Author Archives: Marjorie Romeyn-Sanabria

About Marjorie Romeyn-Sanabria

Marjorie Romeyn-Sanabria is an editorial assistant at The American Conservative. She is a native of New York City and a graduate of Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut. Her work has appeared on PolicyMic, The Daily Caller, and Hip Hop Republican. Follow her on Twitter at Follow @marjorieromeyn

A Journal of Poetry and Place

New Trad aims to revive an ancient poetic tradition for the modern ear.

Error Has No Commencement Speakers

This spring, left-leaning college students across the country are stepping up their …

What Imagination and Kindness Bring to Community

One of the recurring themes at The American Conservative is an emphasis …

Twitter Is Alive and Well

Despite The Atlantic’s elegy for Twitter last week, the real-time social network simply …

Women Should “Branch Out,” Not “Lean In”

There has been much discussion of late of the obstacles women face …

America’s Not an Oligarchy—Yet

A new study released over the weekend sparked a miniature firestorm on …

Don Draper Returns for One Last Shot at Salvation

Will Dick Whitman be able to save his persona’s soul?

Discrimination Is a Distraction from Real Wage Gap Causes

The White House of late has been peddling the claim that women …

Comcast Swallows Time Warner, With Democrats for Dessert

Comcast’s blockbuster acquisition of Time Warner Cable for a cool $45 billion …

What Would Tocqueville Say About #CancelColbert?

Suey Park, a 23-year-old self-professed activist known on Twitter for the hashtag …

New York’s Segregated Schools Need New Answers

Friday’s Bloomberg article confirmed a longtime suspicion about New York public schools: …

Huawei Builds China’s Own Internet “Home-Field Advantage”

Last weekend, the New York Times and Der Spiegel reported that the NSA has been …

Taiwan’s Protests Could Mean Trouble With China

Taiwan, the semi-autonomous nation not known for making waves, is erupting over …

CIA-Senate Feud Risks Partisan Impasse

Senator Dianne Feinstein, chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee, forged a reputation …

China and India Offer Russia Tepid Support

As coverage of the standoff between Russia and Ukraine continues and debate …

We Know Obamacare Is Not At All Like Slavery

The most well-received remarks at this year’s CPAC were indubitably Rand Paul’s, …

CPAC Panels Pack More Punch Than Speeches

Day two of CPAC was livelier than the first, perhaps auguring the …

Closing the Gap Between Politics and Policy at CPAC

Yesterday afternoon, a panel of conservative policy luminaries shared their ideas and …

Obamacare Gets Teed Up at CPAC

“Off with Obamacare’s head!” Such was the battle cry at the first …

Kunming Knife Attacks Point to Prolonged Ethnic Conflict

Chaos erupted on Saturday afternoon at a Kunming railway station, in the …

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