Category Archives: The American Conservative
The GOP think tank has been promoting the same land mines and robot machine guns made by one of its multimillion dollar benefactors.
The post Pay for Play? Heritage’s Cozy Ties With Korean Weapons Maker Raises Concerns appeared first on The American Conservative.
The dwindling band of NeverTrumpers fondly imagines that Republicans will snap back to the former party of beautiful losers when Trump departs the scene. We’re the people with ideas, they say, and we have ownership rights over Republican thinking. But they’re merely a rag-tag bunch of neocons, libertarian purists, prissy mugwumps, and party apparatchiks who […]
Local governments have lost their motivation to legislate, welcome to a new era of Anti-Federalism.
The post The Shirking Pandemic: Everyone is Passing the Buck appeared first on The American Conservative.
A slap on the wrist for a politically connected criminal is old news in D.C.
The post Roger Stone’s Deal Is Chickenfeed Compared to Petraeus and Berger appeared first on The American Conservative.
Here’s what our writers and editors are reading this week.
The post TAC Bookshelf: Searching for That Old Stephen King Magic appeared first on The American Conservative.
How can we continue to tell other nations what to do when our own democracy is suffering from mediocrity and decay?
The post Democracy Promotion Abroad, Complete and Utter Breakdown at Home appeared first on The American Conservative.