The Tone of Trump

The Tone of Trump

Aaron D. Wolf

Donald Trump reveals something to us about ourselves, if we are honest enough to face it: We care far too deeply about presidential politics and not enough about our actual problems.

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Immigrant Birthright

Immigrant Birthright

Clyde Wilson

Any doubts you may have had about the absurdity and falseness of American electoral politics would have been removed if you had lived through the barrage of advertising that preceded our South Carolina presidential primary.

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The Worst Decision

The Worst Decision

Stephen Presser

We now have another candidate for worst decision: Obergefell v. Hodges, decided 5-4 on June 26, which declared that the same provision of the Constitution involved in Roe v. Wade also prohibits any state from limiting marriage to one man and one woman.

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Humanity Lite

Humanity Lite

Chilton Williamson, Jr.

Since the 60’s, liberals have been talking about “victimless crimes,” offenses that are prosecutable by law but that liberals claim “hurt no one.”

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  • The New Invasion of Europe

    John Seiler | September 3, 2015

    Europe lost its will to survive and is being invaded by immigrants: It discarded its Christian faith, which plunged its birth rate to half the replacement level, meaning rapid extinction no matter what.

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  • Hitler's Legacy

    Srdja Trifkovic | September 2, 2015

    What George Friedman failed to note in his article, “Pondering Hitler’s Legacy,” is that, by helping turn the United States into a superpower permanently engaged in open-ended, literally global quest for power and influence, Hitler also undermined the character of America herself.

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  • No Will To Survive

    Tom Piatak | September 2, 2015

    Srdja Trifkovic’s contact within the Dutch Ministry of Immigration isn’t the only one who has noticed that the current flood of “migrants” now heading to Europe resembles an invasion.

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  • Can the GOP Deal With Iran?

    Pat Buchanan | September 1, 2015

    This month, a Republican Congress will vote to reject the Iranian nuclear deal that Europe, Russia, China and the Gulf Arabs regard as done. While the GOP may muster the votes to reject it, they lack the votes to override an Obama veto of their rejection.

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