Must the government sanction our relationships?
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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.
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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.
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Obama will hand the new administration an unprecedented amount of presidential prerogatives.
Despite his working-class base, he toes the traditional Republican line.
Brent Bozell, an architect of the conservative movement, ended up trusting an order no man could impose.
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In these ideas, there is a window for healing the country.
Without a healthy culture, people are not natural Marxists but natural couch potatoes.
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We are entering a completely different policy universe than we expected.
John Bolton for secretary of state?