Articles and Posts by Chronicles:
The Devil Knows Latin(0)
In anticipation of our Latin Is Essential event this Friday and Saturday, October 11, 12, (if you haven’t signed up, please do!) we’re offering Dr. E. Christian Kopff’s tremendous book The Devil Knows Latin: Why America Needs the Classical Tradition. As one reviewer describes the work, “E. Christian Kopff cuts to the heart of the Culture Wars . . . [and] champions tradition and the ‘permanent things’ and highlights the costs of our cultural amnesia. His value is not in telling us what we should now, but in reminding us of what we forget at our peril.”
Call today to order your copy of The Devil Knows Latin, price: $15.00. 815-964-5053.
Jason Stewart on the Radio this Afternoon (10/4)(0)
Join The Rockford Institute’s Event Manager Jason Stewart today at 3 P.M. CDT as he and Paul Youngblood discuss the Latin Is Essential two-day event happening in Rockford, October 11-12. Tune in live at http://www.nta.fm/ListenLive.aspx .
Scott Richert on the Radio This Afternoon (8/28)(0)
Join Chronicles’ Executive Editor Scott P. Richert today at 4 P.M. CDT as he and Paul Youngblood discuss the New York Times’ sudden interest in the demographic collapse of the West, as well as a recent study that shows that people with more siblings (up to the magic number of eight children in a family) are more likely to get married and less likely to get divorced. Tune in live at http://www.nta.fm/ListenLive.aspx, and join the conversation at (815) 874-8255.
Aaron Wolf on the Air With Paul Youngblood(0)
Chronicles‘ associate editor Aaron D. Wolf will be joining Paul Youngblood on the air live today 3-5 PM on 100.5 NTA-FM. The first hour, they’ll address Wolf’s article from the July 2013 issue of Chronicles: “Hell-Bent, Why Gay Marriage Was Inevitable.” In hour two, Paul and Aaron will be joined by special guest John Hackney to discuss George Zimmerman, Trayvon Martin, race, and justice. Click here to listen live.
Radio Interview: Aaron Wolf on “Marriage Equality” (Issues, Etc.)(0)
Click here to listen to an interview on Issues, Etc. with Chronicles‘ associate editor Aaron D. Wolf, on his article from the July 2013 issue: “Hell-Bent: Why Gay Marriage Was Inevitable.”
The Cost of Welfare—June 2013(0)
8 | Topsy-Turvy
by Thomas Fleming
12 | Uncle Sam Goes Bust
by Doug Bandow
16 | Take the Money and Run: Entitlement Politics
by Mark G. Brennan
20 | Mal de Mer
by Chilton Williamson, Jr.
[Sea Changes by Derek Turner]
22 | Why Garry Wills?
by James Kalb
[Why Priests? A Failed Tradition by Garry Wills]
25 | The Mind of the South
by Robert Dean Lurie
[William Gilmore Simms’s Unfinished Civil War edited by David Moltke-Hansen]
28 | Late Autumn Light
by Scott P. Richert
[History and the Human Condition: A Historian’s Pursuit of Knowledge by John Lukacs]
30 | Margaret Thatcher
by Michael Stenton
33 | Canticle for the Apocalypse
by Jeff Minick
38 | Gay Marriage, Before the Ruling
by William J. Quirk
40 | The Horrible Politics of “Equality for All”
by Kirkpatrick Sale
42 | The North’s Southern Cash Cow
by Joseph E. Fallon
46 | Of Presidents and Guns
by Egon Richard Tausch
19 | The Specter of History
by Justin Raimondo
36 | Time and Tide
by Andrei Navrozov
37 | Music That Stirs the Soul
by Roger D. McGrath
48 | Oblivious
[Oblivion, The Company You Keep]
by George McCartney
50 | Boston and the Big Lie
by Taki Theodoracopulos
11 | Hard North
by Timothy Murphy
4 | American Proscenium
5 | Cultural Revolutions
Stand Your Ground—July 2012(0)
The July 2012 issue of Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture.
A Prophet in His Own Country—June 2012(0)
The June 2012 issue of Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture.
Chronicles Unbound, Live Today 3-5 PM(2)
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The Civil Rights Movement—March 2012(2)
Thomas Fleming, Claude Polin, and Jack Trotter take a close look at the consequences (intended and unintended) of the Civil Rights Movement. Plus a special review by Tom Piatak of Timothy Stanley’s biography of Pat Buchanan, and Chronicles remembers Tom Landess.