Jack Butler, a 2015 graduate of Hillsdale College, is a research assistant at the American Enterprise Institute. The views in his writing here are his own and not those of AEI.
In many ways, the 2016 presidential campaign eerily resembles ‘Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.’
Donald Trump’s campaign so far has proven him an imperfect student of Niccolo Machiavelli, that sixteenth-century theorist about the art of power.
Once he leaves office, President Obama’s time in the public spotlight will only have just begun.
Neither hacker attacks from Anonymous nor Donald Trump shutting down the Internet can ultimately ensure ISIS’s demise.
Renaissance politico Niccolo Machiavelli advised rulers to not delegate decisions to advisers, the way Donald Trump says he will.
Take a look at presidential candidate and democratic socialist Bernie Sanders’s surprisingly right-wing stances.
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