Dennis Saffran is a lawyer, Republican activist, and political and policy writer based in Queens, New York. His work has appeared frequently in City Journal and in other publications, including National Review Online.
The gridlock nightmare of having a president-elect who lives and works in the heart of midtown Manhattan is real.
Governor Kasich gained favor among Republicans after the first debate, but his record on gay marriage should give conservatives some serious pause.
Indiana’s ‘fix’ to its religious-freedom law increases burdens on conscience rights its original religious-freedom law was designed to protect.
When people engage in liberal microaggression, resist. Political correctness deserves a regular challenge.
The anti-vaccination movement is largely a phenomenon of the affluent crunchy granola Left. So why did the Right get tarred and feathered with it?
Some men live in irrational terror that they’ll keel over clutching their chests the moment they touch a snow shovel.
Three left-wing columnists have responded to conservative claims that Islamophobia is a myth with factual, tactical, and emotional appeals. None is convincing.
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