Articles and Posts by Chronicles:
Joseph Sobran, R.I.P.(102)
We are sad to announce that Joe Sobran has passed away. In the comments attached to this post you will find some brief remembrances of our friend and colleague from the editors of, and contributors to, Chronicles. Grant to your servant, O Lord, blessed repose and eternal memory.
What Good Is an Education?—September 2010(1)
In this issue: The Panic of 2011; The Second Coming of Ted Haggard; Infanticide and the Supreme Court; and much more.
Recovering Our Roots—August 2010(1)
The August 2010 issue of Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture. Thomas Fleming with a depiction of our future, Claude Polin on being rooted to the soil, and J.D. Salyer on the Antichrist Right. Plus, John C. Seiler, Jr., on the California primary campaign for governor.
Tea Party Animals—July 2010(0)
The July 2010 issue of Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture. Thomas Fleming on populism, then and now; W. James Antle III on the good and bad of the Tea Party movement; and Chilton Williamson, Jr., on the Great American Mob. Plus, R. Cort Kirkwood on Islamic donations to Democratic coffers.
Importing Multiculturalism—June 2010(0)
Thomas Fleming discusses the culture that produced “Jihad Jane,” John Willson gives the real history of immigration in the United States, and Chilton Williamson, Jr., details the cultural argument against mass immigration. Plus, Roger D. McGrath on illegal-alien crime in Southern California.
Aeneid III A(0)
Dr. Fleming has continued his discussion of Vergil’s Aeneid: “If the second book of the Aeneid is a nightmare, the third books is a melancholy depiction of people who are so obsessed with the past that they cannot deal with the present, much less face the future.”
Update to Aeneid IB: Compassion(0)
Dr. Fleming has added more to the entry “Aeneid IB: Compassion.” Click on the title or on the “Continued” link below to go directly to the update.
For the Children—May 2010(0)
Sneak Peek at May: The May 2010 issue of Chronicles just went to press. It includes features by William Murchison on the children of “gay marriage,” Scott P. Richert on the effects of radical abortion protests on children, and Thomas Fleming on the legacy of the child-savers. Plus William J. Quirk answers the question, “How do you make $100 million per day?”
Rescuing Main Street From Wall Street—April 2010(0)
Cheating “Honest” Men
by Thomas Fleming
Putting America Back to Work
by Tom Pauken
Bringing Back the Old Economy
by Tom Piatak
Law &/or Order—February 2010(0)
Thomas Fleming on the Earp shoot-out, Roger D. McGrath on America’s obsession with outlaws, and Fr. Hugh Barbour on the traditional moral arguments against dueling and divorce. Plus, Ted Galen Carpenter on terrorism and the rule of law.