Author Archives: Jack Hunter
In 1994 the triangulation president tried to be more law-and-order than the GOP, and ended up damaging untold lives.
The logic behind the surge in American political violence is scary—and could strike anywhere.
He was beaten by a Trump acolyte in his primary and his seat promptly went blue. There’s a lesson there.
Forget the hawks who coddled the Saudis and now rattle sabers. The best medicine is cultural change.
Once an innovator on this issue, he’s descended into authoritarian fearmongering.
A State Department report makes the grim reality clear. Yet interventionists don’t want to change a thing.
Dennis Prager’s double standard is everything that’s wrong with how we think about justice.
Rand Paul and Lindsey Graham are battling for the president’s ear—and Paul seems to be winning.
The idea that the president and Tucker Carlson are bigots because they referenced South Africa’s new land seizure policy is nonsense.
Democrats, certain in their accusations of guilt, sound a lot like Republicans in 2002.
A new report suggests the Kentucky senator is singlehandedly preventing war with Iran.
And like his father, the senator found himself on the wrong end of the media mob this week.
Pointing out partisan hypocrisy on both sides is more than just whataboutism.
They whine about political tribalism under Trump but it never bothered them under Bush.
The Atlantic’s (now former) writer says the GOP has become “Sean Hannity’s party,” but he misses something fundamental.
What the liberal writer doesn’t understand about the philosophy he’s analyzing.
The conservative magazine deserves credit for admitting they were wrong about this authoritarian tactic.
But there are dueling narratives about what Roy Moore’s loss means.
Politically progressive, but he kept a traditionalist streak.
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