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A City on a Hill—With Transgender Toilets?

As Carle Zimmerman argued, moral implosions and civilizational collapse have happened before, and they have always been followed by periods of renewal. People stumble their way back to the “fundamental mother-source” of civilizational strength:...

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    Oracles of the West

    The title of Joseph Pearce’s profound piece “Fighting the Dragon With Solzhenitsyn” hit me like a punch to the solar plexus, for Solzhenitsyn frequently directed its first three words to me in the form of a question as a sort of general “How goes...

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    Storm of Snowflakes

    Aaron D. Wolf has written the best summary I have seen of the moral confusion of the Millennials: “Their morality is . . . entirely relativistic and personal. They are the world.”

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