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Philadelphia Scales Up Civic Engagement

In Philadelphia last month, the Gehl Institute convened Act Urban

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Clinton Picks Kane for VP

Hillary Clinton picks former Virginia governor Tom Kane as her vice-presidential running mate. Kane is seen as the safest choice available. I couldn’t agree less.

Tom Kane was as political a pick as you could find. Hillary is miles behind Donald Trump in white males. So, the obvious choice,

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Kaine Unable To Please Feminists

After months of speculation that Hillary Clinton might select Sen. Elizabeth Warren as her running mate, creating the first-ever two-woman ticket, or perhaps Labor Secretary Tom Perez, a civil rights lawyer who would

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White House, Hot Mess

His father. I don

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The End of Political Conversions?

[The May/June issue of The American Conservative featured Jonathan Bronitsky

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The Week

Kirchick

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Why I Am a Conservative Leftist

[The May/June issue of The American Conservative featured Jonathan Bronitsky

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Roots of the GOP Crack-up

In 1992, at the age of 31, I was a Nevada delegate to the Republican National Convention in Houston. The nominee that year was President George H.W. Bush.

Those were heady days for American conservatism and the GOP. It had just won three straight presidential elections by comfortable margins,

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