Author Archives: Scott McConnell
About Scott McConnell
Scott McConnell is a founding editor of TAC
The main job of Ebola “tsar” Ron Klain should be to save the White House from its own political tone-deafness.
Neither ISIS nor any of America’s fair-weather allies are worth the price of the U.S.’s deepening regional commitments.
The Washington consensus so prizes the free flow of people that it won’t even stop flights from West Africa.
Netanyahu tries a terrorist bait and switch, like the one that worked against Saddam.
Why Americans are still in the dark over the 9/11 Commission’s view of the Saudis.
Justice for Palestine divides Republicans but unites Pope Francis, Mideast bishops, and mainline Protestants.
The politics of mass immigration sacrifice the security of the working class for the comfort of the elite.
On hawkish autopilot, America’s leaders ignore the obvious off-ramp to the escalating Ukraine crisis.
Confronting the new Islamic State requires reevaluating old alliances and enemies.
Though Congress and the president are out of town, the final weeks …
It’s time once again to bring out the well-worn quote (from Marx) …
In her much-parsed interview with Jeffrey Goldberg, Hillary Clinton reveals that she believes nothing …
Israel’s latest war brought its increasingly fascist politics before a global audience.
Those to whom evil is done/Do evil in return “States are cruel …
The two crises are distinct, but there is only one American government …
Conservatives didn’t always have a party line on the Jewish State.
Twelve steps from the collapse of Kerry’s peace talks to the carnage in Gaza
All things being equal, I should be fan of Yuval Levin. I …
Pat Buchanan documents the ’68 campaign with detail and nuance.
Liberal Protestantism still has enough punch to make divestment matter.← Older posts Newer posts →
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