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The Inherent Tension

Top Stories of the Year: #2 I ended the last item in my countdown of the top stories of the year by observing the irony that a non-ideological figure like Donald Trump could trigger a broad ideological transformation of the entire American conservative movement. Perhaps this is because those who are seeking to promote that […]

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Brexit Won the Popular Vote But Lost in the Electoral College

The past few decades of a Europe that is prosperous, and (largely) at peace, joined together by links of trade and political cooperation, has been a great achievement and a profound addition to the well-being of humanity. But the European Union used that as an excuse to push for an overly centralized, intrusive, and unaccountable […]

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An Era of Moral Crisis

Five Things You Need to Read Today 1. A Serious Foreign Policy and an Unserious President President Trump celebrated the 18th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks a few days early this year by announcing that he had planned to hold personal negotiations with the top leadership of the Taliban–and to do so at […]

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Demography and Destiny

Five Things You Need to Read Today 1. The Death Wish of the “Liberals,” Part 1 After I published my follow-up on Charlottesville, Dave Marcus posted a piece in The Federalist on the tiny little white nationalist rally in Washington, DC, which was outnumbered at least five-to-one by the media and probably two-hundred-to-one by counter-protesters. […]

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The Era of Male Guilt

So a team of scientists landed a space probe on the surface of a comet for the very first time ever, and that’s not really news. What’s news is that one of the guys who did it was wearing a tacky shirt. No, really. Heather Wilhelm has a good overview of the ensuing imbroglio, dubbed […]

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