About Adam Fuller

Adam L. Fuller is Associate Professor at Youngstown State University. He received his Ph.D. in political science from the Claremont Graduate University. His book, Israel and the Neoconservatives: Zionism and American Interests, was published by Lexington Books in 2019.

Should We Move to Mexico?

By |2016-08-22T22:02:45-05:00August 22nd, 2016|Categories: Bradley J. Birzer, Constitution, Government, Senior Contributors|

If I had to use a single word to describe what is fundamentally wrong with government today, I would use the word fraud. Certainly nowadays—perhaps in every age—government is not what it claims to be (competent, protective, and just), and it is what it claims not to be (bungling, menacing, and unjust). In actuality, it [...]

Was Russell Kirk Right about the Gulf War?

By |2016-04-05T08:40:23-05:00April 5th, 2016|Categories: Bradley J. Birzer, Foreign Affairs, Military, Ronald Reagan, Russell Kirk, War|

“The Republican Party, which achieved its greatest vigor in this century during the presidential terms of Ronald Reagan, now seems in the sere and yellow leaf.” – Russell Kirk, February 27, 1991, the day before President George Bush declared victory with Operation Desert Storm. Scholars Bradley J. Birzer and Adam Fuller reflect on Russell Kirk’s [...]

Robert Heinlein’s Lessons for Boys

By |2019-10-10T13:08:34-05:00July 18th, 2015|Categories: Fiction, Literature|

In 1990, the science-fiction writer, Larry Niven, wrote a short story titled, “The Return of William Proxmire.” In the story, the Wisconsin senator schemes to stop billions of dollars from being spent on space research by going back in time to cure Robert A. Heinlein of tuberculosis. For Senator Proxmire, the idea is simple: If [...]

In Defense of Daniel Bell

By |2015-05-28T09:47:09-05:00May 27th, 2015|Categories: Character|Tags: |

Dr. Bradley J. Birzer’s recent essay about the late Daniel Bell is faulty. Professor Bell was one of the most gifted and independent-minded scholars of the last century. Although he was more a man of the left than a conservative, he was a valuable ally to conservative traditionalists. Dr. Birzer’s piece describes the late Professor [...]

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