• Homo Economicus
    July 14, 2019

    Homo Economicus

    I want to thank Greg Kaza for his review of “Globalists” in the June issue. He has called to attention some extremely relevant points, which are necessary for understanding current events.
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  • A Memorable Secession
    July 14, 2019

    A Memorable Secession

    I haven’t read The Land We Love: The South and Its Heritage, and judging by Donald Livingston’s review (May 2019 issue) I probably won’t. Why? Because it sounds like yet another attempt to defend “Lost Cause” ideology.
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  • Pious Tariffs
    July 14, 2019

    Pious Tariffs

    In “Protectionism as a Path to Piety” (May 2019 issue), John Howting appears to assert that protective tariffs are acts of piety.
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  • Camp of the Saints, Stateside
    July 14, 2019

    Camp of the Saints, Stateside

    In early June, border agents near San Diego did what they do a lot these days. They collared two previously deported sex criminals who had re-entered the United States illegally. Both men were convicted of sex crimes against children, Customs and...
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  • Big Tech Joins the Culture War
    July 14, 2019

    Big Tech Joins the Culture War

    The Silicon Valley censors have struck again. This time it’s against James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas for sins related to the practice of journalism, namely publishing documents allegedly exposing anti-Christian bias on the social media platform...
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  • Belgians and Bureaucrats
    July 14, 2019

    Belgians and Bureaucrats

    Some years ago my friend and neighbor Baron Philip Lambert had my wife and me to dinner in his chalet in Gstaad, Switzerland, and the talk turned to Belgian history. Philip’s grandfather, a banker, had lent money to King Leopold II of Belgium to...
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