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Revolt of the ‘Karens’
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Revolt of the ‘Karens’

Moms for Liberty, a proud group of American parents, is retaking control of their children’s educations from the government leftists now destroying it.

The Trump of Myth and Legend
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The Trump of Myth and Legend

There is no need to compare Trump to some biblical hero or a mythic savior in order to state one’s agreement with one or more of his stated policies.

Crime Hits Home
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Crime Hits Home

When one is victimized by a career criminal, something much more valuable than property is often stolen.

Welcoming Migrants Creates War-Rationing Scenario
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Welcoming Migrants Creates War-Rationing Scenario

The sacrifices Americans make today do not serve any greater good, such as winning a war, preserving our way of life, or giving their children a chance at a better future. Instead, our government is making us sacrifice to meet the needs of foreign nationals here illegally.

Young People Are Right to Hate the Office
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Young People Are Right to Hate the Office

Don’t blame the 40-hour work week or youthful laziness for the increasing frustrations young people are voicing about their lives and their jobs. Blame today’s woke workplace and a culture that pushes phony self-actualization over fulfillment.

Migrant Crime Turning Cities Into War Zones
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Migrant Crime Turning Cities Into War Zones

The Statue of Liberty says, "Give me your tired, your poor." It doesn't say your lawbreakers, brutes, and gang leaders. But criminals posing as asylum seekers are exploiting soft-hearted Americans and terrorizing their cities.

What Brings Them to Lourdes
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What Brings Them to Lourdes

Lourdes is that rare place where the very sick and severely disabled are put in the spotlight and treated with great care and respect, and not as "useless" or as "burdens" in any way.

Putin Almost Blew It
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Putin Almost Blew It

None of what Putin said is new to those who have closely followed the sad saga of post-Soviet Ukraine, but the tens, perhaps hundreds, of millions of people who will watch this interview because of the identity of the interviewer, are unlikely ever again to accept uncritically the standard narrative spewed out by Western regimes and their media lapdogs.

Flannery O’Connor and Shadows of Evil
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Flannery O’Connor and Shadows of Evil

O’Connor understood the complicated relationship between tragedy and joy was related to the inevitable confrontation of good and evil. Freedom is embracing the metaphysical surrender to the knowledge that we are not the beginning or even the end of things.

Who Paid the Authors of the Border Bill?
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Who Paid the Authors of the Border Bill?

Everything we know about the so-called “bipartisan” border bill suggests that it is has been worked out at the behest of powerful interests that have nothing to do with the will or interests of the American people.

Is Taylor Swift Trouble for Trump?
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Is Taylor Swift Trouble for Trump?

Left-of-center social and economic attitudes are, for Millennial and Generation Z women, the closest thing to not having any politics: They are the path of least resistance—and least reflection.

Shiny, Happy People
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Shiny, Happy People

Like death, suffering is inescapable. It represents the burden of being. But too often today, Americans are trying to escape it with therapeutics and chemicals, neatly packaged as happiness in a bottle.

Is Common Sense Not So Common After All?
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Is Common Sense Not So Common After All?

In their desire to overcomplicate the world and, perhaps, elevate their own value in it, researchers delight in telling us that common sense is not very common. Perhaps that would mean something if those same researchers had the common sense to understand what common sense actually is. But they don’t.

The Left’s Convenient Epiphany on Border Security
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The Left’s Convenient Epiphany on Border Security

The anti-borders left will never truly abandon its plan to bring America to its knees through unsustainable levels of illegal immigration. It will only change its spots temporarily, repackaging itself as the solution to the problem it created.

Yes, America Is Being Invaded
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Yes, America Is Being Invaded

Though most of the migrants crossing the U.S. southern border are in search of economic opportunity, some are used as tools by our enemies. The invasion is deliberate.

Trump’s Map to the White House
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Trump’s Map to the White House

A strategic choice of VP and a party unified in the battleground states, plus Biden's dismal record, might be all it takes to turn the 2020 map back into Trump's winning 2016 map.

When a Giant Crosses Your Path
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When a Giant Crosses Your Path

The story of one man’s intellectual and personal friendship with Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn, stretching across the last decades of the 20th century, and the lessons it might impart for us today.

Odysseus Lost
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Odysseus Lost

A new novel suggests compelling and realistic ways of thinking about the problems confronted by returning soldiers.

Winter’s Poet
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Winter’s Poet

Robert Burns, born on this date in 1759, holds no high place today among academics. His genius continues to elude them, yet his poetry lives on in spite of them, recited and translated all over the world.