An Iconoclast Looks At Four Failed Administrations

An Iconoclast Looks At Four Failed Administrations In a clear-eyed approach, the past four administrations are rife with failure. The prospects for effective leadership aren’t encouraging. MARCH 6, 2021|12:01 AM,TheAmericanConservativeOnline GEORGE LIEBMANN Few in today’s polarized world equally stigmatize two Democratic and two Republican administrations, but the dishonors are about equal. Here are my tributes. […]

Beware of New ‘Sixty Minutes Laws’After the Capitol Riot

Beware Of New ‘60 Minutes Laws’ After The Capitol Riot The best safeguard against domestic terrorism is a reasonably contented citizenry. MARCH 1, 2021|12:00 PM,TheAmericanConservative GEORGE LIEBMANN The Capitol riot was the result of the un-coordinated action of two politicians, each of whom thought that he or she could exploit political violence for personal purposes. […]

Sick of the Teachers: Time for Reform

Sick Of The Teachers: Time For Reform The pandemic presents an opportunity to bring the public-school teachers’ unions to heel. TheAmericanConservativeOnline FEBRUARY 17, 2021 GEORGE LIEBMANN If the nation’s nurses had the same devotion to duty displayed by unionized teachers, the COVID death toll might be twice what it is. The virus crisis has exposed […]

Book Announcement- Vox Clamantis In Deserto by George W. Liebmann

VOX CLAMANTIS IN DESERTO by George W. Liebmann This is a collection of 110 short ‘op-ed’ articles written over a 25-year period encompassing the unfortunate Clinton, Bush Jr., Obama and Trump administrations; included are a few longer pieces on welfare, reapportionment, Palestine, and civil rights ‘consent decrees.’ This collection is followed by book reviews of […]

Beyond the Paris Accord

Subscri Beyond The Paris Accord, An Environmentalism Of Solidarity And Purpose Today’s green activists propose punitive policies and are often wrong. Fortunately there is a better way forward. FEBRUARY 6, 2021,TheAmericanConservativeOnline GEORGE LIEBMANN President Trump’s rejection of the Paris climate accord was no surprise, coming as it did from modern America’s leading apostle of the […]

Trump’s Path to the Political Graveyard

The president shares all the characteristics of history’s forsaken leaders. In the end, he’ll meet their fate. JANUARY 12, 2021|12:01 AM,TheAmericanConsrvativeOnline GEORGE LIEBMANN There has been much speculation over Trump’s future. His intransigence over election results was widely predicted: the necessary increased use of mail-in ballots and resulting delayed counts provided an irresistible opportunity for […]

How America Can Restore Confidence in its Elections

Restoring Confidence in Elections TheAmericanConsrvativeOnline,January 6, 2021 by George Liebmann There is little doubt that President Trump, before both 2016 and 2020 elections, did all he could to undermine confidence in their results. In 2016, he was abetted by his opponent, whose delayed and graceless concession was followed by state recounts ostensibly requested by the […]

All the News That’s Not Fit To Print

by George Liebmann Readers of the New York Times cannot fail to be impressed by its coverage of American school and college campus disturbances and demands. Any group of a half-dozen students composing a list of demands, whether at a private school like the Dalton School in New York, at Princeton, or in any smaller […]

The Mellon Foundation Goes Woke

The Mellon Foundation Goes Woke The nation’s largest supporter of the humanities has elevated politics over art, and sometimes forsakes the latter altogether. The American Conservative Online DECEMBER 28, 2020|12:01 AM GEORGE LIEBMANN AND ANDREW BALIO Not to be outdone by The New York Times‘ 1619 Project, the Mellon Foundation recently announced its appropriation of […]

It’s Time to Wield Antitrust Against The Publishing Industry

The industry’s concentration doesn’t just have economic costs. It’s a disaster for our culture and it needs to be fought. DECEMBER 1, 2001,Theamericanconservative.com GEORGE LIEBMANN The proposed acquisition of Simon & Schuster by the international media conglomerate Bertelsmann, treated as a foregone conclusion by most of the press, strikingly reveals the limitations of the “consumer […]