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Allan C. Brownfeld

Allan C. Brownfeld
Received B.A. from the College of William and Mary, J.D. from the Marshall-Wythe School of Law of the College of William and Mary, and M.A. from the University of Maryland. Served as a member of the faculties of St. Stephen's Episcopal School, Alexandria, Virginia and the University College of the University of Maryland. The recipient of a Wall Street Journal Foundation Award, he has written for such newspapers as The Houston Press, The Washington Evening Star, The Richmond Times Dispatch, and The Cincinnati Enquirer. His column appeared for many years in Roll Call, the newspaper of Capitol Hill. His articles have appeared in The Yale Review, The Texas Quarterly, Orbis, Modern Age, The Michigan Quarterly, The Commonweal and The Christian Century. His essays have been reprinted in a number of text books for university courses in Government and Politics. For many years, his column appeared several times a week in papers such as The Washington Times, The Phoenix Gazette and the Orange County Register. He served as a member of the staff of the U.S. Senate Internal Security Subcommittee, as Assistant to the research director of the House Republican Conference and as a consultant to members of the U.S. Congress and to the Vice President. He is the author of five books and currently serves as Contributing Editor of The St. Croix Review, Associate Editor of The Lincoln Review and editor of Issues.

Free speech and objective truth campuses’ newest racist construct

It is hard to imagine student protestors who deny that there is such a thing as "truth" being taken seriously.

The contradictions between candidate and President Trump

What Donald Trump promised as a candidate and what he has been doing as president thus far have often proved contradictory.

Breaking up with Vladimir Putin and Russia

Was President Trump's missile strike against Syria one of those "it's not you, it's me" texts?
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Rethinking how we deliver health care

Americans pay twice as much as the OECD average for healthcare, and don't live as long. With great medical schools and huge expenditure, why don't we do better?

U.N. report says Israel practices apartheid against Palestinians

Jewish voices in Israel and abroad decry what they see as Israel's retreat from Judaism's humane, moral and ethical tradition.

When a crisis comes, we need a president we can believe in

When the time comes, we need a president who will be believed by Americans and the world.

Remembering history: The embrace of Russia and Communism

Those who naively embraced tyranny should immunize us against following such a path in the future.

Millennials and snowflakes: Drowning out dissenting voices

There is a reason for concern in that free speech is diminishing among younger Americans, particularly college students. A 2015 Pew survey found that 40% of millennials believe speech should not be free.

The Putin-Trump alliance threatens Europe, America

Putin made a gamble in backing Trump, and it seems to be paying off for him. What does he win, and what do Europe and America lose in Putin's high-risk game?

Conservatives and Republicans: Taking divergent paths

Conservatism once found a home under the Republican banner. With Donald Trump, that is changing. Maybe Republicans are tired of the hard line that loses.

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Gurl 8 is a New York art and punk scene legend. And she died far too young. The following article includes images and language that some may find offensive.