Campus Utopias

Campus Utopias

Justin Raimondo

As we gathered in the gazebo, sitting on the hard white benches with the paint peeling off in strips, nursing Marlboros—the girls wielding cigarette-holders, like scepters—we decided then and there who and what was the main obstacle to our goal.

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Trump, Beating the Odds

Trump, Beating the Odds

Greg Kaza

U.S. employment increased over President Trump’s first year in office, expanding from 145,541,000 in January to 147,380,000 in December, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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Shepherd in a Strange Land

Shepherd in a Strange Land

Carl E. Olson

“I’m a pastor, not a scholar,” Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, head of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia since 2011, said when I interviewed him earlier last year for Catholic World Report about his new book.

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  • A US-Turkish Clash in Syria?

    Pat Buchanan | January 19, 2018

    The war for dominance in the Middle East, following the crushing of ISIS, appears about to commence in Syria—with NATO allies America and Turkey on opposing sides.

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  • Trump Sinks a ‘Sweet Hole’ on DACA

    Jim Jatras | January 18, 2018

    It’s just incredible what a hullabaloo can erupt from the garbled account of just one spoken word. All week long the national media and political class have been in a tizzy over what Donald Trump was reported to have said in a closed-door White House meeting with Senators over DACA and immigration policy.

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  • Cherished Void

    Bill Kauffman | January 17, 2018

    Gene Roddenberry was a hustling ex-cop who wanted to strike it rich in television, and he did, with a series called Star Trek, which he once described (before his slide into self-mythicizing and lucrative licensing deals) as "Wagon Train To the Stars."

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  • Letter from Germany (II): The Duopoly Is Back

    Srdja Trifkovic | January 15, 2018

    I was enjoying the view of the Alps from the southern wing of Neuschwannstein, the famous fairytale castle built by Wagner's mad friend King Ludwig, when the news came that Germany's ruling Christian Democrats (CDU), their Bavarian counterparts, the Christian Social Union (CSU), and the opposition Social Democrats (SPD) would almost certainly form another “grand coalition.”

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