Dreams From Frank Marshall Davis

Meet the hard-core Communist who mentored the future 44th President of the United States.

Paul Kengor The American Spectator 10/12/2012

…FRANK MARSHALL DAVIS WAS BORN in December 1905 in Kansas, where he would endure serious racism that spawned justified resentment. No matter conservatives’ horror at the man’s politics, they ought to hold sympathy for the […]

Obama may be too smart to debate?

Psaki worried Obama will be too ‘professorial’ for couch-sitting beer drinkers

Joel Gehrke The Washington Examiner 10/1/2012

President Obama’s campaign spokeswoman said she’s concerned Obama will sound too “professorial” to resonate with the low-information voters tuning into the presidential campaign for the first time during this week’s debate.

“[W]hat the American [people] are looking for […]

‘The Obama You Don’t Know’

Mark Tapscott, Executive Editor The Washington Examiner 9/19/2012


Few if any of his predecessors took the oath of office with higher public hopes for his success than President Obama on Jan. 20, 2009.

Millions of Americans hailed his election as an end to partisanship, a renewal of the spirit of compromise and a reinvigoration […]

Mitt wonders how a young American could vote for a Democrat

B. Daniel Blatt Gay Patriot 3/20/2012

It’s the deficit spending.

When I first heard that Mitt Romney had made this comment, I thought he was referencing the trouble young people have had finding jobs in this Obama economy, but then I took a listen. Interesting how he makes the comment, hesitates, then explains that young […]

David Axelrod’s Red Roots: Obama Adviser’s Communist Ties Exposed

Robert Stacy McCain The Other McCain 3/4/2012

The cover story of the March print edition of The American Spectator is not yet online and, if you are not yet a subscriber to the magazine, I urge you to rush out to the nearest Barnes & Noble or wherever else you can buy a copy, because […]

The Transnationalism Project: what your children are learning in college

12 December 2011

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The Transnationalism Project at the University of Chicago

Transnational flows of capital, people, information and images are transforming our worlds; they are also challenging researchers to develop new theoretical and methodological practices to study and account for them. The TransNationalism Project takes on this […]