Author Archives: James P. Pinkerton
About James P. Pinkerton
James P. Pinkerton is a contributor to the Fox News Channel and a regular panelist on the Fox “News Watch” show, the highest-rated media-critique show on television. He is a former columnist for Newsday, and is the editor of SeriousMedicineStrategy.org. He has written for publications ranging from The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, USA Today, National Review, The New Republic, Foreign Affairs, Fortune, The Huffington Post, and The Jerusalem Post. He is the author of What Comes Next: The End of Big Government--and the New Paradigm Ahead (Hyperion: 1995). He worked in the White House domestic policy offices of Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush and in the 1980, 1984, 1988 and 1992 presidential campaigns. In 2008 he served as a senior adviser to the Mike Huckabee for President Campaign. Married to the former Elizabeth Dial, he is a graduate of Stanford University.
A new kind of Republican, he talks more about despair and the elites than taxes and Reagan.
His Green approach indicates a level of seriousness, whereas she seems resigned to marginalization.
The Army brings back its ‘pinks and greens’ uniform, but it will take more than nostalgia to revive this era.
If the Left keeps pushing too hard, they could damage themselves politically.
If they no longer have faith in the digital empire they’ve created, who will?
Sooner or later, they’ll need to distance themselves from the radicalism of Ilhan Omar.
It might be that today’s young “snowflakes” are the obvious products of a lifetime immersion in digitalism.
Mark Zuckerberg now says Big Government needs to regulate social media speech and norms. Why now?
Why? Because humans have a natural need to believe in conspiracy theories that are convenient for them.
From court-packing to Weimar Monetary Theory, their new ideas feel distinctly retro.
An ethical and humane case for artificially producing body parts.
Their coalitions are co-existing uneasily—which could mean a shift and even a third-party challenger.
The president takes a stand against anti-LGBT foreign governments and progressives balk.
What if the U.S. and UK were opposed by much of Eurasia? Halford MacKinder foresaw it and we may be heading toward it.
Our leafy friends suck carbon out of the atmosphere–and can win bipartisan support.
After years of fighting over Obamacare, both parties are taking a closer look at actually curing diseases.
Richard Ojeda fused progressive ideas with heartland values. Can that combination stay alive in politics?
Hence his rhetoric on immigration. He surely remembers that his Church has been strongest when nationalism is weakest.
Her anti-war candidacy, and Democrats’ growing hawkishness, show that the winds are blowing in a new direction.
Neoliberal globalists are looking like the well-fed, soft and sheeplike characters in H.G. Wells’ ‘Time Machine.’ This can’t last.← Older posts
from The American Conservative