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    Christopher Roach

    Christopher Roach is an adjunct fellow of the Center for American Greatness and an attorney in private practice based in Florida. He has written for The Federalist, Takimag, and the Orlando Sentinel.

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  • Racial Triage

    Racial Triage0

    The medical concept of triage became widely employed during World War I. In the industrialized warfare of the Western Front, casualties soon overwhelmed available medical care. New weapons like machine guns, high explosive artillery, and poison gas produced thousands of casualties quickly. There were only so many doctors and beds to go around, so a

  • The Third Worlding of America

    The Third Worlding of America0

    Whether it is forest fires caused by decrepit infrastructure, the use of intelligence agencies to target domestic political opponents, growing inequality, or a rejection of our political traditions, America more and more feels like a third world country. First, consider what it meant to be a first world country. This has always been a small

  • Trump’s ‘If By Whiskey’ Speech

    Trump’s ‘If By Whiskey’ Speech0

    In 1952, Mississippi State Senator Noah Sweat famously gave a speech on the subject of prohibition, which was still highly debated in the South. Promising not to shy away from controversy, he spoke: If when you say whiskey you mean the devil’s brew, the poison scourge, the bloody monster, that defiles innocence, dethrones reason, destroys

  • Fighting Nature by Abandoning Herd Immunity

    Fighting Nature by Abandoning Herd Immunity1

    When I was a kid, I used to love the show “Fraggle Rock.” A creation of “The Muppets’” Jim Henson, it detailed the underground life of the Fraggles. These furry imaginary creatures lived alongside the dutiful Doozers, who quietly built their elaborate, edible constructions. The Doozers built and the Fraggles ate, without any apparent hard


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