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A Day of Infamy in Europe

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The destruction of two Russian gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea fits into a suspicious pattern of U.S. economic sabotage, and will have disastrous long-term consequences for both Europeans and Americans.

Meloni Contra Mundum

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The election of Italy’s new right-wing nationalist prime minister, Giorgina Meloni, is a rebuke to the woke liberal democratic system and its political-theological nerve center in Washington, D.C.

Putin’s Hesitant Mobilization

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The limited mobilization of Russian troops in the Ukraine conflict is the natural result of Putin’s hesitant and risk-averse leadership. It makes sense only if it is the first step toward total mobilization, both military and economic.

Smyrna: A Melancholy Centennial

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The 1922 massacre of Greeks at the ancient city of Smyrna was the bitter final blow in a long century of Turkish-Muslim persecution of the Christians in Asia Minor.

Putin’s Narrowing Options

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In Putin’s War, the tide is turning against the Russians, and Putin faces the prospect of having been the ruler who launched Russia’s least necessary war. His situation is growing desperate.

How Can You Befriend a ‘Semi-Fascist’?

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President Joe Biden recently accused Trump voters of embracing “semi-fascism.” Friendships can be forged across partisan lines, but it’s rather difficult to befriend a “semi-fascist,” isn’t it?

Labor Day and a Changed Left

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The officially approved “left” and “right,” although riven in apparent conflict, in fact represent little more than a debate between managerial styles. The real class struggle today is between the supporters and the critics of the Western managerial-therapeutic regime.

The Democrats’ Stay-at-Home Campaign Strategy

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For the Democrats, it is no longer even necessary to produce sentient candidates. Our media will invent made-to-order “progressives” and, if necessary, carry them across the electoral finish line, while their opponents are belittled or kept from public view.

Mikhail Gorbachev: Failed Politician

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Mikhail Gorbachev was perhaps the most abject failure among late 20th-century leaders. He let a destructive genie out of the bottle that led to NATO’s eastward expansion and laid the groundwork for the war in Ukraine.

Beware of Big Bathroom Brother

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Big Bathroom Brother is here and it’s clothed in public service and public safety, sacrificing your children’s autonomy, and serving its Silicon Valley masters.

Sam Francis: Prophet of America’s Decline

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Luminary paleoconservative, Chronicles’ own Sam Francis, foresaw how the vast managerial state would increase its stranglehold over its citizen-subjects. But there are signs that Leviathan is losing its grip.

The Revolution and Modern France

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The myth of the French Revolution inherently perpetuates an emotional, moral, and intellectual schism within a great nation. It has been poisoning the bonds among members of the French polity for over two centuries.

Is a US-Russia War Becoming Inevitable?

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America is now in a military alliance with Finland—the newest member of NATO. No Cold War president would have risked the survival of our nation to defend a distant country that has never been a U.S. vital interest.

Why Some of Us Can’t Dine in Peace

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The recent harassment of Supreme Court Justices is a continuation of years of abuse and violence against conservative public figures in both public and private spaces. Some of us can’t even dine in peace.

America, the Globalist Grift

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Our once-sovereign nation has become nothing more than a morbidly obese cash cow for what the Biden administration now openly calls the “liberal world order.”

Time to Allow a Cease-Fire in Ukraine

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U.S. and UK officials have been sabotaging attempts to reach a cease-fire in Ukraine in an attempt to embroil Russia in a war of attrition. It’s time for a sober reassessment of a strategy that has backfired on Western leaders.

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