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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.

President Trump condemns violence in Charlottesville, but is it too late

President Trump calls out groups like the KKK, White Supremacists and any other group that foments bigotry and hate, saying they are evil. Is it enough or too late?

It is time to review race-based affirmative action programs

Race based affirmative action has failed to create a color blind society; Actually, it has done the opposite creating more divisiveness and anger.

General John Kelly’s seemingly impossible task

There is nothing conservative about Donald Trump's lack of regard for our institutions or lack of respect for both norms of civility and truth. 

Is President Trump hitting the administration’s reset button?

If Donald Trump thinks that humiliation and intimidation is a winning style of leadership, he should think again.

Why is AG Sessions allowing civil asset forfeiture?

AG Jeff Sessions is embracing state and local police taking cash and property from people suspected, but not charged, with a crime. Just because they want to.
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The peaceful boycott against Israel’s 50-year occupation

Israel's long-term best interests are not being served by those who are uncritical of its occupation, a fact that many Israelis understand. 

The colonies in trouble: Colonial Williamsburg in decline

"To remain ignorant of what happened before you were born is to remain a child."

Israel’s one-religion state creating riffs among American Jews

While American Jews believe in separation of church and state, Israel is a theocracy.  Orthodox Judaism is the state religion and is supported by the Israeli government. 

Fourth of July: Celebrating America’s indivisible uniqueness

Only in America; not a saying, but a creed. We are unique. And Indivisible

The intemperate rhetoric destroying our democracy

People used to be able to disagree about questions without wishing death upon those with whom they disagreed.

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