Author Archives: Matt Purple
Nicholas Kristof wonders if Trump is our first president with autocratic tendencies. Where has he been for the past 15 years?
Revolutions don’t die with their figureheads. Bannon’s radicalism has found a resonance it’s unlikely to lose.
Trump’s response to protests should be one of cautious restraint. And no, the nuclear deal hasn’t been discredited.
From South America to the EU, left-wing parties are in a state of crisis. Will next year only continue the damage?
As lawlessness reigns, those who pushed us into toppling Gaddafi are due for a reckoning.
Change to our sexual ethic is needed. But what if we end up losing more than we gain?
His personality has opened a strange fissure in the GOP.
Why are we compelled to choose sides, immediately, on everything?
Repeal the Second Amendment? We know how this movie ends.
Madrid can’t seem to answer that question and Spain is now on the brink.
The government should remain open next week, but who knows where we are headed next?Newer posts →
from The American Conservative