Jon Miltimore

Jon Miltimore

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Jonathan Miltimore is the Managing Editor of FEE.org. His writing/reporting has appeared in TIME magazine, The Wall Street Journal, CNN, Forbes, Fox News, and the Washington Times. 

Recent blog posts by this author

5 Takeaways From that Memo on the FBI

The much-awaited memo composed by the Republican-controlled House Intelligence Committee was released Friday. The memo, declassified following authorization by President Trump, alleges abuse of surveillance power by the Department of Justice and...

20 Undisputed Facts About the FBI’s Investigations into Clinton and Trump

In May 2017, Robert Mueller, the former director of the FBI, was tapped as Special Counsel in the probe of Russian interference in the 2016 United States elections and alleged collusion between Russia and the Trump Campaign. Several members of...

Climate Scientist Launches GoFundMe Page in Response to University’s Gag Order

A professor at an Australian university launched a GoFundMe page Wednesday, alleging that university officials did not act in good faith and infringed on his academic freedom by censuring him for comments he made on a national television program...

8 Characteristics of a Rational Soul

Marcus Aurelius (121-180 A.D.), the last of Rome’s Five Great Emperors, was in many ways the paradigm of Plato’s philosopher king. His Meditations (essentially a diary written for himself) reveal a man striving for peace through wisdom,...

The Atlantic: A Crisis of Truth is Upon Us (Apart From Trump)

A mere one-third of Americans trust their government to “do what is right,” according to a new report by the communication firm Edelman. Trust in the media is not much higher (42%), and while trust in business and non-governmental organizations...

FBI Agents Privately Said Russia Probe Would Be a Wild Goose Chase

Two FBI officials at the heart of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe exchanged text messages expressing doubt about collusion between President Donald Trump’s campaign and the Russian government. FBI Agent Peter Strzok was removed from...

America’s Shrinking Middle-Class: What's Really Happening

We Americans love our middle-class. The idea appeals to our egalitarian sensibilities. It’s the reason between 85 and 90 percent of Americans have historically identified as middle-class, and why politicians of all stripes claim their policies are...

Sex and Marriage: 6 Statistics That Might Surprise You

Maureen McGrath is a sex educator, author, registered nurse, and self-described “sexpert.” In 2016, McGrath, who has a clinical sex practice, gave a TED Talk on the topic of sex and marriage that has been watched by nearly 10 million people....

California Has the Highest Poverty Rate in America. Why?

Can you guess which state has the highest poverty rate in the U.S.? Many people would say Mississippi. That’s how I would have responded if you had asked me this morning, and I would have been right in a sense. There are two different ways to...

7 Timeless Life Lessons from Marcus Aurelius

Marcus Aurelius (121-180 A.D.), the last of Rome’s Five Great Emperors, was a study of contrasts. In many ways he was the paradigm of Plato’s philosopher king, yet his reign—which began in 161 A.D. following the death of his adopted father, Antonius...

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