Nationalism

Did Benjamin Netanyahu Just Panic?

Is Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu pushing the panic button over the collapse of the Saudi-Israeli jihadist proxies in Syria and now threatening to launch a major air war...?

Pat Buchanan Asks "Can The GOP's Shotgun Marriage Be Saved?"

What seems apparent is that the historic opportunity the party had in January, to forge a coalition of conservatives and populists who might find common ground on immigration, trade, border security, spending, culture and foreign policy, is slipping away.

This Is What Americans Think Civil War 2.0 Would Look Like

Our country has reached a point of such division that it’s hard to imagine how we could once again become united. The division in America has become so dramatic over the past year that many people can only foresee it heading one place: Civil War.

Mike Rowe Eviscerates "Smug" Snowflake Who Calls Him A "White Nationalist"

If you ever plan to attack Mike Rowe over Facebook then you better bring more than just a few "smug and snarky" comments to the table because anything less than a well-sourced, reasoned, fact-based argument might just earn you the same public humiliation that Rowe just dropped on Chuck Atkins.

Paul Brodsky: "Sorry, It Had To Be Said"

"Mr. Trump’s "Being There" presidency is reflecting an inconvenient truth back on a society that has, until maybe now, successfully deluded itself into believing government is functionally the glue holding society together..."

Is Trump's Agenda Being Eclipsed?

"War is the health of the state, but the death of empires... The German, Austro-Hungarian, Russian and Ottoman empires all fell in World War I. World War II ended the Japanese and Italian empires — with the British and French following soon after. The Soviet Empire collapsed in 1989. Afghanistan delivered the coup de grace... Is it now the turn of the Americans?"

What Would A U.S. Civil War Look Like?

"Yes, there is a civil war looming in the United States...But it will not look like the orderly pattern of descent which characterized the conflict of 1861-65. It will appear more like the Yugoslavia break-up, or the Russian and Chinese civil wars of the 20th Century... It will appear as an evolving chaos."

The Future Of The Third World

"...the hope among people in the World Bank, the IMF, and other armchair intellectuals was that once the correct incentives were in place and institutions were organized, these structures imposed from on high would put the third world on a path to perpetual growth. They couldn’t have been more wrong..."