Nelson Hultberg

Nelson Hultberg is a freelance writer in Dallas, Texas and the Director of Americans for a Free Republic. A graduate of Beloit College in Wisconsin, his articles have appeared in such publications as The American Conservative, Insight, Liberty, The Freeman, The Dallas Morning News, and the San Antonio Express-News, as well as on numerous Internet sites. He is the author of The Golden Mean: Libertarian Politics, Conservative Values. Email him here.
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On the 17th of this month, Judge Andrew Napolitano was dropped as an official commentator for Fox News.

I wake up every morning and express the most euphoric thanks that Donald Trump won the presidency on November 8th

You can search the history of mankind, and you will never find a successful society that, when under attack, did not clearly define its enemies and gather its resources together in order to vigorously fight those enemies by means of education, law enforcement, and military means when necessary

An insidious police state is stealing over America today. We as a country have become like a freezing man slipping off to sleep in a blizzard, incapable of recognizing the demise of the liberty and honor on which we were formed. Our liberal-neocon intelligentsia are responsible for this.

What are the sources of the interminable wars throughout the world today?

The enemies of freedom today saturate our culture like lunacy pervades an asylum

George Orwell told us, “The further a society drifts from truth, the more it will hate those who speak it.”

I believe Donald Trump to be a man of character and honor, not the caricature that a desperate establishment is painting of him.

For the past five years Americans for a Free Republic (AFR) has been working to mount an independent political challenge to the power elites of Washington

Donald Trump and Ted Cruz have now established themselves as the favorites to lead the Republican Party to the promised land

What will be the consequences?

Obama and Clinton learned their lessons from one of Gramsci’s top disciples, Saul Alinsky, the famous author of Rules for Radicals published in 1972.

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