Sohrab Ahmari, AmericanConservative

Sohrab Ahmari


New York, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Sohrab:

Hunter Biden's Laptop Is Still Real

The New York Post's reporting has been confirmed by liberal outlets long after the 2020 election. → Read More

Remember What the Democrats Did

Voters are unlikely to forget that the party in power has masked and indoctrinated their children while pushing radical ideology. → Read More

Whatever Happened to the Antiwar Left?

Now, as we face the prospect of new global conflict, it is everyone else's turn to say “Not In Our Name.” → Read More

Iran's Empty Uprising

Iran's liberal opposition must be able to answer a basic question: who would you have rule us? → Read More

The Ruins of the Covid Regime

Our cities are still littered with relics of pandemic tyranny, and the effects of such reminders will be lasting. → Read More

Iraqi Turmoil and American Folly

The unrest in the wake of Muqtada al-Sadr's resignation reminds us of the limits of American intervention. → Read More

Stumbling Toward War On Two Fronts

Biden's apparent abandonment of strategic ambiguity is just the latest indication our establishment can only overreach. → Read More

Bitcoin and the Rule of the Material

Whether as quietist retreat or gnostic withdrawal, the political allure of cryptocurrencies doesn't seem to stand up to the hard forces of reality. → Read More

Seeds of Destruction

Will Americans continue to permit an order that treats certain forms of lawlessness as untouchable, even praiseworthy? → Read More

Confessions of a Conspiracy Theorist

In its effort to discredit Tucker Carlson, the New York Times has managed to find conspiracy theories everywhere. → Read More

Le Pen's Lessons for Americans

The French candidate's loss reminds us that liberalism is resilient, charisma is indispensable, and class and culture matter. → Read More

Why Hawks Fear the Restraint Coalition

Is acknowledging inconvenient realities, like Ukraine's globally recognized corruption, now a pro-Putin act? → Read More

Can Elon Musk Save Free Speech Online?

There is a power structure in this country, and that power structure has become supremely adept at seeing off potential challengers. → Read More

The Bush-Biden Doctrine

Much as Biden is a feebler man compared to Bush, so America in 2022 is feebler than the one that set out to remake Iraq and Afghanistan. → Read More

Who's Against the West?

Liberal commentators read too much into Western populists' unwillingness to wage war with Vladimir Putin's Russia. → Read More

How Not to Think About Ukraine

As Russia wages war on its neighbor, Western observers fall into familiar patterns of thought, with potentially disastrous results. → Read More

The Nazis Globalist Liberals Prefer to Ignore

Trans-Atlantic liberals elide, excuse, and obfuscate the presence of neo-Nazis among their champs in places like Ukraine and Hungary. → Read More

No, Eric Adams Won’t Save New York

The party’s metropolitan base is committed to ideological insanities it won’t abandon, even when they threaten Dems’ hold on national power. → Read More

The Post-Liberals’ Fight for the Weekend

Can any other issue unite the core constituencies of the new right quite like Sabbath restoration? → Read More

Just Stop Listening

The "democracy" machine incessantly whirrs, but in 2022 you must pay it no heed. → Read More