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Victor Davis Hanson on World War II

I occasionally pinch hit as a guest host of The Federalist Radio Hour. Yesterday, I was called on to do an interview with historian Victor Davis Hanson about his new book, The Second World Wars: How the First Global Conflict Was Fought and Won. It was a very interesting and enlightening 45 minutes, discussing the […]

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Special Fund-Raising Drive

In the latest installment of my series on Atlas Shrugged, I quote a right-leaning writer who describes his encounter with Atlas Shrugged and gets a lot of the big issues wrong. This is an increasingly common phenomenon—that writers on both sides, but especially on the right, are grappling with Ayn Rand’s novels and ideas; and […]

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Politics Is Interesting

Annual Report from The Tracinski Letter Last year, I published the first annual report for The Tracinski Letter, looking back at what the newsletter had accomplished over the previous year and setting out plans for the new year. 2012 was a year of big transitions for the logistics of the newsletter, with a new name […]

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The Tracinski Letter Returns

I want to apologize for being absent from The Tracinski Letter for the past six weeks, aside from a brief and mysterious announcement several weeks ago about a special project I was working on but couldn’t announce yet. Now I can announce it. I put The Tracinski Letter on hold when I was asked to […]

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TIA Daily Is Now The Tracinski Letter

In light of my new, expanded work for RealClearPolitics, particularly my daily RCP newsletter, I promised a fuller explanation of how this all will fit in with my own newsletter, TIA Daily. Everything I talk about below will take some time to implement. Some parts will be ready in a week or two, others will […]

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