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It isn’t conservative populists who need to do the soul searching in the wake of Trump’s defeat. It is the libertarians who need to decide what they want to do when they grow up.
Joe Biden should be reinforcing the Abraham Accords. He should be extending Trump’s successful security policies and diplomacy instead of sabotaging them.
Demand reforms, and wait until those reforms are carried out before you give them another dime.
What the impeachment-loving Democrats don’t understand is that their own actions started this giant ball of anger rolling.
Hating Donald Trump in the hater’s eyes makes one moral. But in the real world, such pathological fixations usually result in abject immorality and moral decline.
America is currently experiencing a new formulation of the divine right of kings that takes the form of tyrannical suppression of freedom and speech. What can we learn from Lincoln to stop it?
Unfortunately, like so many fake news stories about Donald Trump and his supporters, millions of Americans believe the Sicknick story as truth; even a Times’ correction won’t change their minds.
Our conservative friends are free to dislike Donald Trump’s policy answers. But they need to recognize the very real reasons why Trump became a political phenomenon in the first place.
Popular conservative thinkers warn of the dangers of class warfare and everything-is-political thinking. But they can’t advise a subordinate class how to climb out of a pit.
Contemporary conservatism has, in fact, facilitated the corporate consolidation of the economy by entities that are actively hostile to the small businesses they hold up as props.
The pandemonium at the Capitol was not the cause but merely the pretext for the unprecedented second impeachment by the U.S. Congress of a single individual.
These neglected African American authors bring diversity, enrichment, and, above all, perspective.
If American subjects all work together to eliminate our internal enemies, we can transform the nation in ways that previous generations would never have imagined possible.
Nothing that has happened since January 6 has lowered the temperature inside the pressure cooker of American politics.
The predictable response by the neoliberal establishment to the January 6 riot is akin to seeking relief for hypertension by taking pills that raise one’s blood pressure.
Conservatives proclaim the supremacy of self-interest, of anti-social, atomizing individualism even as it facilitates the consolidation of control over our lives by a collective of managerial elites.
The NSA concentrates on collecting information on ordinary citizens because they are the low hanging fruit, while the real enemies of the U.S. are much harder to protect against and to catch.
Yes, invoking Nazi Germany and the Holocaust is one of those things that polite people don’t do, but the analogy holds up well in this case.