President Trump’s Twitter feed remains a source of mainstream media consternation and of nervous fretting from weak-sister Republicans bent on returning to the days of Republicans taking the court as the Washington Generals. But if Trump really wants to drive the Left crazy—and, let’s be honest, we hope he does—then there are any number of
Michael Anton takes questions from reporters in the West Wing. The Huffington Post on Thursday published a story by foreign affairs reporter Jessica Schulberg highlighting the work of Michael Anton, also known as Publius Decius Mus. Headlined “Trump Aide Derided Islam, Immigration And Diversity, Embraced An Anti-Semitic Past,” Schulberg’s story examines Anton’s older
Regular readers of American Greatness know that among the names on our masthead is Publius Decius Mus. "Decius," as he is generally known around here, has been a contributing editor at AG and has worked with us since we conceived the idea, early last spring, of reviving a place for sharing the kinds of arguments he and his compatriots
President Trump on Wednesday announced several executive actions that would defund the United Nations, bolster Department of Homeland Security resources to detain illegal aliens, and—most importantly—begin the promised construction of the wall along the southern U.S. border. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich on Tuesday hinted at what was coming, telling an audience it would be
American Greatness and, more generally, new means of promoting the Greatness Agenda are generating quite a bit of media attention this week. And there is more to come in the weeks ahead. In addition to all of that, Managing Editor Ben Boychuk, joined 710KNUS host, Matt Dunn, earlier this week to discuss the rise of the Greatness
The January 9, 2017 edition of The New Yorker features a story titled "Intellectuals for Trump," which highlights the work of Publius Decius Mus and American Greatness. Here's a short excerpt: The most cogent argument for electing Donald Trump was made not by Trump, or by his campaign, but by a writer who, unlike Trump,
We come bearing gifts of book recommendations for your holiday break and for making America great again! Darren Beattie Martin Ford's book, Rise of the Robots: Technology and the Threat of a Jobless Future, is unsettling, and unsettling in just the right way for anyone who is serious about Making America Great Again.
The election is over. The transition is underway. Barring an extraordinary turn of events between now and January 20, Donald J. Trump will be the 45th president of the United States. Mission accomplished? Crisis averted? Republic saved? No, no, and emphatically no. A single election changes nothing. We have a lot of work to do.
"To admit foreigners indiscriminately to the rights of citizens, the moment they put foot in our country... would be nothing less, than to admit the Grecian Horse into the Citadel of our Liberty and Sovereignty." —Alexander Hamilton Alexander Hamilton, writing as "Lucius Crassus" in the New York Evening Post on January 12, 1802,
In the wake of Donald Trump's victory in the presidential contest of 2016, there are far too many postmortems seeking to explain the question, "How did this happen?" Though many of us at American Greatness were pleasantly surprised by the extent of Trump's victory, we always understood how it would come, if it came. So