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Author: Ryan P. Williams

discourse

Algorithms of Suppression

Update: Google’s Acting Director of Political and Stakeholder Outreach got in touch with the Claremont Institute to notify us that the labeling of The American Mind as a “racially oriented publication” was a mistake. Our re-marketing ad campaign to americanmind.org readers for our annual dinner is now active once again. See below for our initial summary…

essays
6 minutes

Defend America—Defeat Multiculturalism

Through identity politics and political correctness, today's multiculturalist enforcers seek to erase and replace America. Together, we must save the Union once again.

discourse

David Brooks’s “Case” for Reparations

David Brooks’s New York Times piece, “The Case for Reparations,” is so dumb, irresponsibly emotive, and wrong in both its premises and conclusions, that it deserves a section-by-section commentary. Brooks: …So let’s look at a sentence that was uttered at a time when the concept of sin was more prominent in the culture. The sentence…

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A Speech Divided?

In some ways, President Trump’s State of the Union was a speech divided against itself. On the one hand, the President extolled the virtues of “groundbreaking criminal justice reform;” ad-libbed a commitment to welcoming legal immigrants “in the largest numbers ever;” pushed once more for a new entitlement, “nationwide paid family leave;” and played, alternatively,…

features
2 minutes

Thank You

Without your support, we would not exist.

features
4 minutes

In Honor of Michael M. Uhlmann

Introductory remarks honoring Michael M. Uhlmann, the Claremont Institute’s Henry Salvatori Prize recipient, for helping to secure the teachings of the American founding. Washington, D.C., October 27, 2018

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5 minutes

Decisive Political Victory is the Only Way to End This Cold Civil War

The vindication of "The Flight 93 Election"?