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  • The Allure of Mass Murder - 10/9/2015

    Prediction: We are going to have more of these massacres. Why? Because we rewarded Harper-Mercer for his barbarity in the currency he craved, the only currency he cared about: fame and immortality in this world.

  • Syria: No End Game in Sight - 10/8/2015

    The Russian military intervention in Syria, and the creation of a new regional alliance which includes Iran and Iraq, removes one undesirable outcome from the complex equation.

  • Our Mideast Fetish - 10/8/2015

    Somewhere over the Atlantic, there is an Islamic militia that has proclaimed an Islamic state. It controls territory in several countries, has kidnapped and murdered many innocent people, including Christians, and openly professes its disdain for Western learning.

  • War Party Targets Putin and Assad - 10/6/2015

    Having established a base on the Syrian coast, Vladimir Putin last week began air strikes on ISIS and other rebel forces seeking to overthrow Bashar Assad.

  • The Mind of Mr. Putin - 10/2/2015

    If America's elites continue to assert their right to intervene in the internal affairs of nations, to make them conform to a U.S. ideal of what is a good society and legitimate government, then we are headed for endless conflict.

  • Russia Enters the Fray: The New Syrian Score - 10/1/2015

    It will no longer be possible in the new setup – with the Iranians, the Iraqis, the Syrians and the Russians sharing intelligence – for the Gulf monarchies and for Erdogan to get away with the duplicity of pretending to fight ISIS while pursuing their separate agendas.

  • A Particular Facet of God's Design - 9/30/2015

    Last week, the European Union voted to require members to accept a portion of the migrants who have been coming into Europe over the Mediterranean and through the Balkans.

  • Europe’s Migrant Crisis - 9/29/2015

    Srdja Trifkovic’s interview with Sputnik Radio International on Europe's Migrant Crisis.

  • Pope's World and the Real World - 9/29/2015

    America's "red lines" should be set down clearly in front of our vital interests. Then, we should inform our friends and allies that their defense is, first and foremost, their own responsibility.

  • The Question Isn’t Whether They Can (But Most Can’t), The Question Is Whether They Should - 9/25/2015

    As I wrote for Chronicles in 2013, the strongest women are only as strong as the weakest men, according to testimony before the President George H.W. Bush’s Presidential Commission on the Assignment of Women in the Armed Forces.

  • Bye, Bye Boehner - 9/25/2015

    The revolt against the Establishment continues. The three leading contenders for the Republican nomination for president – Donald Trump, Ben Carson and Carly Fiorina – never have held political office.

  • A Muslim President? Was Ben Carson Right? - 9/25/2015

    Beliefs matter. "Ideas Have Consequences," as conservative scholar Richard Weaver wrote in his classic of that title in 1948. Yet, for so believing, and so saying, Dr. Ben Carson has been subjected to a Rodney King-style night-sticking by the P.C. police.

  • Letter from Greece: A Meaningless Election - 9/23/2015

    Last Sunday's election was a disappointing experience: no buzz, no excitement. Having witnessed general elections in a dozen countries over three decades, I was struck by the public’s palpable indifference to the event.

  • A Pope and His People - 9/22/2015

    The chair of Peter—the furniture that Francis occupies temporarily—exists to make sure heaven gets the hearing it deserves, in preference to the Supreme Court or the United Nations. Heaven has a prior claim on us. We tend to forget.

  • US and Catholicism in Crisis - 9/22/2015

    When Pope Francis arrives in Washington on Tuesday afternoon, the country he enters will be a very different one from Eisenhower's America or Reagan's America. And Catholics will be welcoming a new kind of pope.