James E. Miller

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James E. Miller works as a digital marketer in Virginia.


Deep Thoughts

Those Sweet, Surly Bonds of Earth

Those Sweet, Surly Bonds of Earth

January 06, 2017

Why is it that all our heroes inevitably try to kill us? From Winston Churchill

Zeitgeist

These Crazy Pills Taste Like Sour Grapes

These Crazy Pills Taste Like Sour Grapes

December 12, 2016

It’s difficult to know which part of me to trust these days: my intuition or

Media

All Hail Lord Zuckerberg!

All Hail Lord Zuckerberg!

November 18, 2016

The millennial Master of the Universe Social Media is taking a stand for

Media

‘NR’ Is Not Relevant

‘NR’ Is Not Relevant

November 11, 2016

Like many, Donald Trump’s stunning capture of the United States presidency

Media

Stop the Press!

Stop the Press!

October 24, 2016

I hope and pray that October 17, 2016, will be remembered as the day press

Huh

Neo Realism

Neo Realism

October 11, 2016

Get your red pill ready—the Matrix is real. At least that’s what a bunch

Kids Today

An Epidemic of Clowns

An Epidemic of Clowns

October 05, 2016

Don’t you love a farce? My fault, I fear I thought that you’d want what I

Zeitgeist

Identity Crisis

Identity Crisis

September 08, 2016

I have a confession to make: I enjoy reading New York Times columnist David

Politics

A Slow Drifting Apart

A Slow Drifting Apart

August 24, 2016

Should America fall apart (God forfend!), Jonathan Haidt will be the doom

Media

Erickson’s Unholy Crusade

Erickson’s Unholy Crusade

August 11, 2016

There are many things to enjoy about Donald Trump’s unlikely climb to the

Zeitgeist

Liabilities of Liberalism

Liabilities of Liberalism

July 25, 2016

“Liberalism,” James Burnham once wrote, “is the ideology of western

Elections

Johnson’s Rise and Imminent Fall

Johnson’s Rise and Imminent Fall

June 23, 2016

After a contentious convention fight, former New Mexico governor Gary Johnson

Media

Fourth Estate Hate

Fourth Estate Hate

June 06, 2016

Let it not be said that I started the indignant repulsion. That honor belongs

Politics

Give Me Liberty or Give Me Something Better

Give Me Liberty or Give Me Something Better

May 19, 2016

There is no libertarian moment. Contrary to popular opinion, the self-styled

Moolah

The Debt Offensive

The Debt Offensive

May 13, 2016

God help Donald Trump’s critics. The paroxysms they have after the

Issue of the Century

America’s Thinning Cohesion

America’s Thinning Cohesion

May 03, 2016

When you take away a man’s identity, is he left with anything worthwhile? I

Injured Parties

Chopping Down Old Hickory

Chopping Down Old Hickory

April 21, 2016

Instead of wishing he’d shot Henry Clay, I bet Andrew Jackson is now wishing

Church and State

The Business End of Freedom

The Business End of Freedom

March 31, 2016

If you still believe big business is, as novelist and philosopher Ayn Rand

Grassroots

Dignity in Dirty Work

Dignity in Dirty Work

March 02, 2016

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: There are some jobs Americans

Healthcare

Bad Medicine

Bad Medicine

February 15, 2016

Speaking before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, the

Elections

Wolf in Donkey’s Clothing

Wolf in Donkey’s Clothing

February 02, 2016

Who would have thought the best presidential ad of the cycle would come from a

District of Corruption

What Happened to the Wall Street Sheriff?

What Happened to the Wall Street Sheriff?

January 18, 2016

Elizabeth Warren is a no-good, stinkin’ fraud. Yes, we’re all familiar

Crime and Punishment

Pols on Patrol

Pols on Patrol

January 08, 2016

2015 may be the last year when Americans think of Washington, D.C., as a safe

Winning

We’re All Fascists Now

We’re All Fascists Now

December 28, 2015

After decades of bitterly partisan acrimony, a consensus has been forged.

Education

A Campus Crock

A Campus Crock

November 23, 2015

To the average observer, the ongoing fight for the Republican presidential

Toeing the Line

Reclaiming the Metaphysical Battlefield

Reclaiming the Metaphysical Battlefield

November 09, 2015

The U.S. Department of Education just ruled that an Illinois school district

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