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Scott McConnell is a founding editor of TAC
An important convention highlights the changing character of French conservatism—and France itself.
Experts know that eventually, minorities will outnumber whites in the U.S. and Europe. So how do we talk about it?
The populist roar from forgotten France has been drowned out by provocateurs and the hard Left.
They’re having children and defending their culture without apology. The West could learn a thing or two.
Recent unrest there now threatens France, with possibly another migration wave on the way.
They aren’t cowards and they aren’t snowflakes. But they are traitors.
The Gilets Jaunes emerged as a populist movement from the middle class. Then they were co-opted by the wrong people.
The European Union’s critics may soon win real power.
Just as they resisted communism, so too are they leading the charge against the radical open-borders project.
The rich philosophe is trying to save the continent from Euroskeptics. But his scholarship is sloppy and his politics inconsistent.
It circumvented the usual cries of “racism” and made the issue impossible for elites to ignore.
Under pressure from protesters and with his presidency hanging in the balance, France’s leader considers the unthinkable.
They have been liberated by their ethnic backgrounds to speak more candidly than the vast majority of their countrymen.
Its shuttering is a loss. But the awful costs of the foreign policy it advocated shouldn’t be forgotten.
The anti-tax protesters are being replaced by something closer to Antifa. What ultimately will emerge from all this?
Hillary Clinton’s and John Kerry’s comments about Europe suggest they’re finally waking up.
Mass protests pit the French working class against the left-wing elites who forgot them.
It’s in Europe’s elite that we find the spirit of appeasement that once enabled fascists and communists.
The immigration crisis has pitted Europeans against their elites, and the stakes couldn’t be higher.
Her refugee blunder changed the European continent in irreversible ways for decades to come.← Older posts
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