Author Archives: James Jeffrey
They have a side of the story too and it isn’t nearly as monolithic as it’s often made to seem.
Our writer headed there and found the asylum story much more complicated–and less hopeful–than he had imagined.
We should, all of us, feel some pride at being a member of this audacious, death-defying human tribe.
Our writer returns to his native country only to find Britain in worse shape than America.
A veteran reflects on dealing with rage after deployment and why he feels sympathy for incels.
It was about social responsibility, not material acquisition, and losing sight of it has cost us greatly.
Both are ruthlessly efficient yet far from effective at winning hearts and minds in the long term.
In his travels through the Mideast and Africa, our writer found mostly peaceful Muslims, kind to a fault and proud of their religion.
Ensnared by the disposable trash of the enslaved society, we’ve forgotten how to walk.
They set out to rebel. They ended up conforming to the same consumer-oriented diversions as everyone else.
Ethiopia is a success story. But hatred of its native Tigrayans is causing some to think nervously of Rwanda.
As Northam-gate showed, when reporters are driven by Twitter-fueled partisanship, the results can be good and bad.
And other relief organizations too. In places like eastern Africa, they come off as listless and are widely disliked.
As America shifts away from the war on terror, Ethiopia is looking to the Gulf to fill our void.
The clergy are one of the only credible institutions left in that war-torn country.
Decades of tensions between Ethiopia and Eritrea may finally be abating, thanks in small part to strong words from the U.S.
from The American Conservative