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Activists Appropriate Holiday Spirit for Political Purposes

by Boris Zelkin

The bottom line for all these “celebrations” [like Earth Day] is this: They’re not holidays. They’re annual political rallies.

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Bill O’Reilly and the Great Pile On

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Last Chance for France

Rabelais|April 22nd, 2017|1 Comment

Cue the Balloon Pop on Dem Hopes for 2018

Sean Noble|April 20th, 2017|10 Comments

If over the past few weeks your only source of news was CNN or MSNBC, you might think that

Trump Can and Should Troll the Media on Sanctuary Cities

Jay Carnahan|April 19th, 2017|7 Comments

After Attorney General Jeff Sessions made a valiant speech this past week in Nogales, Arizona affirming that the U.S.

Draining the Academic Swamp

Michael S. Kochin|April 19th, 2017|7 Comments

Civil rights historian Abigail Thernstrom once spoke of the American campus as “an island of repression in a sea

Fundamentalist Nihilism

Victor Davis Hanson|April 18th, 2017|45 Comments

At some point, progressivism begins to collapse by the weight of its own internal contradictions and becomes faith-based. Future

Hillary’s Self-Sabotaged Destiny

Pamela Lange|April 18th, 2017|18 Comments

Hillary Clinton is going to publish a book. It will consist of essays based on quotes that she has

Get Smart: “Fundamental Transformation” Demands Chaos

D Hawthorne|April 18th, 2017|19 Comments

It's the chaos, stupid. Nothing more clearly marked the intended mission of Barack Obama’s presidency than his own words,

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The Supreme Court Plays Fast and Loose with the Eighth Amendment

Edward J. Erler|March 30th, 2017|13 Comments

Tuesday’s Supreme Court ruling represents another victory for Progressive liberalism’s “post-constitutionalism.” The case, Moore v. Texas, affirmed prior holdings that mentally

Is Immigration Still the Operative Term?

Rabelais|March 27th, 2017|29 Comments

  We’ve been asked by Democrats and some Republicans to live with massive waves of immigration. But at some point immigration

Sorry, Feminists—the Patriarchy Wins Again

Pamela Lange|March 27th, 2017|13 Comments

Pity the poor feminist. Yes, really! Her movement has been in the vanguard of Democrat party politics for close to two

The Art of the Possible in an Age of Recrimination

Roger Kimball|March 26th, 2017|65 Comments

As Otto von Bismarck several times had occasion to observe, “Politics is the art of the possible.” On at least one

Americanism vs. Marxism-Lennonism

Robert Curry|March 25th, 2017|67 Comments

I have a friend who is a retired public school teacher. She is very likeable and in some areas an independent

What’s In a Doctrine?

Brandon J. Weichert|March 25th, 2017|4 Comments

The Claremont Institute sponsored an event in Washington, D.C. a couple of weeks ago called “Conservatism in the Trump Era.” There,

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