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How the Duke of Marlborough Inspired Winston Churchill to Greatness

In his prosecution of the Second World War, the British Bulldog looked to his ancestor, the hero of the War of Spanish Succession. Continue Reading....

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A Response to Corey Robin: Conservatism Isn’t about Preserving Privilege

In The Reactionary Mind, he fails to consider the influence of classical liberalism on the Right. Continue Reading....

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Pope Francis, Foster Care, and the Peripheries

When it comes to helping children, we need addition, not subtraction. Continue Reading....

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The Tribe’s Useful Idiots

Useful idiots take an event and remove all the facts that don’t fit their desired final product. Continue Reading....

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Judicial Nominations Update

This week brought another new record with the confirmation of the 21st circuit court judge since Inauguration Day. Continue Reading....

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What Am I Getting Wrong?

Not about my views, we all know how completely wrong they are, but about my ability – during the final days of NR’s 2018 Spring… Continue Reading....

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Episode 41: Fear and Loathing in Los Angeles

Live from Ben Shapiro’s L.A. lair. Continue Reading....

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When ‘Animals’ Is Attacked

I wrote about the latest dust-up. Continue Reading....

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‘Do Something’: Cuomo Pens Open Letter to Trump after School Shooting

Cuomo has been aggressive in pushing for stricter gun-control laws in New York state. Continue Reading....

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Poll: Half Of America Is Happy About Sports Betting Ruling

According to the results of a poll released on Friday, half of Americans favor legalizing sports betting across the United States. Continue Reading....

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