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Aaron D. Wolf


Aaron D. Wolf is Chronicles' associate editor.

  • NOAH: The Drinking Game

    By Aaron D. Wolf | April 08, 2014
    In which I review the blockbuster movie NOAH, without directly examining the film in the review, even though I have in fact seen it.
  • Hooters Against Misogyny: The Paradox of Femen(ism)

    By Aaron D. Wolf | February 24, 2014
    First came the whirlwind Pussy Riot American tour. And now the Boobish Invasion continues, with Eastern European “topless sextremists” known as Femen threatening to descend on the United States like a Satanic Swedish Bikini Team. (NSFW)
  • Sochi, Putin, and Vlad the Drag Queen

    By Aaron D. Wolf | February 17, 2014
    In the Dead West, our heroes are no longer cowboys but those creepy weirdos who slink around the alleyways of red-light districts. One such warrior for righteousness is described by the Associated Press as “Vladimir Luxuria, a former Communist lawmaker in the Italian parliament who has become a prominent transgender rights crusader and television personality.”
  • Navy Yard: "Regardless" of the Truth

    By Aaron D. Wolf | September 17, 2013
    The dust had barely settled at the Washington Navy Yard on Monday when a barrage of lies began to fly from the usual suspects on the left. For once, the religion of the crazed shooter, Aaron Alexis, was not buried or ignored completely, since he was publicly connected not to Islam but to Buddhism.
  • Sweeping Away the Unwanted Babies

    By Aaron D. Wolf | August 13, 2013
    Texas Republicans' stated rationale for the 20-week limit was that "the state has a compelling state interest in protecting the lives of unborn children from the stage at which substantial medical evidence indicates that these children are capable of feeling pain" (pdf). And that's hogwash, because the legislation makes a barbaric exception when it comes to unborn children with "a severe fetal abnormality."
  • Nazi Russians and "Basic Morality"

    By Aaron D. Wolf | August 09, 2013
    You'd think Putin had constructed a gas chamber on the edge of Olympik Village in Sochi, but the reality is much less shocking.
  • Staring at Hiroshima From Babel

    By Aaron D. Wolf | August 06, 2013
    The surprise and shock was not confined to the Japanese. This dawning of the nuclear age gave us new fears and changed our imaginations.
  • Liberals, Liturgy, and Lattes

    By Aaron D. Wolf | August 02, 2013
    Miss Evans wants to teach our churches what they ought to be teaching. Are they prepared to teach her the Faith if she shows up?
  • Pleasure-Marrying: The Next Human Right

    By Aaron D. Wolf | August 01, 2013
    In my recent piece "Hell-Bent," one of my overarching themes was that the rush to approve same-sex marriage was really about self-identified "heterosexuals" seeking approval for themselves. Legally sanctioned "gay marriage" is a kind of public proclamation that the constraints of traditional morality do not apply.
  • Sexualizing Children: NBA Edition

    By Aaron D. Wolf | April 30, 2013
    The national celebration of sodomy continues thanks to Sports Illustrated's new cover story featuring the first "major sport" athlete to come out of the closet while still an active player.
  • Neocon 101: Art of the Pooh-Pooh

    By Aaron D. Wolf | March 07, 2013
    That stalwart set at National Review known as "The Editors" has done what it always does to a genuinely conservative display in the halls of power.
  • The ACLU and the WNBA

    By Aaron D. Wolf | September 20, 2012
    Getting some play today is a news story from Cranston, Rhode Island, about a ridiculous decision by the Cranston school board banning father-daughter dances. It's the old pattern.
  • Breaking: Some Yahoo Wrote a Paper

    By Aaron D. Wolf | September 19, 2012
    A scrap of papyrus contains the phrase "Jesus said to them, 'My wife . . . '" before ending unceremoniously with a fibrous tear. And somehow, if the NYT and Harvard are to be believed, this changes everything. And it does—if by everything we mean nothing at all.
  • Chronicles Unbound on Facebook

    By Aaron D. Wolf | September 14, 2012
  • GOP: Adios, WASP!

    By Aaron D. Wolf | August 28, 2012
    I'd be the last one to suggest that the Republican National Convention should be a bastion of Christian orthodoxy, and I'm sure no one goes there for the liturgy.
  • SCOTUS hateus

    By Aaron D. Wolf | June 25, 2012
    There are some real stunners in today's convoluted ruling from the Supremes regarding Arizona v. United States.
  • Paesano, Go Home

    By Aaron D. Wolf | June 25, 2012
    The intro to Justice Scalia's partial dissent in Arizona v. United States is a perfect demonstration of today's self-contradictory "conservatism."
  • Arab Spring in Red-Hot Rockford Summer

    By Aaron D. Wolf | June 18, 2012
    You'da thought Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan was Barack Obama, the way Rockford's local news media fawned over him on Sunday.
  • Freedom or the Church?

    By Aaron D. Wolf | June 14, 2012
  • Re: Fraud Upon Fraud, Jobs We Won't Do

    By Aaron D. Wolf | May 24, 2012
    Allen Wilson writes in a comment that "We should give them a week's worth of food and transportation to the orchards and farms of those states where there are complaints that new immigration laws are scaring off Mexican workers."
  • Re: iDocile

    By Aaron D. Wolf | May 23, 2012
  • iDocile

    By Aaron D. Wolf | May 22, 2012
  • Education Nightmares Revisited

    By Aaron D. Wolf | May 21, 2012
    With the threat of a second, unfettered term for President BHO looming, one begins to wonder what sort of legacy he would try to cobble together.
  • Zimmerman & Martin Lawyers Gouge Eyes on TV

    By Aaron D. Wolf | May 18, 2012
    The news media love you and have a wonderful plan for your life, to borrow a phrase.
  • Accentuate the Positive, Eliminate the Honkies

    By Aaron D. Wolf | May 17, 2012
    The New York Times has delivered the unshocking news: "White births are no longer a majority in the United States."
  • The McQuearing of America

    By Aaron D. Wolf | November 07, 2011
    Yes, yes, curse the defensive genius and pedophile* Jerry Sandusky (author of Touched) and Joe Pa (who continued to employ him). But what about the grad assistant who happened to lock eyes with ol' Sandusky when the latter was sodomizing a ten-year-old boy in the Happy Valley showers of Penn State?
  • Man of Middangeard

    By Aaron D. Wolf | September 02, 2011
    September 2 is the 38th anniversary of the death of J.R.R. Tolkien (1973).