Articles by Theodore Roosevelt Malloch

The Populist Case for Favoring Small and Medium Enterprises

orty-odd years ago, a kindly German economist living in Britain named E.F. Schumacher delivered a sanguine argument in his telling book, Small is Beautiful. The book’s equally weighty subtitle was: “Economics as if People Mattered.” It was ranked as among the 100 most influential books written since World War II by the Times Literary Supplement. […]

Do You Have Sluggish Schizophrenia?

On a recent CNN “news” panel, one of the mad zealots adamantly opposed to all things Donald Trump suggested that the president’s supporters and stalwarts must have something called, “sluggish schizophrenia.” You may not be familiar with that term since it was never used outside the former Soviet Union. Now it is one thing to […]

The ‘Exile Chic’ of Leftist P.C. Evangelicals

With the obscure and departing editor of Christianity Today calling for the removal of President Trump in a vile and hateful, uneducated and partisan fashion this week, it proved that there are some (thankfully few) left-wing evangelicals for whom political correctness trumps biblical literacy. I don’t consider myself an exile, but I do consider myself […]

Trump Saves NATO

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization turns 70 this year. NATO is an old man looking for a mission and befuddled by the fact that only nine of its 29 member states pay their agreed dues—up from five last year, thanks to President Trump’s pestering. Not that he gets any credit for it. Nevertheless, that is […]

The Mug Behind the Globalists (and Anti-Trumpism)

A “dark money” group that received millions from George Soros’s advocacy network is the source of a seven-figure ad blitz urging vulnerable Republicans in swing districts to support the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. In the battle royale between patriots and globalists, between Trump and his myriad of adversaries that my co-author Felipe Cuello […]

Postmodern Revolution and Ukraine

Since the 2010 earthquake in Haiti birthed a “Republic of NGOs”—in government, this is a much-vaunted case study by international humanitarians—the postmodern revolutionary’s quiver found a new arrow with which to fight power. The “civil society organization,” direct descendants of Gene Sharp’s OTPOR movement in Yugoslavia, has been the organizing method of choice for the […]

Trump’s Economic Warfare

Economic warfare is defined as “the use of, or the threat to use, economic means against a country in order to weaken its economy and thereby reduce its political and military power.” Such nonmilitary, yet essentially warlike activity includes the use of economic means to compel a given adversary to alter its policies or behavior […]