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Recent articles by George:

The military officers aiding Trump’s stunt have been promoted to the level of their incompetence

Sometimes it does seem that history is not one damn thing after another, it is the same damn thing over and over. → Read More

No one should want four more years of this taste of ashes

With Trump, there is no such thing as rock bottom. So, assume the worst is yet to come. → Read More

A disturbing draft opinion is an attempt to exclude conservatives from the legal debate

The opinion, regarding codes of conduct for judges, seems tailored to injure the Federalist Society. → Read More

Will the Supreme Court rectify its qualified immunity mistake?

Qualified immunity shields state officials from liability, even when they violate people’s constitutional rights. → Read More

No president is immune from prosecution. The court has a chance to prove it.

The Republican Party has changed its principles since the Clinton years — specifically to suit Trump. → Read More

The ‘1619 Project’ is filled with slovenliness and ideological ax-grinding

What the New York Times’s “1619 Project” missed. → Read More

A menace more durable than a virus

China, like Russia today and the Soviet Union before it, is a crude political menace to Europe’s free societies. → Read More

Only one of these candidates is actually able to stand up to China

Joe Biden has an opportunity to show Trump what a policy of national strength looks like. → Read More

Congress’s power is in its purse. And Trump has snatched it.

The nation’s second-most important court will decide whether Congress has any serious role in U.S. governance. → Read More

Two cases that could help ‘recage the executive lion’

If both cases are decided correctly, the vitality of Congress will be enhanced and the pretensions of presidents will be chastened. → Read More

What we lost when we stopped binge reading

Something vital to democratic culture is waning. → Read More

How not to hold an election during a pandemic

Wisconsin Republicans, who know their candidates, clearly think they fare better when fewer people vote. → Read More

Joe Biden’s quarantine reading assignment

The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee should inoculate himself against post-pandemic skepticism about globalization. → Read More

It’s anchors aweigh for tomorrow’s Marines

The Marines’ 38th commandant aims to demolish decades of thinking about the corps’ function. → Read More

Crises and the collectivist temptation

Not all recoils against individualism are progressive, but progressivism always encourages such recoils. → Read More

A second pandemic: Virus opportunism

We can’t lose sight of the real costs of an enlarged government. → Read More

The false bipartisan narrative on the economy

A new book is an inoculation against politically motivated pessimism about American capitalism. → Read More

Nikki Haley picks a worthy fight with anti-capitalist Republicans

Some conspicuous Republicans are promoting “hyphenated capitalism.” → Read More

Sensible Americans might be saved from dismay in November

The Democratic Party has not lasted this long because it fecklessly allows its presidential nomination to be grasped by a shabby candidate. → Read More

A judicial rebuke for a heedless Congress?

The court should hold that the CFPB’s structure regarding its director is unconstitutional. → Read More