Posts by Nick Geeslin

The Left’s Great Venezuelan Escape

The lesson here is that it twofold. First, we cannot let pass a sound analysis of the policies that brought Venezuela to its current economic state. Much if not all of what certain Western politicians promise runs analogous if not identical to that of Chavez’s, which Maduro has been apt to continue.

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“Holy War and Unholy Terror” – Bernard Lewis and the “Crisis of Islam”

The Crisis of Islam is an economical read for the unfamiliar Westerner desiring an entry-level understanding of the Muslim World and its history, its struggles and triumphs, its relationship with the West, and its extremists’ claims to scripture.

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A United States Senator Writes a Book Worth Reading

The Vanishing American Adult: Our Coming of Age Crisis—and How to Rebuild a Culture of Self-Reliance. Ben Sasse (St. Martin’s Press. pp. 274. $16.75 from Amazon.com)…

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Few Alarms and No Surprise with GA06 Result

Wishful thinking and miscalculation by progressives as well as Handel’s simple task of convincing Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District that its Democratic candidate was, in fact, a Democrat…

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FDR’s Follies: What Many Teachers Fail to Include About the Great Depression

Interventionist Policies Prolonged Rather than Curbed the Effects of the Great Depression, yet Instructors and Politicians Alike Laud FDR and Lobby Similar Efforts Today.   In…

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Gubernatorial Candidate Cries Corruption Within State Capitol at GAGOP State Convention

Lights were bright, American flags abounded, the weather was as cool as the newly-doomed planet could allow, and Augusta was fully prepared for the waves of…

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Navigating the Progressive’s Playground

Collegiate Conservatism & Thoughts on and Tips for Combating an Editorialized Education (First up: Thoughts) The political environment in which we currently reside is truly rather…

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Executive Order Extravaganza

  The Paradox of Executive Power in a ‘Conservative’ President . . . Executive orders are nothing new; the debate on executive power has existed in…

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Question Everything (and Everyone)

The beauty of university, of the classical idea of the liberal education that we are supposed to receive in our four years at college is rooted…

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Podcast & Notes: “What Happens When the Job Market Becomes Automated”

Every podcast that The Arch Conservative produces will be accompanied by a conglomeration of “notes.” These notes will include sources, mentions of what was not able…

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