When a false-flag atrocity occurs of which Muslims are the purported victims, the United States goes to war to save them—the January 1999 stage-managed “massacre” at Račak, in Kosovo, being a classic example. When all-too-real massacres of Christians by Muslims take place, they are unreported in the Western media and uncommented upon by Western politicians.
Like most Americans (including the President and members of Congress), I have made up my mind about Obamacare without actually reading the document(s). For me, there is basically one question to answer: Is Obamacare an exercise in state charity aimed at relieving the necessities of the poor, or is it a Marxist-inspired experiment in state socialism? Even though we have good reason to oppose both alternatives, we have to recognize them as different in motivation and in results.
In anticipation of our Latin Is Essential event this Friday and Saturday, October 11, 12, (if you haven’t signed up, please do!) we’re offering Dr. E. Christian Kopff’s tremendous book The Devil Knows Latin: Why America Needs the Classical Tradition. As one reviewer describes the work, “E. Christian Kopff cuts to the heart of the Culture Wars . . . [and] champions tradition and the ‘permanent things’ and highlights the costs of our cultural amnesia. His value is not in telling us what we should now, but in reminding us of what we forget at our peril.”
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Join Chronicles’ Executive Editor Scott P. Richert today at 4 P.M. CDT as he and Paul Youngblood discuss the New York Times’ sudden interest in the demographic collapse of the West, as well as a recent study that shows that people with more siblings (up to the magic number of eight children in a family) are more likely to get married and less likely to get divorced. Tune in live at http://www.nta.fm/ListenLive.aspx, and join the conversation at (815) 874-8255.