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In the life of politicians, single moments stand out when a decision to act or not to act defines their character and shapes their future success.
At about the same time that some of the historians began to acknowledge the occluded facts of English history, some Shakespeare scholars began doing the same thing in their field, and with a similar result.
Scott P. Richert
A dozen years ago (give or take), I tried to commission a piece for Chronicles on how Big Business was increasingly pushing a leftist social and cultural agenda.
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Whatever the wisdom of Pamela Geller's Mohammed cartoon event in Garland, Texas, one thing ought not be forgotten: No matter what kind of event Geller had sponsored, the media would have attacked her as a Muslim hater, and cited the usual source for the claim: the vile and discredited Southern Poverty Law Center.
The U.S. Constitution is clear: “The Congress shall have Power To lay and collect Taxes, Duties, Imposts and Excises… To regulate Commerce with foreign Nations….”
A singer by the name of Masha Rasputina, who, when a good deal younger and not quite as surgically enhanced, used to thrill nascent Moscow bourgeoisie by appearing on stage in latex lingerie, has just recorded a new song.
In our deepening political divide, the left invokes the narrative that black males are all too often terribly treated by brutal cops, while the right sees tough policing as having cut crime to more tolerable levels and cops as the thin blue line between them and anarchy.