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.

The Presidency Is No Place For An Apprentice

Trump’s temperamental unfitness could do more to discredit his purported issues than to advance them – whether he wins or loses.

Kirchick’s Coup Fantasies

With liberal democrats like these, who needs authoritarians?

No Respect At All

Trump’s not Richard Nixon – he’s Rodney Dangerfield

RBG Earns Her Vaunted Notoriety

Her comments about Trump were not only wildly inappropriate – they were an obvious mistake.

Self-Evidence versus the Will to Believe

Thoughts on the Declaration and the “American creed.”

A Class Is Not the Same As a Tribe

And a more genuinely cosmopolitan elite would still require organized opposition.

The Consent of the Governed

Accept no substitute.

Boris Johnson Would Prefer Not To

The dog that caught the car just got run over.

Brexit and the Wailing of the Anglo-American Commentariat

Are they suffering a crisis of faith? Or merely the loss of relevance?

Could a Brexit Help Fix Europe?

It might be just the shock the system needs.

My Take on Orlando

I hope the tragedy is hijacked for some worthwhile reform, but most worthwhile reforms would not have prevented it.

Trump v. Curiel

Trump defames a judge to preserve his image as a winner.

Is Demography Electoral Destiny?

Kevin Drum channels Steve Sailer.

Trumpism Beyond Trump

Seeking alternatives to the deluge.

My Advice To Hillary: Embrace Your Inner Tammy Wynette

You stood by your man. Trump’s trying to make that a liability. But it’s really your best asset.

Four Reasons Hillary Clinton Is So Unpopular

It’s not because she works too hard.

Can Anti-Discrimination Be More Discriminating?

Not without grappling with the strongest, oldest cases, rather than the weakest and newest.

Mansplaining Politics to Hillary Clinton

Somebody’s got to do it.

What Would a Viable Third-Party Look Like in 2016?

Like nothing Bill Kristol would support, that much is certain.

What David Samuels Wants: Better Readers

I will try to oblige.

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