Diary of a Driftless Conservative

Diary of a Driftless Conservative

Aaron D. Wolf

The world of work has gobbled up church life and politics, so that words like Christian and conservative and liberal correspond merely to a particular flavor of the five-year plans that once characterized communism and now characterize Western society.

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The Devil You Know

The Devil You Know

Scott P. Richert

Abortion is no longer a “necessary evil” or an “unavoidable tragedy” or any of the other phrases designed both to acknowledge and to hide the reality of the act.

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Not That Bad: My Experiences With British Public Healthcare

Not That Bad: My Experiences With British Public Healthcare

Emma Elliott Freire

A sign hangs in the waiting room of my doctor’s office. It advises patients how many appointments were missed in the previous month and how many work hours this cost the staff.

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  • Jihad’s Beltway Allies

    Srdja Trifkovic | June 28, 2016

    In the final weeks of spring the Islamic State finally seemed to be in serious trouble. Its capital of Raqqa came under simultaneous pressure from forces supported by the Syrian government advancing from Palmyra in the southwest, and from the U.S.-supported (mainly Kurdish) Syrian Democratic Forces to the north.

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  • After Brexit, a Trump Path to Victory

    Pat Buchanan | June 28, 2016

    In 40 years, the United States have not run a trade surplus. The most self-sufficient republic in all of history now relies for its necessities upon other nations. What might a Trumpian policy of Americanism over globalism entail?

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  • Spread Far and Wide

    Chilton Williamson, Jr. | June 27, 2016

    The news was spread far and wide last weekend that George F. Will is no longer registered as a Republican and is now politically “unaffiliated,” owing to the GOP’s acceptance (however grudging) of Donald Trump as its presidential nominee.

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  • You Can Go Home Again

    Tom Piatak | June 27, 2016

    I suspect that everyone in this area will remember where he was and who was with when the Cavaliers finally ended a championship drought that seemed poised to last forever, and that everyone who attended the parade will also long remember that amazing day of celebration.

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