James P. Pinkerton

Articles by James P. Pinkerton

Pinkerton: The Democrats ‘Wildly Overshoot’ on Abortion

The Democrats’ push for a radical expansion of abortion, their crazed erasure of women, and their acceptance of extremists who target Supreme Court justices have left them far outside of the mainstream of American voters.


Pinkerton: The Bud McFarlane I Knew

Robert C. McFarlane served his country in actual combat in Vietnam and later in political combat in three White Houses, where he helped defeat the “evil empire” without firing a single shot. He deserves to be remembered as a hero, not as a left-wing media target.

Former national security adviser Robert C. McFarlane gestures while testifying before the House-Senate panel investigating the Iran-Contra affair on Capitol Hill in Washington, May 13, 1987. (AP Photo/Lana Harris)

Pinkerton: Five Hard Lessons from America’s 20-Year Journey Since 9/11

After 9/11, it seemed that we were in a battle against evil. And without a doubt, Osama Bin Laden was evil. And yet strangely, the American government chose not to focus on him or even on al Qaeda. 9/11 was a test, some of which America passed and some of which it flunked. Here are five lessons to learn.