Bradley Devlin, AmericanConservative

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Past articles by Bradley:

Good Trouble: A Sitdown with Marjorie Taylor Greene

“I was told, ‘Marjorie, when you get to D.C., they are going to come down on you. It’s going to be like hot fire raining down on you.’ I remember being told that and I was like, what does that mean? Then I found out.” → Read More

National Conservatism’s Ecumenical Gamble

National Conservatism is all-in on ecumenical Christianity. Will the play pay off? → Read More

Corporate America's Abortion Radicalism

Eli Lilly’s willingness to throw away almost 150 years of history, and replace or force large swaths of their workforce to move in the name of making sure women can kill their unborn child in the womb is a testament to the corporate sector’s left-wing radicalism. → Read More

The Lessons Of The Zawahiri Strike

Don't trust the Taliban. Trust their interests. → Read More

The Regime Wants Its Revenge

What's the meaning of the Mar-a-Lago raid? → Read More

The Purpose Of Sharing Your January 6 Trauma

Over a year and a half later, why do journalists continue to share their purported trauma from January 6? → Read More

Keep Finland And Sweden Out of NATO

The last thing America needs is more security dependents in Europe. → Read More

Growing Number Of Democrats Look To Abort The Filibuster

Like their pro-choice forebears in 1973, Democrats’ response to this leak from the Supreme Court is to push for the upheaval of yet another American institution of government. → Read More

The Media's Ulterior Motives For Labeling Putin A Conspiracy Theorist

It isn’t meant to make Putin look any worse. → Read More

Republicans Abandon Trump's Trade Policy

Senate Republicans are poor custodians of the 'America First' agenda they claim to stand for. → Read More

It Takes A Village - The American Conservative

How a small town mayor has led Hungary’s effort to help Ukrainian refugees. → Read More

How Ukraine Gains From the Afghan War

The U.S. will send Russian-made helicopters purchased for the defunct Afghan government to Ukraine, perpetuating American overseas entanglement. → Read More

What Comes Next For Hungary?

Fidesz just won its biggest majority ever, but what does the party plan to do with it? I sat down with Balázs Orbán to find out. → Read More

An Election Day Dispatch from Budapest

On the ground from Budapest for the Hungarian elections. → Read More

Biden To Prioritize Journalists, LGBT People Among Ukrainian Refugees

Biden's plan to bring in 100,000 Ukrainians repeats the mistakes made in the aftermath of the U.S. withdrawal of Afghanistan. → Read More

Did Blinken 'Green-Light' World War III?

With the prospect of the U.S. helping provide jets to Ukraine, this war could go from hot to radioactive if we don't tread carefully. → Read More

At Least They're Saying No To No-Fly Zones

A U.S.-imposed no-fly zone over Ukraine would likely put us on the brink of nuclear war. → Read More

Right Again, Unfortunately, On Russia

Paleocons were right about endless wars in the Middle East, right about the dangers of a rising China and have been proven right again. → Read More

Narrowing Options in the Ukraine Crisis

Russia’s recognition of the separatist republics likely means that reinvigorating Minsk II is no longer on the table. → Read More

The Metaverse's Hero Syndrome

Meta pitches itself as the savior of working class American's through an animatronic dog in their Super Bowl ad. → Read More