Populations long ignored as economically and politically “peripheral” are suddenly roaring with resentment across the West, and French writer Christophe Guilluy has their number, says contributor Bill Moloney
Daniel Webster the champion of Union, John Calhoun the firebrand Southerner, and Henry Clay the Great Compromiser, together personifying America’s antebellum struggle with itself, come to life in a new triple biography, rejoices contributor Bill Moloney.
A pending bill to opt Colorado out of the Electoral College would cede the choice of future presidents to a few big cities where Alinsky rules and “free stuff” prevail, warns contributor Gary Greeno.
The political turmoil besetting Merkel in Germany, Macron in France, May in the UK, and Trump in the US has a common denominator, says contributor Bill Moloney. Voters don’t like the old “new” global order.
James Hutchinson Andrews, my younger brother and lifelong best friend, died this week at 72. What a void he leaves in my heart.