Author Archives: W. James Antle III
About W. James Antle III
W. James Antle III, editor, comes to TAC after managing a stable of reporters as Politics Editor at the Washington Examiner. A former senior writer at TAC, Antle also previously served as managing editor of the Daily Caller, editor of the Daily Caller News Foundation, and associate editor of the American Spectator. He is the author of Devouring Freedom: Can Big Government Ever Be Stopped? Antle has appeared on Fox News, CNN, MSNBC and NPR, among other outlets, and has written for a wide variety of publications, including the Wall Street Journal, Politico, the Week, the Los Angeles Times, the Boston Globe, the Daily Beast, the Guardian, Reason, the Spectator of London, The National Interest and National Review Online. He also serves as a senior adviser to Defense Priorities.
The same conventional Republicans who sidetracked the president on immigration are at it again on foreign policy.
The Democratic Party may be marching leftward too quickly even for him.
The president failed on the wall because he did not pursue a populist agenda while Republicans controlled Congress.
The late antiwar conservative congressman showed what might have been for the post-Bush GOP.
The highlight of Trump’s State of the Union was declaring victory and going home.
The Senate has toothlessly disapproved of his troop withdrawals. At the State of the Union, he should respond.
He doesn’t stand a chance, yet they’re flushed with rage against him. Why?
Trump is demanding the wall, but other reforms matter more.
He will work with the TAC team to ensure our cultural coverage remains strong…and ‘Prufrock’ is back!
The president is starting to take risks to keep his anti-establishment campaign promises. But is it too late?
Voters are primed for country, border, and sovereignty—and this president is listening.
What the departing House speaker left undone raises real questions for future fiscal conservatives.
And he may prevail in the shutdown fight. Still, the wall isn’t getting built and there’s hardly a consensus for reform.
He was the right leader for the end stages of the Cold War, but wrong for the challenges that came after.
Democrats run as the antiwar party and govern as anything but. Yemen is an opportunity to make it right.
The crisis at the border sets up a pitched battle between President Trump and the new Democratic House.
In a rush to stand with the Saudis after the Khashoggi killing, the president whitewashes a war.
An African American stopped a shooting only to be killed by police. This is the next big test for gun rights activists.
When loyalty to a man trumps support for a platform.
The president’s instincts prevailed, but what has he done for the rest of his party?← Older posts Newer posts →
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