Author Archives: Paul Gottfried
Outside the Beltway he is still beloved. Candidates should heed this before swiping at his legacy to get at Biden.
If it is, it’s certainly not in decline. Just don’t expect it to hew to any of the early ideas or principles.
Because it’s so different from its European variants, the Left and even the neocons have claimed it as their own.
The old S-word bugaboo has surfaced again but the real threat comes from globalism and social progressivism.
Republicans’ shopworn lines about how minorities get snookered by crooked leaders clearly don’t work.
Just another neoconservative attempt to smear Germans and Russians with the taint of authoritarianism.
A mainstream polemic shows how far some will go to justify Israel’s grip on the Palestinians—if not their outright removal.
Contra conventional wisdom, nationalist movements are having a hard time accessing real power.
Just last week he was flogging his own toxic masculinity and raising the fist of solidarity with women.
New book correctly diagnoses how non-elected agencies are running the country, but falls short on how it got this way.
Kevin Williamson rants about the Sanders he prefers to see and not the one who really exists.
It’s going to take more than policy gimmicks to compete with the growing allure of victimology.
20 years later, her decision to compromise morality by breaking bread with a murderer still intrigues.
Not exactly like a fine wine, but for different reasons, says this conservative scholar.
Most Americans don’t care about a border wall and politics lurches ever leftward.
They might have good ideas but to win they need to stop denying the obvious.
A recent study concludes that liberal Western powers suppress speech more than their “illiberal” neighbors.
They claim they’ve merely inherited a tradition from the 1930s Left. Here’s why that’s wrong.
He’s a religious faith that no one is allowed to question without forfeiting membership in Western civilization.
America’s left is at war with the past in a way that even the 20th century’s communist regimes never matched.← Older posts
from The American Conservative