A Conservative Critique of the Liberal Critiques of Trump’s DACA Critique

LUKE PHILLIPS, THE MILLENNIAL REPUBLICAN Over at The American Interest, my friend Jason Willick made a strong case that the left’s condemnations of President Trump’s DACA rescindment did not so much resemble courageous acts of statecraft- “public-spirited representatives bargaining for partial victories”- as they resembled a hyper-partisan chest-thumping contest, full of “maximalist factional leaders performing …

Sunset in Korea

HEBERTO LIMAS-VILLERS, THE MILLENNIAL REPUBLICAN A week ago, North Korea successfully gained the world’s attention again after testing a hydrogen bomb eliminating any doubts the country is a nuclear power. While there are questions as to its efficacy in delivering these weapons, the United States and the regional actors involved must once more deal with …

Parallel Lives of Huntsman & Rockefeller

LUKE PHILLIPS, THE MILLENNIAL REPUBLICAN Word on the street in Utah has it that the Beehive State’s favorite living son, former Governor Jon M. Huntsman Jr., will undergo his confirmation hearing for the Russian Ambassadorship very soon, possibly arriving in Moscow as early as mid-September. When he gets there, Huntsman will be adding another distinguished …

Speaking Up

BENJAMIN RAJADURAI, THE MILLENNIAL REPUBLICAN As an American and the son of Indian immigrants, I’ve failed my community by staying silent. I’ve failed my party by staying quiet about racial issues that I clearly see. Simply put, I did a disservice to the conservative movement by shoving my experiences under the rug. Today, I speak …

The Forgotten Genocide

BRIAN DAVIS, THE MILLENNIAL REPUBLICAN The third day of August, 2014 is an unforgettable date for Iraq’s Yazidi religious minority. On this fateful day, the terrorist group known as ISIS invaded and attacked Sinjar, Iraq, slaughtering the mostly unarmed and peaceful residents. ISIS thugs murdered men and elderly women and kidnapped younger women for sexual …