Do Republican Voters Want More War?

The Media’s favorite candidates who want more war are not doing well in the polls, but outsiders who are far less militaristic are leading. Justin Raimondo has written in defense of the American Right, but the editor of is not really a conservative politically or ethically. Still, his analysis of the Republican debate on CNN presents interesting evidence of what the voters care about. He writes, Both Trump and Carson – the two frontrunners, mind you – are straying from neoconservative Read more […]

We Need to Remember John Adams When We Analyze Ferguson Commentary

Unlike many Christian conservatives, I think Justin Raimondo is a national treasure despite his flaws. But sometimes he says things that seem disturbing and wrong. His last column leads off with an instance of this: The facts surrounding the murder of Michael Brown, an 18-year-old resident of Ferguson, Missouri, gunned down by Darren Wilson, a Ferguson police officer, are not entirely known – but enough is known that it’s quite justified to characterize it as cold-blooded murder. Thanks to Brown’s Read more […]

Dare We Hope the Eric Cantor Defeat Was About the NSA & the Forever War?

So far the main media narrative for the wonderful destruction of Eric Cantor’s time in political office, and the victory of Dave Brat has been nativism. Brat hates immigration reform (if not immigrants, as far as many in the media are concerned) and Cantor was a champion for it. Of course, that only works if Cantor was going to comfortably win until the very last days of the race when that issue came up. Under that theory, a boatload of Cantor-supporters suddenly switched sides at the last minute. Many Read more […]