Author Archives: Philip Jenkins
As the British government fumbles and a hard border looms, the specter of violence has risen once again.
Their response to the 2016 referendum has been deplorable to the point of unforgivable.
When leftist radicals had no restraints, they got Mao
American universities rely on public ignorance of accreditation.
The hostile critique of the 1952 “Duck and Cover” film missed the mark.
When a state is destroyed, we have little idea what will grow from its ruins.
That’s a new book from MIT Press. No, really.
It’s not that he did no wrong. It’s that conditions weren’t right for the public to care.
A new film celebrates individual heroism, but a larger narrative of national struggle is being lost.
There were some anti-Semites in the original movement. But the movement was not about anti-Semitism.
It’s hardly an unusual tactic for intelligence agencies.
The Electoral College is one way the Founders sought to implement them.
Sometimes the monsters are real.
If the Electoral College goes rogue and selects Hillary Clinton, expect the worst.
That’s not what it means for America to become majority-minority.
Everything ultimately depends on the availability of victims and the priority that society places on them.
Officials de-Islamize those who attack us.
What gun laws can’t prevent.
As a nation dependent on trade, Britain is foolish to leave the EU.
Violent opposition to Trump is alarming.← Older posts
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