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There’s reason to believe the recent mass shooting in Nashville was an ideologically motivated anti-Christian hate crime, an act of domestic terrorism.

Letter from South Tyrol: Austria’s Crimea

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There are many arbitrarily drawn borders in the world, none more so than the one on the Brenner Pass (4,500 ft) between Austria and Italy. As you drive south along the Brenner Autobahn, the Alpine landscape does not change. Only the bilingual signposts indicate that you have crossed from Austria into Italy. Most people speak German, and all local stations…

RFK Jr.’s Threat to Biden

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An octogenarian Joe Biden knows history bears a warning for him. The last Democratic president to be challenged for re-nomination was Jimmy Carter.       

Letter From Austria: Freedom Party Rising

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A historic electoral win by the right-wing Austrian Freedom Party in the country’s largest state shows that the ire of the easygoing Austrians has been stoked against unchecked immigration and the overbearing European Union

A Few Comments on A Strange Liberty

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In his new book, former Mises Institute President Jeff Deist writes incisively about the evils associated with the modern administrative state, including an important discussion of the late Murray Rothbard’s views on immigration.

The Only Way Out Is Through

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It might be tempting for conservatives to withdraw to their own local enclaves within a larger culture so dominated by the left, but that strategy of retreat is a surefire way to lose in the end.

Syria: A Merciful Regime-Change Failure

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The failure of the American-instigated jihadist rebellion in Syria is a good thing. America’s involvement in a faraway land, where no vital U.S. interest exists, was and is an inherently bad idea.

Feminism, Italian Style

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The woke, bisexual new leader of Italy’s Democratic Party, Elly Schlein, offers no real challenge to Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni and the Brothers of Italy Party.

2024: 3 Leaders, 1 Way to Win

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A Trump-DeSantis face-off in the Republican primaries could be costly for the party, but whichever candidate wins the nomination will need to reclaim the Rust Belt in order to beat Biden.

Parents and Children Are the GOP Future

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Heading in to the 2024 elections, the GOP has a unique opportunity to brand itself as the children-first party by actively opposing the Mexican drug cartels and corporate wokeism.

A Tale of Three War Orations

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Three speeches given on the eve of the one-year anniversary of the Russo-Ukrainian War reveal that the most principled voice of realism and moderation is coming from a small European nation, Hungary, whose leader is keeping his nation out of the unfolding tragedy.

Democrats Have No Good Option for 2024

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Given the alternatives, the Democrats might have to roll the 2024 dice with their stammering, scandal-ridden, palpably weak, cognitively deficient presidential incumbent.

The 2024 Test for the New American Right

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Among the pool of potential Republican presidential candidates for 2024, Ron DeSantis embodies the tenets and overall ethos of the more nationalist- and populist-infused “New Right” better than any other non-Trump alternative.

Mayor Pete and the Politics of Woke Advertising

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Pete Buttigieg was not elevated to his cabinet post because he has tested experience with transportation. He was put there as a woke advertisement by a less-than-principled president trying to appease the culturally radical demographic in his party.

Ukraine in the Balance: A Current Assessment

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Sometime before the end of 2023, the U.S. and its European minions are likely to face an unpleasant choice: risk an open war by reinforcing Ukraine’s depleted ranks with NATO troops, or let Russia prevail.

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