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  • ‘Greece-EU clash over anti-Russia statement: others may follow Athens’ suit’ - 1/28/2015

    Srdja Trifkovic on RT published January 28, 2015. A strongly worded anti-Russian statement, which was issued on January 27 by European Union heads of governments, did not have the consent of Greece’s new Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, according to Greek officials.

  • Mencken-Barnum Awards Announced - 1/28/2015

    For months there have been rumors circulating about the establishment of a set of annual prizes, commemorating two great American geniuses, H.L. Mencken and P.T. Barnum.

  • Je Suis Charlie Baudelaire - 1/28/2015

    We men of good will had a little scare last week when it was announced that the Sun – a venerable British newspaper whose prose style makes America’s National Enquirer sound like an excerpt from a late Henry James novel read by a young Laurence Olivier – would bow to political pressure and axe Page 3.

  • The Brooklyn Museum and the Triumph of Non-Art - 1/27/2015

    For years, I avoided going into "hip", fashionable museums like the Tate Modern, the MOMA, and the Guggenheim where all this modernist dreck was exhibited and celebrated.

  • The Persians Are Coming! - 1/27/2015

    So alarmed is Speaker Boehner, he invited Bibi Netanyahu to come and challenge U.S. policy toward Iran from the same podium where the president delivered his State of the Union address.

  • A Classic Smear Tactic - 1/26/2015

    Last week, the Southern Poverty Law Center retailed another smear using its classic tactic: attach the “hate group” label to a conservative Christian group, then claim others tolerate “hate” if they refuse to to disassociate themselves from the “hate group.”


    The intention of Charlie Hebdo’s surviving editors in publishing another provocative front-page cartoon a week after the attack, this time of a teary Muhammad holding a Je suis Charlie placard under the words Tout est pardonné (“All Is Forgiven”), is obscure and unimportant.

  • Against Terrorism—But for What? - 1/23/2015

    Following the Charlie Hebdo massacre, Prime Minister Manuel Valls said that France "is at war with terrorism, jihadism and radical Islamism." This tells us what France is fighting against.

  • 57 million babies and counting, RIP - 1/22/2015

    Something died in America 42 years ago today. That’s when the U.S. Supreme Court handed down its 1973 edict, Roe v. Wade, forcing all 50 states to almost completely legalize abortion on demand – even those states that already had legalized it.

  • Blowing Up the Base: An Abortion Strategy Revealed - 1/22/2015

    With thousands of their base voters standing on the Washington Mall, the House GOP sat down on an IED and blew their own brains out.

  • Suspicion - 1/21/2015

    Along with scare quotes, the left frequently uses another deceptive tactic to prove that “hate” causes the problems of minorities, particularly blacks: Publishing conspiracy theories about the “suspicions” among blacks that racist mischief is afoot when something bad happens to a black person.

  • Parable of the Day - 1/21/2015

    Begun in 1879 under the auspices of the University of Oxford and published in 1928 by Oxford University Press, A New English Dictionary on Historical Principles, now better known as the Oxford English Dictionary, is one of the greatest events in the history of Western civilization.

  • What MLK Day Says About Today's America - 1/20/2015

    Today's America could be described as a country led by a plagiarist, with the help of another plagiarist, which celebrates a holiday in honor of a third plagiarist: Barrack Obama, Joe Biden, and Martin Luther King.

  • Selma, 50 Years On - 1/20/2015

    Selma, a film focused on the police clubbing of civil rights marchers led by Dr. King at Selma bridge in March of 1965, is being denounced by Democrats as a cinematic slander against the president who passed the Voting Rights Act of 1965.

  • Tom Piatak Named Rockford Institute President - 1/19/2015

    After several months of successful work as Vice President, Thomas Piatak has been named President of The Rockford Institute by the Institute’s Board of Directors. Former President Thomas Fleming will continue to guide the Institute’s flagship publication as editor of Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture.