Enter Stage Right - A Journal of
Modern Conservatism
for the week november 20, 2017
archive | site map | submissions | e-mail | colophon
> archive
> site map
> submissions
> e-mail ESR
> colophon


Donald Trump/Washington swamp

Trump’s failing revolution: Scot Faulkner argues that Donald Trump must appoint more good, loyal people – or swamp creatures will triumph

My Pilgrimage, Chapter Thirty-Seven: Julian Fellowes’ Divinely Shakespearean Comedy, Downton Abbey: Comparing someone to Shakespeare is fairly dangerous territory to tread but Michael Moriarty feels that strongly about Julian Fellowes and his creation Downton Abbey

Cdn pol Looking at the structural problems of Canadian conservatism at the close of 2017 (Part Two): Mark Wegierski continues to note the lack of an infrastructure or “eco-system” for conservatives

A protection racket wrapped in a cover-up: Dr. Robert Owens has some real questions about the investigation that Special Counsel Robert Mueller has conducted into Donald Trump's firing former FBI Director James Comey

The real scandal in the Alabama senate race: Judge Roy Moore has some real questions to answer but Selwyn Duke argues that his Democrat opponent, Doug Jones, has some positions that should raise some eyebrows with voters

What is wrong with Europe’s “Iran Policy?”: Giulio Maria Terzi argues that Europe governments need to seriously reexamine their apparent belief that doing business with Iran is a good idea

Avalanches of global warming alarmism: Dr. Tim Ball and Tom Harris say that UN climate cataclysm predictions have no basis in fact and should not be taken seriously

Back to Israeli-Palestinian negotiations? – Some basic truths: Before any serious negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians can begin, writes Amb. Alan Baker, the Palestinian leadership needs to accept some principles in order to signal good faith

Is universal basic income necessary because of automated labor?: If robots really are stealing all of our jobs, is there actually now a need to start implementing a universal basic income? Sebastian Anastasi explores that increasingly debated question

The relevance of the irrelevant: Irrelevant things are, as Justin Peterson points out, irrelevant. Human beings, however, aren't always rational and sometimes irrelevancy is relevant and brings up the research of Richard Thaler to show why

Virginia goes Don Quixote: The state of Virginia will defy Donald Trump, double down on renewables and CO2 reductions – and hurt poor families, writes Paul Driessen

Virginia election determined by angry swamp creatures: Democrat Ralph Northam may have won over Republican Ed Gillespie in the recent Virginia election but Michael R. Shannon doesn't expect a trend to start for future elections

View recent articles from the past four weeks
or go to our archive

Canadian Politics
Drug War

Election 2016

Mark Wegierski
Property Rights
Taxes & Budgets

Commodity prices courtesy of Oilprice.com

Enter Stage Right, the articles, title logo and images contained therein
are, unless otherwise specified, the property of Enter Stage Right
and/or their respective authors. All rights reserved. 1996-2017
Read our
Privacy policy here

http://www.enterstageright.com - ISSN 1488-1756