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Articles by James P. Pinkerton

Pinkerton: Ten Things that Will Happen in a Biden Presidency

If Trump campaigners are truly in it to win it, they will have to start defining Joe Biden—and doing it in a most tangible way, so that Americans can truly get a sense of what an actual Biden presidency would be like.

FORT DODGE, IA - JANUARY 21: Democratic presidential candidate, former Vice President Joe Biden arrives during an event at Iowa Central Community College on January 21, 2020 in Fort Dodge, Iowa. With less than two weeks to go until the Iowa caucus, the candidates are making their case to voters …

Pinkerton: In Defense of Andrew Jackson

The would-be statue-topplers know little or nothing about Andrew Jackson, the war hero who defended the nation with courage and resolve.

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Pinkerton: In Defense of Police Unions

It seems that virtually all the groups on the political spectrum—conservatives, libertarians, liberals, and progressives—are converging together to crush police unions. And that’s a shame, because the rights of policemen and women, as workers, should be fully defended.

New York Police Benevolent Association President Mike OMeara and representatives from other NYPD and law enforcement unions holds a news confenece at the Icahn Stadium parking lot June 9, 2020 to address the "current anti-law enforcement environment" in New York. (Photo by TIMOTHY A. CLARY / AFP) (Photo by TIMOTHY …

Pinkerton: Chinese Propagandist Meddles in American Politics

Weihua Chen seems happy to advertise his journalistic credentials without worrying about the credentialing outfits asking him to return his honorific certificates. And if that silence continues to be the case, well, that says something about Knight, WPI, and Freedom Forum. Moreover, there’s nothing stopping any journalist from criticizing Chen, an obvious propagandist in their midst. But will they do so?

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Pinkerton: The Emergence of Hawleynomics 

Americans who have grown weary of globalism might wish to spend more time considering an emerging new center-right alternative to failure: Hawleynomics.

Senate Armed Services Committee member Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., pauses during a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on "Nuclear Policy and Posture" on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, Feb. 29, 2019. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)