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Surrendering Freedom of Expression to the Monomaniacs Among Us
Commentary We live in an age of bad temper. Perhaps we always did: it is just that I ...
October 19, 2020
The Doctor’s Diagnosis of Trump Reveals Her Own Malady
Commentary “Past violence often leads to future violence,” said Dr. Bandy Lee in a recent interview with Salon ...
October 15, 2020
Language Termites Prepare the Way for Totalitarianism
Commentary The mills of political correctness grind exceeding fine: Nothing is too unimportant to escape their grinding action. ...
October 12, 2020
On Illness, Regulation, and Freedom
Commentary A headline in the New York Times last Monday caught my eye. "Britain," it said, "operating without ...
October 5, 2020
On Disappointments With Debates and Politicians
Commentary It is a curious fact that hell is much easier to imagine than heaven and presents itself ...
October 1, 2020
Free at Last! Free at Last! Thank God Almighty, Free at Last!
Commentary I am now out of the two-week quarantine imposed on me when I returned to England and ...
September 29, 2020
Kamala Harris Leads by Seeming to Follow the Crowd’s Music
Commentary Sen. Kamala Harris, who quite possibly will be the next but one president of the United States, ...
September 28, 2020
Deaf to Gratitude for Human Greatness, Intellectuals Only Hear Their Own Obsessions
Commentary The function of the intellectual in Western society has long been to deny the obvious and assert ...
September 24, 2020
Coming to Terms With a Time of Plague
Commentary We have lived through a time of contagion, quarantine, confinement, an invisible enemy, an epicenter of the ...
September 17, 2020
France’s Macron Economics
It’s received wisdom that France does not reform except by violence. Since I heard my French brother-in-law repeat ...
March 25, 2015
The Scottish Play: The Nationalists Win by Losing
Last week’s referendum on Scottish independence was an excellent illustration of the famous dictum of Frédéric Bastiat, the ...
September 26, 2014
Beijing on the Seine
The French newspaper, Libération, which began as a Maoist publication, waxed indignant recently about Chinese police working alongside ...
June 6, 2014
The Shooting of Marius the Giraffe: Cruel When Not Kind
Recently, the Copenhagen Zoo shot a young giraffe, Marius, and fed it to the lions in front of ...
April 17, 2014
Addiction Is a Matter of Persistence, Not Fate
For five centuries before the Enlightenment, animals were sometimes put on trial in Europe. Pigs were the most ...
March 16, 2014
A $15 Minimum Wage Should Be Kept as State Option: Trump
Biden: I Would Transition From the Oil Industry ‘Over Time’
Mimi Nguyen Ly
In Debate, Trump Presses Biden to Explain Son’s Foreign Business Deals
Twitter Locks Trump Campaign Press Secretary’s Account Over Mail-In Voting Tweet
Isabel van Brugen
Trump During Debate: ‘You Can’t Close Up Our Nation or You Won’t Have a Nation’
Biden Campaign Slams Hunter Biden Associate’s Claims About Business Dealings Overseas
Hunter Biden Partner Says He Discussed China Deal With Joe Biden
FDA Approves First Treatment for COVID-19, Remdesivir
Mimi Nguyen Ly
2nd Court Blocks Trump’s Bid to Exclude Illegal Aliens From Census
Texas’s Abbott Rated Best Governor on Economy, COVID Response: Report