Immigration: A Complicated Past, A Complicated Present

Slavery isn’t just for people of color anymore; in fact, it never was. It was 1771. An ad in the Virginia Gazette, dated April 2, reads, “The ship...
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Let Them Eat Cake

The Inevitable Is Upon Us Once or twice upon a time, the warrior monks rode out of their citadels of learning to assess the world, talk to the...
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Ending the War on Drugs is a Must

Promoting freedom will recruit more followers. History teaches that Libertarians, when discussing the legalization of a dangerous drug such as heroin, will be tossed into the category of...
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The Post-Modern Meat Locker, From the Desk of an Alt-Right Woman, Part I

How the feminist left makes what is good and right about sex – all wrong. The biggest lie I have ever been told is that sex is not...
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We No Longer Acknowledge a Shared Reality

This is the big idea that Charisse L’pree, Assistant Professor of Communications at Syracuse University, brings to the table in discussing the culture war- and it’s worth taking...
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The Reactionary Spectrum: Passion and Politics

Like all Instinctive Passions, patriotism drives men to temporary efforts rather than sustained endeavors.—Alexis De Tocqueville Throughout the course of the last few months, particularly during the recent...
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Constitutional Republic On The Edge of Extinction

We are rushing headlong toward a constitutional crisis. The clash can best be understood by comparing the comment of former Associate Justice, Charles Evans Hughes, “We are under...
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Open Letter to President Trump

Presidents’ Day 2017 President Donald J. Trump, I write you this Presidents’ Day as a concerned citizen. I voted for you on Election Day, and while I have...
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The Authoritarian Foundations of the Presidential Office

The age of kings is past because the peoples are no longer worthy of them. – Friedrich Nietzsche I. Introduction Giovanni Gentile, ghostwriting for Benito Mussolini in The...
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The Constitutional Role of Judges in the Common Law System

“The accumulation of all powers, legislative, executive, and judiciary, in the same hands, whether of one, a few, or many, and whether hereditary, self-appointed, or elective, may justly...
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