and which requires a 72-hour waiting period. [Read more]

“Storytelling” is the new “safe, legal, and rare” of the pro-abortion movement. See as Exhibit A the new HBO documentary, Abortion: Stories Women Tell, released a few weeks ago in select theaters. The film focuses on women in Missouri, a state where only one abortion clinic remains open, and which requires a 72-hour waiting period. [Read more]

How do we identify tyranny?  What is it?  Do we recognize it when we see it today?  The Founding Fathers of the United States learned about tyranny from the Ancient Greeks, and they created a system of government designed to stave it off.  In this audio lecture, classics professor E. Christian Kopff

TYRANNY: From George III to Barack Obama, by E. Christian Kopff

How do we identify tyranny? What is it? Do we recognize it when we see it today? The Founding Fathers of the United States learned about tyranny from the Ancient Greeks, and they created a system of government designed to stave it off. In this audio lecture, classics professor E. Christian Kopff

In the course of this year President Donald Trump will improve America’s relations with Russia. He will also start purging the irredeemably politicized U.S. intelligence apparatus. [Read more]

In the course of this year President Donald Trump will improve America’s relations with Russia. He will also start purging the irredeemably politicized U.S. intelligence apparatus. [Read more]

No longer tasked with helping Obama weaken America, disappoint our Allies, and help our enemies, Foreign Service Officers can play a pivotal role in helping make America great again. [Read more]

No longer tasked with helping Obama weaken America, disappoint our Allies, and help our enemies, Foreign Service Officers can play a pivotal role in helping make America great again. [Read more]

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