Not Prudent at That Juncture

Not Prudent at That Juncture

Aaron D. Wolf

Following the death of President George Herbert Walker Bush at age 94, the mainstream press and the television punditariat began treating the occasion as the passing of America’s grandpa.

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Clashes of Cultures

Clashes of Cultures

Nicholas Farrell

Events this past week in Paris remind me of my step-sister Amanda, Lady Harlech, who is usually described—much to her chagrin—as the “muse” of the 85-year-old gay kaiser of the fashion world, Karl Lagerfeld.

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May, Macron—TRUMP

May, Macron—TRUMP

Chilton Williamson, Jr.

Immediately after Emmanuel Macron was elected president of France in May 2017, progressive Americans fairly swooned with envy. If only they could have a president like M. Macron: young, handsome, progressive, cosmopolitan, polished, globally minded . . .

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  • The Tory Civil War Begins

    Ralph Berry | December 12, 2018

    “The past is a foreign country; they do things differently there.” Within living memory there was once a Conservative Party. It was led by men who had received their M.C. (Eden, Macmillan) and a woman-warrior Brunhild out of Wagner, Margaret Thatcher.

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  • Faith of Our Fathers, Living Still

    Tom Piatak | December 11, 2018

    On most Sundays and holy days, I happily attend what Pope Benedict XVI termed the Ordinary Form of the Roman Rite and what is often called the Novus Ordo Mass. Last Saturday, though, I attended what Benedict XVI termed the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite and what is often called the Latin Mass.

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