The Attack on Pearl Harbor Was Not Unprovoked
December 7, 2016

British MEP Daniel Hannan is probably one of the greatest proponents of liberty in Europe, but he has a bad habit of sometimes putting forward a romantic notion of Western history. On the anniversary of the Japanese attack of Pearl Harbor Hannan tweeted out that the attack was unprovoked by the U.S. When you declare […]

It Wasn’t Necessary to Nuke Japan
August 6, 2016

Too many people are under the delusion that the atomic bombings of Japan, a war crime perpetrated against innocent civilians in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, were necessary to force Japan to surrender at the end of World War II, otherwise the United States would have had to invade Japan at the cost of hundreds of thousands […]

The New York Times’s new tactic for trying to undermine Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, apparently, is to continually compare him to that champion of statists everywhere, Abraham Lincoln. In an op-ed, David Brooks writes: Donald Trump is epically unprepared to be president. He has no realistic policies, no advisers, no capacity to learn. His vast […]

Racism was the Least of Woodrow Wilson’s Crimes
November 27, 2015

The historical record has seemingly finally caught up to Woodrow Wilson as students at Princeton demand that the university remove his name from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. They’re doing so to protest his racism and the policies of segregation that he enacted while president that did so much to harm […]