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  • Challenges Facing Russia - 10/1/2014

    Some commentators have called the events of the past eight months “a new Cold War,” but they are wrong: the Cold War has never ended, as manifested in two rounds of NATO expansion after the collapse of the USSR and the second crisis in Ukraine in a decade.

  • Annus Felix - 10/1/2014

    The Independent Orders of Zhukov, Lenin, and October Revolution Red Banner Operational Purpose Division of Internal Troops of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia – yes, my friends, there is such a thing – has just been given back its old name.

  • Remembering Joe - 9/30/2014

    For many Catholics of a certain age, Joseph Sobran will forever be remembered as one of the greatest literary defenders of the Catholic Church's teaching on life over the past 40 years.

  • Barack Obama, Outside Agitator - 9/30/2014

    In his U.N. address, President Obama listed a parade of horrors afflicting our world: "Russian aggression in Europe," "terrorism in Syria and Iraq," rapes and beheadings by ISIL, al-Qaida, Boko Haram. And, of course, the Ferguson Police Department.

  • Srdja Trifkovic interviewed by RIA-Novosti news agency - 9/29/2014

    “US Arms Reach IS via Syrian Rebels, US Allies Position Questionable”

  • NYC: A Second Amendment-Free Zone, Part I - 9/29/2014

    The Big Burrito (formerly known as the Big Bagel) is infamous for its harsh restrictions on legal firearm ownership.

  • Trifkovic on ISIS - 9/26/2014

    Trifkovic discusses ISIS on RT from the Moscow studio.

  • Time for an Immigration Moratorium - 9/25/2014

    The Center for Immigration Studies reports this morning that the number of immigrants, both legal and illegal, in the United States is now 41.3 million, the highest it has ever been.

  • Chronicles’ Politics by the Numbers Dept. ™ - 9/24/2014

    I’m starting something new here: Chronicles’ by the Numbers Dept. ™

  • Goodbye, Bill Quirk. Jefferson Forever. - 9/24/2014

    William J. Quirk, long-time professor of law at the University of South Carolina and a writer very familiar to Chronicles readers, passed away on September 22.

  • An Island in the Aegean - 9/24/2014

    “Why go to the Greek islands? Why go to Greece? Why not sit for a few minutes under a sunlamp, nip over to the supermarket for a slab of plasticized feta, and get some sirtaki going on your iPod?” The question is not entirely rhetorical, I said to Andreas.

  • Is Burger King an Economic Patriot? - 9/23/2014

    "Merchants have no country. The mere spot they stand on does not constitute so strong an attachment as that from which they draw their gains."

  • What Will Victory Look Like? - 9/19/2014

    "Congress must now vote to support the first steps of what will be a long march toward victory," said Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy.

  • Brown Revolution in Ukraine: Klitschko in Berlin - 9/18/2014

    Vitali Klitschko, former heavyweight boxing champion and one of the Brown Revolution's Terrible Trio (the other two being Arseny "Yats" Yatsenyuk and neo-Nazi former urologist Oleg Tyahnybok) became mayor of Kiev in June in a quiet, almost unnoticed election, that was overshadowed by bloodshed in Novorossiya.

  • Vive L'Écosse Libre! - 9/18/2014

    I hope I’m not mangling the French in my title, “Vive l'Écosse Libre!” It’s a gloss on de Gaulle’s shout at Montreal City Hall on July 24, 1967, “Vive le Québec libre!”