Super Bowl Lessons for the Right, Part II: Don’t Look to the Candidate, Look to Yourself


In both politics and football, the collective team effort typically matters more than individual performances.

Guy Sorman: Bad Ideas Never Die – City Journal


French public intellectuals have a reputation—well-deserved—for being socialists, Marxists, or Trotskyists. One thinks in this regard of popular figures like Jean-Paul Sartre, Pierre Bourdieu, Jacques Derrida, and Simone de Beauvoir, all with fan clubs on American campuses. Some French thinkers, however, have carried forward another intellectual tradition, that of classical liberalism—pro-democracy and pro-market—and running from […]

The Black Caucus War Against Obama – by Dick Morris


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The height of hubris: the left-wing of the Democratic party thinks it can afford to fight itself.