Why do his biographers seek to soften the man?
Trump’s staff picks reveal an interesting mix of priorities.
A movie about a haunted Ouija board has surprising depth—until it falls apart.
A new study says white cops aren’t more likely to shoot black suspects.
Legendary test pilot Chuck Myers fought for smart defense spending.
The American Conservative announces Robert W. Merry as its new editor.
How a Swedish businessman with no diplomatic experience saved 100,000 from deportation to Auschwitz.
Trump loves to do it, but American generals have forgotten how.
If the Electoral College goes rogue and selects Hillary Clinton, expect the worst.
If it does, we still shouldn’t restrict it, apparently.
It has nothing whatsoever to do with racist nationalism.
Blame the media, not Moscow.
Must the government sanction our relationships?
What happens after it’s “too late” and we’re still here?
If Washington elites can’t understand their own heartland, they shouldn’t play armed puppet-master over an entire region of the world.
Featuring keynote speaker Jim Webb and discussions on the next administration and Russia.
We’re looking for a part-time office manager for our DC office.
For five generations, Americans have been told that we’re “good guys” picked to wage war against “bad guys.”
The Gray Lady’s reaction to Trump’s election borders on parody.