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  • Fearful of Warren, Sanders Backs Disastrous College Debt Policies 
    by John Jiang on June 26, 2019 at 5:47 am

    You have to feel a bit sorry for Bernie Sanders. The Vermont senator came within seven points of capturing the Democratic nomination in 2016. He’s spent the intervening three years working on his brand and building toward his 2020 run,... […]

  • The New Graveyards of Free Speech
    by Dominick Sansone on June 26, 2019 at 5:38 am

    The event “Will we ban hate speech? Lessons From Europe and the Threat of Big Tech,” hosted last week by The Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C., illuminated the ties between the recent uptick in Big Tech censorship and the deteriorating... […]

  • The Myth and Fraud That There Ever Was an Arab Country or People Called ‘Palestine’ (Part Two of Two)
    by Dov Fischer on June 26, 2019 at 4:14 am

    As noted in the prior installment, the entire “Palestine” myth is built on one Big Lie after another. Recently, the New York Times even published an article asserting that Jesus was a “Palestinian Arab.” Having spread the Big Lie for so long — half a century... […]

  • College Loan Forgiveness? Let’s Do It!
    by Scott McKay on June 26, 2019 at 4:13 am

    It’s said that political parties are really just coalitions of various interest groups, which in one sense is less true than it used to be. Most die-hard Democrats and Republicans will tell you they’re party members not because of a... […]

  • Now the Debates!
    by R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr. on June 26, 2019 at 4:12 am

    Washington What will happen Thursday night if former Vice President Joe Biden pulls his pants down in public on stage when it is finally his time to speak? I am told that he will have one minute to answer the... […]

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  • Who Shall Remain Nameless: Al Hanzal and Democracy in Action    
    by Robert S. Griffin, Ph.D. on June 25, 2019 at 2:23 pm

    I grew up in the West End of Saint Paul, Minnesota in the 1940s and ’50s.  Back then, the West End—it was also called West 7th Street–was a solid, upstanding, church-going, white working-class community.  All of us went to Monroe High School (named for James Monroe, the fifth U.S. president, 1817-1825), grades 9-12, on Palace […]

  • Homer’s Odyssey: The Return of the Father; Part 2 of 2
    by Guillaume Durocher on June 23, 2019 at 3:44 pm

    Odysseus in Ithaca: The Father’s Revenge Odysseus engages the suitors in combat. 1814 painting by Christoffer Wilhelm Eckersberg Finally, Odysseus makes his way home and “he rejoiced to be in his own country” (13.165-243); “King Odysseus was filled with happiness, filled with joy that this land was his. He kissed the grain-giving soil of it, […]

  • Homer’s Odyssey: The Return of the Father; Part 1 of 2
    by Guillaume Durocher on June 22, 2019 at 2:55 pm

    Head of Roman-era statue of Odysseus, found in the grounds of the former villa of the emperor Tiberius. “Who are you, and from where? Where are your city and your parents?” Thus does a stranger ask Odysseus to identify himself in Homer’s poem dedicated to that hero, the Odyssey (10.325). Taking place after the travails […]

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  • White and Bright
    on June 26, 2019 at 7:45 am

    A new study from Georgetown University reveals that if the student bodies of the 200 most selective American colleges were enrolled solely on objective SAT or ACT aptitude test scores, their student bodies would increase from 66 percent white under the current subjective system to 75 percent white. Ironically, this study was supposed to prove, […]

  • An Amnesty That I Can Support
    on June 25, 2019 at 7:17 am

    In 1986, my high school drama teacher decided to give me a lesson in humility following a series of outbursts on my part challenging his authority (as arrogant as I may be now, I was way worse back then). He “sentenced” me to a week of working stage crew. In my majority black school, the […]

  • Say Goodbye to Texas
    on June 24, 2019 at 8:07 am

    I always liked the idea of Texas—a massive, arrogant, sun-scorched, red-blooded homeland for impenitent cattle rustlers who provided a cultural counterpoint to the sniffly, snobby classes of the Eastern seaboard. Back when America was all about expansion rather than retreat, Texas was far more American than anything you could scrape up from either coastline. The […]

  • The Week That Perished
    on June 23, 2019 at 12:00 am

    The Week’s Faggiest, Saggiest, and Naggiest Headlines OH, PLEASE, NOT THIS “REPARATIONS” NONSENSE AGAIN! Since the word “reparations” is derived from the word “repair”—which basically means “to return to the state of affairs prior to the alleged damage”— a truly sensible reparations plan would either involve one-way tickets back to western Africa or a severe […]

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