Matthew J.L. Ehret is a journalist, lecturer and founder of the Canadian Patriot Review.
It is a tragedy of our age that society has been locked in a zero-sum operating system for so long that many people living in the west cannot even imagine a world order designed in any other way…
The INSTC, BRI and other great infrastructure projects would not only create new relationships and open up new markets over the course of many years, but would also provide the basis for increased productive potential for all.
The renewal of the Wallace-Gilpin spirit of development into North America’s Arctic is not only good business but also serves as a vital precondition to re-establishing a world order founded upon trust, win-win cooperation, and non-zero sum thinking.
The miracle of America’s surviving its many near death experiences over the years can be attributed less to fate and more to the immense sacrifices by great statesmen over the years… one of whom we will explore in this essay.
A major cultural fight has broken out between Donald Trump’s recently announced 1776 Commission and the NY Times’ 1619 Project.
Although Trump’s announcement is a great first step towards the realization of the long-overdue project, there remains many obstacles that could yet derail it, Matthew Ehret writes.
It is vital that President Trump tap into the better angels of America’s nature by firing Pompeo, and warmly embracing Putin’s offers for a P5 emergency summit before the clock strikes midnight, Matthew Ehret writes.
The spirit of JFK’s space vision has certain come alive in new and exciting ways, but one question still remains unanswered: Does the U.S. have the ability to withstand the forces seeking to dissolve the republic and join a new open system paradigm?
Just two months away from the 2020 elections, the threat of a new Military Coup organized by international financiers is as high as ever, Matthew Ehret writes.
The Belt and Road Initiative, and strategic friendship established between Russia and China has re-awoken the forgotten vision of William Gilpin for a world of cooperating sovereign nation states.