Across the West, once-powerful socialist parties are hemorrhaging voters as the working class looks elsewhere for shelter from the harsh winds of globalization, a trend Bernie Sanders can’t wish away, 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.
What’s to become of America? Two lifelong friends, one conservative and the other liberal, seek common ground for healing in a divided land ahead of the midterms.
My eventful life has been woven of four strands — politics, education, media, and ministry — but the kids say it all boils down to typewriting and stapling. A chapter from our upcoming brothers’ memoir, “Downstream,” co-authored with Jim Andrews.
Responsibility is the price of freedom, warned John Andrews in a speech at Western Conservative Summit 2018, urging conferees to launch a grassroots responsibility movement, Element R.