Author Archives: Noah Millman
About Noah Millman
Noah Millman, senior editor, is an opinion journalist, critic, screenwriter, and filmmaker who joined The American Conservative in 2012. Prior to joining TAC, he was a regular blogger at The American Scene. Millman’s work has also appeared in The New York Times Book Review, The Week, Politico, First Things, Commentary, and on The Economist’s online blogs. He lives in Brooklyn.
I hope the tragedy is hijacked for some worthwhile reform, but most worthwhile reforms would not have prevented it.
Trump defames a judge to preserve his image as a winner.
Kevin Drum channels Steve Sailer.
Seeking alternatives to the deluge.
You stood by your man. Trump’s trying to make that a liability. But it’s really your best asset.
It’s not because she works too hard.
Not without grappling with the strongest, oldest cases, rather than the weakest and newest.
Somebody’s got to do it.
Like nothing Bill Kristol would support, that much is certain.
I will try to oblige.
David Samuels shares his profile subject’s cynicism about the foreign policy establishment.
Am I a pusillanimous pussyfooter? You be the judge.
They sure will try.
Playing around with my favorite new general election toy.
Silly season isn’t over until . . . oh, heck; it’s never over.
It takes just one step: vote for Hillary Clinton.
As he tries to be more “Presidential,” the substance of Trump’s foreign policy gets less distinctive.
At least I’m giving you something new to talk about.
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