Varad Mehta

National Review

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Varad Mehta is a historian and a contributor to National Review.

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Across the country, protesters are calling on Democrats to obstruct the Trump Administration wherever they can.

Can America's Left start its own Tea Party?

Across the country, protesters are calling on Democrats to obstruct the Trump Administration wherever they can.

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Columnist Joe Mathews says two 1848 events — California’s Gold Rush and the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo — re-founded the United States with different peoples, borders, and aspirations.

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After initial returns showed the recall failing by a nearly 70% to 30% margin, the Associated Press and TV networks called the race for Newsom.

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Andrew Cockburn brilliantly documents the motivations behind the U.S. military’s war lust in his new book, “Spoils of War.”

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Mayor Eric Garcetti debuted the city’s Indigenous LAnd Initiative today in recognition of Indigenous Peoples’ Day.

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Before he co-created the hit show “Empire,” writer Danny Strong won accolades for two HBO movies based on real events.

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Political leaders in LA are now turning to the race for LA’s next mayor and the candidates so far include Kevin de León, Joe Buscaino, Mike Feuer, and Jessica Lall.

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The attempt to recall Governor Gavin Newsom has failed, according to a call by The Associated Press, allowing the governor to stay in office until at least 2023.

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