Author Archives: Jonathan Coppage

About Jonathan Coppage

Jonathan Coppage is TAC's associate editor. He recently obtained a BA in Political Science from North Carolina State University, and previously attended the University of Chicago, where he studied in the Fundamentals: Issues and Texts great books concentration. Jonathan previously interned at The New Atlantis: A Journal of Technology and Society, and participated in the 2012 Hertog Political Studies Program. Jon can be followed on Twitter @JonCoppage, or reached by e-mail at jcoppage@theamericanconservative.com.

Hawks Call for Cuts to Israel Military Aid

As Israel ramps up its ground invasion and bombing campaign against Gaza, …

Labor Union Brings Community Bookstore to Heel

Sex isn’t the only thing that will get New York City’s liberals …

The Conservatism of New Urbanism

Traditional neighborhoods foster traditional culture, and shouldn’t be abandoned to the left.

Can Main Street Poach Talent From Wall Street?

James Fallows of The Atlantic has been touring the United States with his …

Hobby Lobby Has Won, But Have We?

Hobby Lobby has won. The big box craft store’s lawsuit challenging the …

Americans Aren’t Politically Polarized—They’re Sorted

Two weeks ago, the Pew Research Center released a sprawling report on …

Tech Can’t Escape Geography After All

Are conservatives doomed to forever miss out on the booming innovations of …

Live Blog and Open Thread: The New Internationalism

Note: The conference is now over. Check back again soon for a …

Reform Conservatism Needs Place

Strengthening neighborhoods and civil society should be a key policy priority.

When Automation Comes for the Professional Class

Last week Michael Strain composed a compelling summary of many of the …

What Does Donald Sterling’s Dementia Mean for the Outrage Machine?

Donald Sterling’s story speaks to our partiality for hasty public shaming.

As Detroit Prepares for Clear-Cutting, Signs of Hope

Yesterday an Obama administration-convened task force released what the New York Times called …

The Tricky Politics of Fighting Crony Capitalism

The conservative fight against crony capitalism received a boost last Tuesday, when …

Why Sprawl Goes Broke, but Cities Rebound

Suburban sprawl often comes under criticism for a variety of aesthetic, environmental, …

Transit Gives Millennials an Off-Ramp From Cars

For generations of young Americans, a driver’s license stood as the ticket …

GOP Establishment Bats .500 in North Carolina

North Carolina was in the cross-hairs of public attention last night for …

Private-Sector Privacy at Loose Ends

When Edward Snowden broke open the secretive vaults of the National Security …

Killing the School Bus With Density

Over at Atlantic Cities, Sarah Goodyear flags a video about the Cleveland …

How Culture Wars Hijack Science Discussions

Questions about evolution and climate change measure identity, not knowledge.

Antibiotic Knowledge Is More Important Than the Big Bang

Yesterday, the Atlantic‘s Alexis Madrigal wrote up a new AP poll confirming a …

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