The claim of a unified America, and not a war against a modern-day version of Southern secessionists, is what links the Republican Party to its past.
Antifascists and others on the Left like to believe they have been struggling against the same Right for almost 100 years. But there is little evidence for this assumption.
It's difficult to see how the Middle Ages produced a better political regime than the supposedly defective work of the American founders.
The current administration represents both the woke Left and partisan Democratic interests. But what will happen if the present leftist coalition comes apart?
Why does Michael Anton believe Brion McClanahan or anyone else writing for Chronicles is helping the Left by rejecting the positions of the 1776 Commission?
New enemies may be as pernicious as old ones without being the same. It might be best to focus on those who reflexively align with the Left rather than worry about persistent Marxism.
Some commentators have grievously misrepresented the situation of how we reached this pass.
How does this affluent beneficiary of woke capitalists represent Marxism?
Let’s stop pretending that those who repeatedly vote for truly destructive governments are just victims yearning to become “the people.”
The Democrats seem to have taken their cues from earlier totalitarians in the way they have built bridges to the world’s thug population.
Violence is enhancing the power of those who can use it with total impunity.
The opposition has not fought back effectively. It has not been resourceful or relentless enough and has even failed to exercise those limited powers at its disposal to keep the enemy in check.
Contemporary antifascists don’t care much about Hitler’s tyranny, except as an image that can be applied to those whom they want to bully.
Americans have enough going for them as a country to overcome this prolonged bout of postmodern insanity.
If the populist or any other Right hopes to dig itself out of its present hole, then it should stop worrying about ticking off the town bully.
Striking “moderate” poses in the present political climate is like trying to be a pacifist on a battlefield. Republicans need more backbone—like the Democrats.
Partisan polls have become an instrument in the Left’s toolbox in the United States and in Europe. They're used more to push action than to inform it.
“White nationalist” and “white supremacist” serve the same function in our denatured republic as “running dog of capitalism” did in Maoist China or “parasitic capitalist” did in the Third Reich.
Conservatives in Congress should treat the Biden-Harris Administration exactly the way the Democrats treated Trump’s presidency, by totally dissociating themselves from any of its actions.
Bipartisanship is now a country-club Republican illusion, although one that Democrats periodically trot out when they want the Romneys, Murakowskis, Toomeys, etc. to vote with them.