Information War

Venezuela: Propaganda Networks

By The Editor

This news story about Venezuela and propaganda — covered in some depth on this page on this website — doesn’t nearly get the coverage it deserves. Here is John Stossel: Why does American journalist Abby…

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Fake neutrality in politics

By The Editor

And when will conservatives wake up to this fake neutrality and do something about it? Here is E.M. Cadwaladr: Pulling up American Thinker on my phone the other day, Google offered the search suggestion: “American Thinker Conservative.”…

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A Honeymoon of Hand-to-Hand Combat

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Here is Conrad Black writing about Trump’s non-existent “honeymoon” — it was a honeymoon of hand-to-hand combat! First is an introductory note from the National Review Editors: The following is an excerpt adapted from…

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Trump and the Two Americas

By The Editor

Here is Bruce Thornton writing about the “two Americas” (with just one sentence bolded for emphasis): Why the anti-Trumpers just can’t give credit to the president for his successes. Nearly a year-and-a-half into Donald…

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America The Weird

By The Editor

Here is a 1300-word history lesson for Americans about our “weird” country from Victor Davis Hanson: On first glance, America does not seem that exceptional. Like China and Russia, it is a superpower. And, also…

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How Americans Got Hoodwinked

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Here is an interesting article (“Hoodwinked”) by Anthony J. DeBlasi: “It gives us a very special, secret pleasure to see how unaware the people around us are of what is really happening to them.”…

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If Only Hillary Had Won . . .

By The Editor

Here is Victor Davis Hanson listing what would’ve happened with a Hillary victory: Leakers and lawbreakers rewarded with Clinton-administration jobs — and the American public none the wiser about deep-state corruption. There are lots…

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Why Illinois Needs a Spending Cap

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Here are Orphe Divounguy, Bryce Hill, and Joe Tabor writing about a needed spending cap that few Illinoisans are aware of due to the conservative movement’s failure in the information war: Illinois is in…

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