The Koch-Soros Quincy Project: A Train Wreck of Neocon and ‘Humanitarian’ Interventionists

The Koch-Soros Quincy Project: A Train Wreck of Neocon and 'Humanitarian' Interventionists

Daniel McAdams, Ron Paul Institute, Those hoping the non-interventionist cause would be given some real muscle if a couple of oligarchs who’ve made fortunes from global interventionism team up and pump millions into Washington think tanks will be sorely disappointed by the train wreck that is the Koch/Soros alliance. The result thus far has not been a tectonic

Is America on the brink of a third secession?

Is America on the brink of a third secession?

F.H. Buckley , American has gone through two breakups in its history. Given our divisions, perhaps we’re on the cusp of a third secession. The first, in 1776, was entirely successful. The second, in 1861, was not, though it did lead to the abolition of slavery. What the third would look like is the subject of “American Secession,” my

The Deep State Wins Again at the DOJ

The Deep State Wins Again at the DOJ

Jeff Crouere, This week was dominated by the questions regarding the sentencing of political operative Roger Stone. Last January, he was subjected to a pre-dawn raid by federal officials carrying assault rifles. Somehow, CNN was informed about the raid and their cameras captured the dramatic footage of agents entering his home and arresting Stone. The

AOC calls for ‘turnout machine’ as 12 Dem rivals eye her House seat

AOC calls for ‘turnout machine’ as 12 Dem rivals eye her House seat

Despite her massive national media presence, it appears U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., isn’t taking reelection for granted. At a Saturday kickoff event in her bid for a second term, the far-left freshman congresswoman told supporters she wanted to see voter turnout in New York’s 14th Congressional District increase by “four times” over her previous run in 2018. No fewer than 12 Democrats have filed

Nevada voters consider electability of Democrats

Nevada voters consider electability of Democrats

The Latest on the 2020 presidential campaign (all times local): 4:15 p.m. Paul Kiser is among the Nevadans who had the candidates’ electability on their minds when they cast their early ballots Saturday ahead of the Feb. 22 presidential caucus. The 62-year-old retiree from Reno says he settled on Pete Buttigieg because he’s progressive but