Author Archives: Robert W. Merry
One writer for the neoconservative magazine says globalism’s losers are outnumbered, and now it’s time to “overwhelm” them.
The British are coming—with a fresh take on American politics and policy.
From McKinley to Reagan, Donald Trump has plenty of precedent if he’s looking for it.
Savage thinks he’s been vindicated by the Democratic rebuttal to the Nunes memo. He hasn’t.
U.S.-Russian hostility is now inevitable, and the results could be tragic.
He took on New Jersey’s Clifford Case and forever changed the way Reagan conservatives talked about the economy.
Remember when reporters spent their time digging for answers rather than advancing their favored political narratives?
Trump’s first State of the Union was neither Republican or Democrat, fresh on immigration and disturbing on foreign policy.
Mass immigration, guilt and a continent on the brink of ‘societal catastrophe.’
The president’s personal limitations have kept him from being a great leader, leaving his supporters the most vulnerable.
Will the GOP’s legislative victory result in another boom?
So how did such a dangerous document emerge from the White House?
There’s no counterweight to Kushner, Neocons or other hawks in White House.
Apparently what happened in 1986 stays in 1986.
Muammar Qaddafi learned the hard way how the U.S. reneges on deals.
His “universal nation” idea has gotten us into trouble before.
Rubbing out history—even ‘metaphorically’—won’t help us understand it.
He could be saving ‘Dreamers,’ and building his wall, too.
Longtime contrarian continues to be a fly in the establishment’s ointment.
He risks having no base from which to build, no prospect for governance.← Older posts
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