Wes Kelley

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Wes Kelley

5 days ago

Modern America: A Disneyland Dystopia

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5 days ago

A Radical Fix for Washington: Have Congress Do Its Job

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5 days ago

NuScale's Small Modular Nuclear Reactor Passes Biggest Hurdle Yet

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10 days ago

An Absurdly Complete Guide to Understanding Whiskey

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11 days ago

My Management Lessons from Three Failed Startups, Google, Apple, Dropbox, and Twitter

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11 days ago

Millionaires Don't Use To-Do Lists (They Use This Instead)

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11 days ago

How Conservatives Can Win Back Young Americans

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11 days ago

Hands-On with Redstone 5: The Early Days

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11 days ago

Forget About Setting Goals. Focus on This Instead.

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15 days ago

Elon Musk Needs More Cobalt - And So Do We

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19 days ago

Nuclear Power Under Attack Again - This Time From The Ballot Box

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19 days ago

The Democrats’ God Gap

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19 days ago

Thomas Jefferson, Conservative

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19 days ago

Power Over the Twenty-First Century Electric Grid

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19 days ago

Pope Francis Is Beloved. His Papacy Might Be a Disaster.

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19 days ago

The Financial Whisperer to Trump’s America

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19 days ago

Surprised by Faith: My Moroccan Odyssey

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19 days ago

How Trump Is Winning

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20 days ago

No, Wind And Solar Do Not Inherently Increase Electricity Prices

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20 days ago

A showcase of the vilest and noblest manifestations of humanity

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20 days ago

The Great Divide

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47 days ago

God and Men and Jordan Peterson

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47 days ago

As usual with Ross Douthat, another perceptive piece of commentary.

Old Boomers Never Die

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47 days ago

Among the Abortion Extremists

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47 days ago

C. S. Lewis: Critic of Progressivism

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47 days ago

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48 days ago

Grand theft auto — by the U.S. government

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48 days ago

Blind Spots That Plague Even The Best Leaders

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75 days ago

A Moment for Movement on Guns

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103 days ago

Why conservative magazines are more important than ever

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103 days ago

Running the rate race

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103 days ago

Where the Poor Spend More Than 10 Percent of Their Income on Energy

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103 days ago

Yes, there is a cult of Trump. But that’s because we have a cult of the presidency in this country. It infects not just our understanding of the office, but of the person holding it.

Why the ‘Cult of Trump’ Has Taken Hold

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152 days ago

The Baker and the Empire

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181 days ago

When We Say ‘Conservative,’ We Mean . . .

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201 days ago

John Boehner Unchained

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222 days ago

Your Company’s Culture is Who You Hire, Fire, & Promote

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222 days ago

The establishments and elites that create our political and entertainment culture have no idea how fragile it all is—how fragile it seems to people living normal, less privileged lives. That is because nothing is fragile for them. They’re barricaded behind the things the influential have, from good neighborhoods to security alarms, doormen and gates. They’re not dark in their imagining of the future because history has never been dark for them; it’s been sunshine, which they expect to continue. They sail on, oblivious to the legitimate anxieties of their countrymen who live near the edge.

The Culture of Death—and of Disdain

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236 days ago

Speaking Ill of Hugh Hefner

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244 days ago

Under Anesthesia, Everything Was Beautiful

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244 days ago

The thing America strives for most? Complacency.

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286 days ago

Democrats: ‘The Party Of Jessica Yogamat’

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341 days ago

What Makes America Great?

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341 days ago

A History of Removable Computer Storage

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341 days ago

Love in the Time of Numbness; or, Doctor Chekhov, Writer

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341 days ago

What World War I unleashed in America

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341 days ago

A Beginner’s Guide to the Trump/Russia Controversy

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348 days ago

How iCloud Photo Library matches up to Google Photos

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348 days ago

The ‘alternative facts’ epidemic goes way beyond politics

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348 days ago

Oregon is suing engineers for . . . speaking up about engineering?

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