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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Panic on the Left

Panic on the Left

Chilton Williamson, Jr.

President Obama is manifestly an enemy of Christianity and a Muslim sympathizer, which goes a long way to explain his reaction to the attacks in Paris and afterward to the mass murder in San Bernardino.

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