How Liberalism is Losing

How Liberalism is Losing

Chilton Williamson, Jr.

On New Year’s Eve in Cologne, 1,000 of what witnesses described as dark-skinned youths from the Middle East and North Africa, surrounded hundreds of young women and robbed, grabbed, groped them, and raped several.

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Not So Far Away, Not So Long Ago

Not So Far Away, Not So Long Ago

George McCartney

Brooklyn is what used to be called a woman’s movie. It still would be if au courant feminism hadn’t threatened charges of misogyny against all those who use such an excessively abhorrent designation.

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The Litmus Test for American Conservatism

The Litmus Test for American Conservatism

Donald Livingston

Abraham Lincoln is thought of by many as not only the greatest American statesman but as a great conservative. He was neither. Understanding this is a necessary condition for any genuinely American conservatism.

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Against the Community Organizers

Against the Community Organizers

Egon Richard Tausch

San Antonio, Texas, America’s seventh-largest city, has always owed its troubles, as well as its glory, to its geographical situation within the state, and not just because it is the nearest large city to Mexico.

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  • The Remainderman

    Pat Buchanan | February 5, 2016

    Cruz, Trump, Carson—the outsiders—won over 60 percent of all caucus votes. Their anti-Washington messages, Trump and Cruz's especially, grew the GOP turnout to its largest in history, 186,000, half again as many as participated in the record turnout of 2012.

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  • Obama’s Mosque Visit: Wrong Message, Wrong Venue

    Srdja Trifkovic | February 4, 2016

    President Barack Obama’s Wednesday speech at the Islamic Society mosque in Baltimore, a venue tainted by a long history of preacing radicalism, summarizes his thinking about Islam and national security. That address has troubling implications and deserves detailed scrutiny.

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