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  • Secularists vs. Suicide Bombers - 5/29/2015

    Why did the Iraqi army run? And what motivated the fighters of ISIS to attack a city whose defenders so vastly outnumbered them?

  • A Happy Anniversary - 5/28/2015

    Seventy years ago today, Chapman & Hall published Brideshead Revisited, written by Evelyn Waugh while he was on leave from the British Army during World War II.

  • Will Congress deep-six the traitorous “PATRIOT” Act? - 5/27/2015

    After 9/11, co-President Bush, co-President Dick Cheney and the others in their repulsive regime panicked. The first thing they did was destroy our liberties with the misnamed, really traitorous USA “PATRIOT” Act.

  • A Country Without a Future - 5/27/2015

    It is hard to see how a country that hates its past can have much of a future. If that is so, the gay marriage referendum in Ireland last week suggests that Ireland has no future.

  • The Decline of Christian America - 5/26/2015

    "America was born a Christian nation," echoed Woodrow Wilson. Harry Truman affirmed it: "This is a Christian nation." But in 2009, Barack Hussein Obama begged to differ: "We do not consider ourselves a Christian nation."

  • What the Fall of Ramadi Means - 5/22/2015

    The fall of Ramadi, capital of Anbar, largest province in Iraq, after a rout of the Iraqi army by a few hundred ISIS fighters using bomb-laden trucks, represents a stunning setback for U.S. policy.

  • Even NAFTA and GATT backer trashes new trade flim-flam - 5/20/2015

    Michael Wessel is a Democrat and a trade negotiator who was a big backer of the NAFTA and GATT deals two decades ago. But listen to him on the supersecret Trans-Pacific Partnership; he’s one of the few people actually to have read it.

  • Macedonia: An Episode of U.S.-Russia Geopolitical Battle - 5/19/2015

    The continuing unrest in Macedonia is a sustained regime change attempt, entirely driven and financed by some Western countries, Srdja Trifkovic told RT International in his latest interview.

  • Is It Really All Our Fault? - 5/19/2015

    As Middle America rises in rage against "fast track" and the mammoth Obamatrade deal known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership, The Wall Street Journal has located the source of the malady.

  • The Rise and Rise of ISIS - 5/18/2015

    The Islamic State (IS, aka ISIS/ISIL) advances on a major Iraqi city, and Baghdad’s forces – while outnumbering and outgunning the attackers – flee in utter disarray. Last June it was Mosul. Exactly eleven months later, last Sunday, it was Ramadi.

  • Our Next Mideast War—Syria - 5/15/2015

    Jeb Bush has spent the week debating with himself over whether he would have started the war his brother launched on Iraq.

  • Obiter Dictum - 5/14/2015

    Thomas Fleming has retired. Chilton Williamson, Jr., has been named the next editor of Chronicles.

  • Rubio Rising? - 5/14/2015

    As Chronicles readers know, I’m not exactly a fan of Jeb or any other Bush, and don’t think he will be president. But no doubt Jeb is brushing up on his foreign policy chops with long talks with his brother, the former president.

  • Fruitarian Logic - 5/13/2015

    The windfall after the stormy night of last week’s British general election is the success of UKIP, a modern reincarnation of Sir James Goldsmith’s Referendum Party of the 1990’s, whose main stated aim is to force the government into an early plebiscite on membership in the European Union.

  • Macedonia unrest: ‘Warning to Skopje against new Turkish pipeline’ - 5/12/2015

    The Republic of Macedonia has become important to the U.S. policymakers in recent months, as it could be the only way for Russia’s proposed Turkish Stream pipeline to reach Central Europe.