Edward Welsch

Edward Welsch is the executive editor at Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture.

Latest by Edward Welsch in Chronicles

  • Child of Serial Monogamists
    June 2021

    Child of Serial Monogamists

    My parents divorced more times than I can count on one hand. Divorce spread throughout the culture as I grew up in the ’80s and ’90s. As our parents pursued romance as a form of self-actualization, the children of my generation fended for themselves.

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  • The Daunte Wright Shooting and Demographic Shift
    April 14, 2021

    The Daunte Wright Shooting and Demographic Shift

    Stories of political upheaval in Brooklyn Center following Daunte Wright's death overlook the rapid demographic changes occurring in the Minneapolis suburb.

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  • Leave Dr. Seuss for Dead
    March 11, 2021

    Leave Dr. Seuss for Dead

    Dr. Seuss was one of his era's greatest cancelers of conservatives, a warmongering propagandist, radical leftist, and a writer of subversive books directed at children. No one should lament his apparent cancellation.

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  • An Interview with Matthew Tyrmand
    February 2021

    An Interview with Matthew Tyrmand

    An investigative journalist and member of Project Veritas, the son of Chronicles' founding editor made waves with his reporting during the 2020 election. He shares his thoughts on the American political scene in 2021 and beyond.

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  • Crazy Hopes
    January 13, 2021

    Crazy Hopes

    The emergence of a British YouTuber pushing the bad ideas of “Q” shows collapsing trust in public officials and the frustration of Americans denied answers. The cure for despair lies not in outlandish hopes, but a calm analysis of political power.

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Latest by Edward Welsch in ITO

  • The Daunte Wright Shooting and Demographic Shift
    April 14, 2021

    The Daunte Wright Shooting and Demographic Shift

    Stories of political upheaval in Brooklyn Center following Daunte Wright's death overlook the rapid demographic changes occurring in the Minneapolis suburb.

    Read more
  • Leave Dr. Seuss for Dead
    March 11, 2021

    Leave Dr. Seuss for Dead

    Dr. Seuss was one of his era's greatest cancelers of conservatives, a warmongering propagandist, and a writer of subversive kids' books. No one should lament his cancellation.

    Read more
  • Crazy Hopes
    January 13, 2021

    Crazy Hopes

    The emergence of a British YouTuber pushing the bad ideas of “Q” shows collapsing trust in public officials and the frustration of Americans denied answers. The cure for despair lies not in outlandish hopes, but a calm analysis of political power.

    Read more
  • A White Pill for Disappointed Populists
    January 7, 2021

    A White Pill for Disappointed Populists

    After a period of ultimately futile repression probably coming from D.C. and Big Tech, the national populist movement will emerge stronger than ever—and it will be stronger and more effective after Trump.

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  • How Tall Is Michael Bloomberg, Really?
    February 13, 2020

    How Tall Is Michael Bloomberg, Really?

    Is Michael Bloomberg really "a 5'4" mass of dead energy" or is this a tall tale of President Donald Trump's in the midst of campaign season?

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