Author Archives: Scott McConnell
About Scott McConnell
Scott McConnell is a founding editor of TAC
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.
He’s been a consistent voice for limited government, liberty, and thoughtful conservatism since 2003.
Reihan Salam’s latest book makes the case for an overhaul along Trumpian lines.
One of our founders on how GOP-led regime change across Middle East birthed this influential conservative ‘countercultural’ magazine.
As America divides and controversy over mass immigration mounts, did his “Rivers of Blood” speech get it right?
Was the apoplectic media watching the same press conference?
Boycott support would dry up if Israel embraced a two-state solution
France does need a successful patriotic right in order to survive, and the forces to create one do exist.
Macron seems genuinely to not have a nationalist bone in his body.
The circumstance that gave her a media platform and an instant political base is now a weight around her ankles.
Will pro-communist voters rush out and give a large landslide to a former Rothschild investment banker?
If you just came in from a foreign country and looked at the news, you might think she could beat Macron.
He is a genuine man of mystery.
The first poll shows Macron beating Le Pen 62–38. I’m pretty sure she’ll do better than that.
The French magazine believes in sovereign states with borders.
The new intellectualism of cultural anxiety
Her ideal France wants simply to be able to be itself.
He is an appealing candidate in many ways and would be more so under different circumstances.← Older posts
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