Democracy and Infanticide

Democracy and Infanticide

Aaron D. Wolf

During the polar vortex of 2019 the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act had its day in the United States Senate but, thanks to the opposition of Democrats, failed to meet the required number of votes necessary to end debate and call the question.

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The Thousand Faces of “Me”

The Thousand Faces of “Me”

Chilton Williamson, Jr.

n 1976 New York published a lengthy essay, “The ‘Me’ Decade and the Third Great Awakening,” by the reporter and novelist Tom Wolfe, who died last year, aged 88.

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The Wall: Moral and Good

The Wall: Moral and Good

Srdja Trifkovic

President Donald Trump’s predecessors have circumvented Congress before on issues the legislative branch had tried to stop. They have redirected resources appropriated by lawmakers.

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  • The Pilgrimage of Malcolm Muggeridge

    Sally S. Wright | March 21, 2019

    In the second segment of the several-part BBC documentary on his life, Malcolm Muggeridge smoothed his white feathery hair away from his cherubic face, smiled cryptically, and said in his deep, rolling, gentle English voice, "There's nothing in this world more instinctively abhorrent to me than finding myself in agreement with my fellow humans."

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  • The Religious Violence They Don’t Report

    Chronicles | March 20, 2019

    In his latest interview for Serbia’s top-rated Pink TV morning program (Tuesday, March 19) Srdja Trifkovic analyzes Western media coverage of last Friday’s mass shooting in Christchurch.

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  • Who Spawned the Christchurch Killer?

    Pat Buchanan | March 19, 2019

    Last Friday, in Christchurch, New Zealand, one of the more civilized places on earth, 28-year-old Brenton Tarrant, an Australian, turned on his cellphone camera and set out to livestream his massacre of as many innocent Muslim worshippers as he could kill.

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  • Patriotism

    Ralph Berry | March 18, 2019

    Patriotism, once thought of as "the last refuge of a scoundrel" (Dr. Johnson) is now the last resort of a failed leader. The word entered the vocabulary of Theresa May for the first time yesterday.

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