Thomas Main’s new book The Rise of Illiberalism explores the philosophical underpinnings of this toxic political ideology and documents its rise.
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In the interest of democratic strength and security, a strong and fiercely democratic nation called Europe should be welcomed with open arms.
In today’s interlinked world, stability in Europe can mean more stability at home in Africa and make the world a better place for us all.
Elite political power can be broken down. Bringing about that institutional change is hard though. It requires broad awareness in the population.
I am proud to announce a collection I have put together to highlight some of my favorite artistic creations about dictators, monarchs and tyrants.
If the crisis in democracy had a capital, it would be Los Angeles. And if democracy is going to be saved, that rescue needs to start in California.
From time to time, it is nice to get to know some of the DC Authors who make our website a place of fresh ideas. Today, we meet author Steve Schneider.
Our guest this week says news deserts, misinformation, and information silos are all downstream from a much more fundamental disconnect.
Florida voters who died from Covid-19 were lifelong Republicans who consistently voted in primaries and general elections before the virus killed them.
Reinstating shoring-up and prosecuting violators of the obliterated Fairness Doctrine is the first step for resurrecting our great country.