Author Archives: Hunter DeRensis
It’s a true national holiday, not a sop to the diversity crowd, and it’s worth celebrating.
Collective amnesia has given rise to another generation of humanitarian interventionists and liberal internationalists.
In our cancel culture, comics like Shane Gillis who push the envelope and don’t virtue signal have become suspect.
As ‘Mad Dog’ looks back on his legacy, not everyone agrees that his tenure was a profile in courage.
He’s a refreshing contrast to a mainstream media corrupted by sound bites and entertainment.
Michael Malice takes a Hunter S. Thompson-esque journey to the parameters of acceptable conservatism.
In Pennsylvania’s declining heartland, a small city is focusing on quality of life.
Has the conservative movement become so intellectually bankrupt that it’s incapable of responding to literal socialism?
Dems hoped for a smoking gun but what we got was uncorroborated evidence from a convicted perjurer.
The Texas senator’s new look is undermined by an inconvenient truth: he’s still an unreconstructed hawk.
Progressives are pathetically trying to spin their embarrassment and surprise, turn it around on Republicans.
For a brief moment in 1914, the guns went silent and the men risked court martial to play soccer, smoke and sing—with the other side.
West Virginia Democrat Richard Ojeda offers a class-based brand of labor politics sprung right out of America’s heartland.
Better to bring the troops home on our terms than wait for a debt crisis to do it for us.
Airships were initially considered safer and more capable than airplanes. It wasn’t just the Hindenburg that changed all that.
The Donald has the best shot at nuclear disarmament of any president over the last 20 years.
Intense hostility, threats of a massacre—George Mason University’s cultural left went around the bend as never before.
from The American Conservative