Justin Raimondo

Justin Raimondo is editorial director of Antiwar.com.  He is the author of Reclaiming the American Right: The Lost Legacy of the Conservative Movement and An Enemy of the State: The Life of Murray N. Rothbard.

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  • December 28, 2017

    An Empire If You Can Bear It

    In his classic study of "isolationism," Not to the Swift, Justus Doenecke takes note of a phenomenon called "Asia Firstism"—the view of conservative politicians and publicists of the postwar era who opposed meddling in Europe but saw Asia as the equivalent of the long-vanished American frontier and the East as the natural sphere of American expansionism.

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  • January 2018

    Cold War Comfort

    To say I was a difficult child is something of an understatement: I was a wild child. In retrospect, I can only feel sorry for my poor parents, who had no idea what to do with me. I was simply unmanageable.

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  • December 2017

    Operation Cotton Mather

    The country is currently suffering through a series of moral panics—or, more precisely, the coastal elites are, while the rest of us go about the business of ordinary living.

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  • November 2017

    Checkmating Middle America

    America’s descent into banana republicanism continues apace, and on two fronts. To begin with, we learn that President Trump’s much-disdained assertion that Trump Tower was being wiretapped during the election campaign turns out to be absolutely true.

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  • October 2017

    No Good Deed . . .

    Sheriff Joe Arpaio, hated by the open-borders crowd but loved by those who want to uphold America’s immigration laws, has always been surrounded by controversies—they whirl around him like dust storms in the Arizona desert.

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  • August 7, 2017

    George Soros, Megalomaniac

    Sorosism is an international network of tax-exempt foundations, quasi-political organizations, and "independent" media churning out a great variety of Soroscista propaganda: arcane studies showing the need for a world central bank, a torrent of op-ed pieces calling for "peace" in Bosnia.

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  • Opposite Directions
    September 2017

    Opposite Directions

    History not only repeats itself but inverts itself. When these things happen simultaneously, the result is precisely what is happening today, as conservatives return to their “isolationist” roots and progressives return to their warmongering ways.

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  • July 31, 2017

    Who Hates Trump?

    Politics is all about hatred. Never mind who you’re voting for: It’s who you’re voting against that really counts. And that’s why any disagreement I may have with Donald Trump’s actual policies is completely irrelevant.

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  • August 2017

    If It Leads, It Bleeds

    The bonds that bind us together as a nation are fraying, and this is by design. Divide and rule is the byword of the “Resistance,” but they are banking on a victory that isn’t necessarily in the cards.

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  • July 2017

    The Coming Backlash

    The media frenzy that greeted the victory of Donald Trump is now reaching a pinnacle of manic hysteria. Every single day, it seems, there is some new toxic, trumped-up accusation: He’s a Russian agent! He’s obstructing justice!

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  • June 2017

    Paper War

    Trump is supposed to be the Great Fearmonger. On that score, his opponents in the media have outdone him.

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  • April 13, 2017

    The Road to Cascadia

    Internationalism is the creed of the elites, but the people hate it. The cartographers of Cascadia, floating in cyberspace, are free to map out any future they can imagine.

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  • Where Honor Is Due
    May 2017

    Where Honor Is Due

    I got a call from a Washington-based journalist the other day who wanted to know if Pat Buchanan had any influence on the platform of our current President. What a question!

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  • Considering Bannon
    April 2017

    Considering Bannon

    They liken him to Rasputin and Svengali: He’s the éminence grise of the Trump administration, the hard-line ideologue who represents and multiplies all the darkest impulses of that man in the Oval Office.

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  • Inaugurating a Movement
    March 2017

    Inaugurating a Movement

    Donald J. Trump never minces words, and on January 20 he showed that he isn’t about to start, now that he’s President of these United States.

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  • February 2017

    Booby-Trapping Trump

    As I write, the attempted CIA coup against the Trump administration is ongoing. Yes, you read that right: We’re getting awfully close to Seven Days in May territory.

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  • January 2017

    Ada Missed the Boat

    Trump took on the Clinton machine, the Republican Party, the media, the oligarchs, the neocons, and the national-security establishment—and he won. A massive media campaign, the likes of which we have never seen before in this country, was unleashed against him.

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  • December 2016

    Any Way You Put It

    We are a nation divided into two irreconcilable camps: the elites and their captive constituencies versus the rest of us. Two nations, really, with mutually exclusive mores, two cultures sitting side by side but increasingly unable to coexist.

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  • November 2016

    Unignorable Flashpoints

    As the nation prepares to go to the polls to elect the 45th president of these United States, two flashpoints may determine the outcome.

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  • October 2016

    Realignment

    The national media campaign against Donald Trump is unprecedented. All pretense to “objectivity” has been thrown out the window in an effort to keep the populist wing of the GOP out of the White House.

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