Chilton Williamson, Jr.
“Democracy Dies in Darkness” is the motto of the Washington Post. The editors of the Post belong to the honorable group of which Norman Podhoretz once confessed himself a member—Idolaters of Democracy.
The right to abortion that shielded Gosnell and his customers from the law for decades comes, we are told, from the U.S. Constitution—somewhere, perhaps, between the 9th and 14th Amendments.
Aaron D. Wolf
“Free speech!” has been the rallying cry of Republicans and conservatives for months on end. This really ought to stop.
Roger D. McGrath
For many years I taught a U.S. history survey course. One of my lecture topics was American slavery. I made a real effort to put the peculiar institution into historical perspective.
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We must end America’s proxy war on Syria. Donald Trump must resist the siren song of the Washington swamp critters who do not wish him well and are determined to plunge America into another needless, bloody fiasco in the Middle East.
Upon what authority did the Washington Post reveal code-word intelligence secrets? Where in the Constitution or U.S. law did the Post get the right to reveal state secrets every U.S. citizen is duty bound to protect?
Here I am in Russia, for the third time in two months. This means the FBI should start an investigation, if it has not done so already. This time I was invited to a conference at the Russian State University for the Humanities on Thursday.
There is reason to fear that Trump, guided by advisers whose policy proclivities mirror those of his critics, may seek the path of least resistance by further bellicose measures.