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.
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.
Has Shakespeare conquered so thoroughly in the four centuries since his death in part because he did so little to promote his own work?
Not so different from the way we lived then, or ever.
If we see ourselves in heroes, perhaps we’ll see heroes in ourselves.
Now you’re going to put out the fire by smothering the voters who lit it?
Don’t put a fork in ’em yet.
A question about Amoris Laetitia for Alan Jacobs and Ross Douthat.
Not another horse race post!
Can he do the same with Kasich’s moderates?
A serious “economic nationalism” should focus on American workers’ productivity, not just American companies’ profitability.
A party that has lost its voters can’t win them back by ignoring them.
He’s strangely eager to define his candidacy in terms of his own insecurities.
Anti-interventionists would have opposed much of Eisenhower’s foreign policy – but that doesn’t mean he wasn’t better than Truman or Kennedy.← Older posts Newer posts →
from The American Conservative