Chilton Williamson, Jr.
Liberal thought and the liberal agenda as it has evolved over the past two or three centuries are as exhausted early on in the 21st century as the liberal societies they have created. That is why liberalism today is showing its conservative aspect.
Charles de Gaulle, on the subject of Algeria: "Pinay, the facts may prove me wrong, but History will prove me right." Finance Minister Anoine Pinay: "But, Monsieur le Président, I thought History was written with facts."
For years, Erdogan has been busy jailing political opponents, shutting down newspapers, and slowly but surely pushing a “soft” version of sharia into the legal and educational system.
Questions concerning the relationship between morality and law were reignited when, during the Republican primary campaign, Donald Trump commented on the matter of abortion and (implicitly) women’s rights.
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“Storytelling” is the new “safe, legal, and rare” of the pro-abortion movement. See as Exhibit A the new HBO documentary, Abortion: Stories Women Tell, released a few weeks ago in select theaters. The film focuses on women in Missouri, a state where only one abortion clinic remains open, and which requires a 72-hour waiting period.
The debacle that is U.S. Syria policy is today on naked display. NATO ally Turkey and U.S.-backed Arab rebels this weekend attacked our most effective allies against ISIS, the Syrian Kurds.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have reached such a fraught point in their campaigns that they’ve taken accusing one another of America’s unpardonable sin: Racism.
The Remainers, having lost the war, have now entered the franc-tireur phase and have taken to the hills where they continue the clamor for the lost provinces. Their current spokesman is Owen Smith, pretender to the Labour throne.