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What is Socialism?

By The Editor

It’s time for a “what is socialism” page here at Dispatches. Can you believe that we have to teach people this? Talk about a failure in the information war on the part of Republicans,…

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Identity Politics and Paraphilias

By John Biver

“Identity politics” is about to get very messy — and very confusing — even as it becomes increasingly comical. Some of our best thinkers are addressing the topic, and there are many ways to…

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Trump: Ready to Lead in First Hundred Days

By The Editor

Many people (like me) agree with Conrad Black here writing at National Review about Trump’s first hundred days: He will be a transformative president. The post-electoral media buzz over the president-elect is surrealistic, in…

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Michelle Bachmann on ‘The Cost of Liberty’

By John Biver

Former Minnesota U.S. Representative Michele Bachmann is a staunch pro-life and pro-family advocate, as well as a self-proclaimed “Constitutional Conservative.” When Representative Bachmann delivered the keynote address at this fall’s Illinois Family Institute banquet,…

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Featured Articles

By The Editor

A Clash of Orthodoxies Peonage for the Twenty-First Century The War We Are In Our Sure Victory On Human Sexuality, Conservative Victory is Inevitable Counterinsurgency: An Operations Manual for Conservatives

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Featured Pages

By The Editor

The full list… Recommended Websites John Biver’s Dispatches on the 2016 Campaign Socialism, Bernie Sanders, Venezuela, and The Failure of Third-Way Socialism Left and Right Differences – A 5-Part Video Series Dispatches University John…

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A Call to Action: Run for Office

By John Biver

Editor’s note: The filing period has passed for individuals interested in getting on the 2016 primary election ballot. However, the call for new candidates never ends, since 2017 will see municipal and other local…

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