Author Archives: Paul Gottfried
We all care about American culture. But forcing people to speak our language isn’t the way to preserve it.
Ten years ago, “Doubt” went against type and delivered a study in subtlety and nuance that left this writer pleasantly guessing.
What they advocate isn’t a foreign policy; it’s an ideological fixation.
The idea that Bolton will help Trump beat back official Washington is absurd.
His American exceptionalism and anti-Putinism have left him in an awkward position.
That position has often been linked to the left, while protectionism has just as often been associated with the right.
The late evangelist’s mission to ‘save’ everyone allowed him to transcend partisan politics and draw widespread support.
Students may not be interested in their college studies, but they can’t survive without them.
Our moment has come and gone, despite Bill Kristol’s attempt to resurrect us as convenient bugaboos.
Media elites decide what “we as a people” should or shouldn’t be. Who asked you?
Evangelicals and neoconservatives certainly want us to think it is.
Forget Trump—Goldberg, Prager, and D’Souza muddle facts to sell books all the time.
A proud Ron Paul voter explains why the battle against the state is all but lost.
Conservative think tank considers Lockheed fixture for its next president.
However Israel came to be it wasn’t because of a 67-word letter during WWI.
The Washington Free Beacon: No ordinary ‘Republican ally.’
What does “spurious nationalism” really mean?
Never-Trumper pokes at Roy Moore’s conservatism. Here’s what he gets wrong.
Beware of those who claim to speak for today’s populist audience.
All red meat and no substance makes for a vapid messenger.← Older posts
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