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The Resurgence of Sovereignty

What we are witnessing in American politics today is a debate over national identity and sovereignty that has building for over twenty years. In 2004, during President George W. Bush’s ...

Yes, Deficits Do Matter…Under a Republican President

In 2003, during the Bush Administration’s efforts to pass a second round of tax cuts, Vice-President Dick Cheney famously said that “Reagan proved that deficits don’t ...

The American Brexit is Official: Perspective on the Inauguration of Donald Trump

Donald Trump was destined to become the 45th President of the United States last June when Britons voted to exit the European Union. Progressive global elites were stunned that voters ...

The Right Way to Bring Business Back Across the Border

It has been conservative orthodoxy for decades that free trade enriches nations and improves standards of living. Ever since Adam Smith published The Wealth of Nations in 1776, it has ...

The Rex vs. Rubio: The Fight for the Future of American Foreign Policy

The toughest cabinet confirmation for the incoming Trump Administration was always going to be former Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson as Secretary of State. That Tillerson’s confirmation ...

To Tweet or Not to Tweet, ‘Tis the Question

Ever since Donald Trump entered the GOP presidential primary back in the summer of 2015, political leaders in both parties and the media have debated his use of Twitter to spread his ...

This Isn’t a Democracy, and It Never Has Been

There should be a civics course required for all members of the United States Congress before they take office. The prospect of a sitting senator not knowing what form of government ...

Why the Electoral College Still Counts

If you had asked most Hollywood liberal elites several months ago what the Electoral College was they would have asked you if it had a good theatre program. Now, many singers, actors, ...

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