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September/October 2019

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Front Lines

The Transgender Moment, Nicole Russell

Could Nixon Go to China Today?, Ted Galen Carpenter

Two Futures, William S. Lind


Warriors for Peace

America’s Latest Mideast Crisis, Patrick J. Buchanan

Kill the Ump?, Bill Kauffman

If God is a Woman, Does the Devil Wear Prada?, Aram Bakshian Jr.


Matt Gaetz’s Washington, Curt Mills


Nationalism and its Discontents, W. James Antle III

The Cause for Architecture, Roger Scruton

Stabbed in the Back, Gil Barndollar

Monopoly Medicine, Jonathan Tepper

The Last WASP in Primetime, Philip Jeffrey

Why I Am Not a Green, Chilton Williamson

Painting Over Washington, William Murchison

Arts & Letters

Jonathan Askonas, (The Age of Surveillance Capitalism: The Fight for a Human Future at the New Frontier of Power, Shoshana Zuboff ; The Great Convergence: Information Technology and the New Globalization, by Richard Baldwin)

Macdonald’s Barbeque, John Shelton Reed

Robert Verbruggen, (Upheaval: Turning Points for Nations in Crisis, Jared Diamond)

Michael Hendrix, (Strong Towns: A Bottom-Up Revolution to Rebuild American Prosperity, Charles Marohn)

Jeffrey Meyers, (The Ministry of Youth: The Biography of George Orwell’s 1984, by Dorian Lynskey; Liberty, Equality, and Humbug, by David Dwan ; Becoming George Orwell: Life and Letters, Legend and Legacy, by John Rodden)


Britain Says Yes to Brexit—Again

It’s been a rough morning for the British left, following the general election on Thursday. Boris…
Bill Wirtz December 13, 2019

China’s Dangerous Chokehold on Our Medicines

The U.S. doesn’t depend on China for 80 percent of the oil needed to fuel our…
Rosemary Gibson December 13, 2019

Paul Volcker: The Man Who Helped Reagan Save the Economy

It is fitting that the nation should note with respect and appreciation the manifold achievements of…
Robert W. Merry December 13, 2019

The Long, Hot, Violent Summer of ’96

For most Americans, the year 1996 might have been as memorable as any. Bill Clinton won…
Edward D. Chang December 12, 2019

Why Did the Saudis Kill U.S. Sailors While Three Others Filmed It?

The U.S. military is training Saudi Arabian pilots here in States, who later leave to slaughter…
Doug Bandow December 12, 2019

Roger Stone, Well-Tailored Visionary

The overdressed and over-exposed political operative Roger Stone, vocal Trump backer and future guest of the…
Will Collins December 12, 2019