Scott McConnell

Scott McConnell is a founding editor of TAC

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Marion Maréchal’s Populism is the Future of the French Right

An important convention highlights the changing character of French conservatism—and France itself.
Scott McConnell October 3, 2019

Is Demography Destiny?

Experts know that eventually, minorities will outnumber whites in the U.S. and Europe. So how do we talk about it?
Scott McConnell May 7, 2019

How Emmanuel Macron Outlasted The Yellow Vests

The populist roar from forgotten France has been drowned out by provocateurs and the hard Left.
Scott McConnell March 22, 2019

Two Cheers for Israel

They're having children and defending their culture without apology. The West could learn a thing or two.
Scott McConnell March 15, 2019

Algeria: The Iceberg That Could Sink Emmanuel Macron

Recent unrest there now threatens France, with possibly another migration wave on the way.
Scott McConnell March 8, 2019

Willing ISIS Brides Should Be Tried for Treason

They aren’t cowards and they aren’t snowflakes. But they are traitors.
Scott McConnell March 1, 2019

How an Anti-Semitic Attack Marked the End of the Yellow Vests

The Gilets Jaunes emerged as a populist movement from the middle class. Then they were co-opted by the wrong people.
Scott McConnell February 19, 2019

The Stakes for Nationalists in This Year’s European Elections

The European Union's critics may soon win real power.
Scott McConnell February 14, 2019