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The Enterprise State

October 23, 2020
Author: Chilton Williamson

Calvin Coolidge did not say that “The business of America is business.” What he said was: “The chief business of the American people is business.” Ninety-five years later, it seems that the chief business of the American government has become business. That business is nothing less than the American nation, which functions as a corporation… Read More

Infantile Republic

October 21, 2020
Author: Chilton Williamson

Just how badly the Democratic Party and American liberals generally need Donald Trump around is demonstrated by the current push in the liberal media to ensure that the Ogre does not retire into the mists the wreathe Trump Tower or onto the golf links at Mira Lago should he fail to win reelection on November… Read More

The Swamp at the End of the Tunnel

October 19, 2020
Author: Chilton Williamson

Four years after Donald Trump was elected President and months away from the end of a highly successful and consequential presidential term, some things have not changed since 2016. Among them: The Democrats are still talking about Russia. They are still talking about impeachment. And the Swamp is still chugging, sucking, and bubbling away. In… Read More

Notes on the Campaign

October 14, 2020
Author: Chilton Williamson

  I. Three weeks short of Election Day, the sum of the clues that are currently available from the campaign of 2020 appears to be no sum at all, sums being a toting up of coherent units that when added together produce a coherent conclusion. In this year, as in no other I can think… Read More

The Durham Report NOW: Don’t Let History Repeat Itself

October 9, 2020
Author: Chilton Williamson

The timing of President Trump’s immediately recent tweets and his abrupt declassification of documents relating to the attempted coup staged in 2016 by the colluders in the Great Collusion Conspiracy was not haphazard, as we have learned in the past couple of days. John Durham, the federal attorney appointed 18 months ago by Attorney General… Read More