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Self-Government, the American Way
Commentary After winning the independence they had declared in 1776, Americans had to prove that they could sustain self-government in peace. They’d governed themselves already, as colonists, but now the ...
January 3, 2022
Episode 2: The Reign of Terror
The communist system first gained ground during the French Revolution and was carried on through various systems by ...
September 29, 2021
The Battle Between Freedom and Socialism Has Been Fought Since America’s Founding
Commentary The end of this battle will determine our fate and that of our children and the future ...
August 26, 2021
The French Revolution Is Attacking the American Revolution
Commentary “That’s insane!” These days, how often do we say those words? The litany could go on and ...
March 7, 2021
Wesley J. Smith
Bastille Day, From Myth to Fable
Every so often something happens in human history that has massive repercussions, implications and effects out of all ...
July 8, 2020
The Purity Spiral Turns, as Courage Goes Missing
Commentary The journalist Gavin Haynes has a great phrase for a familiar and disturbing phenomenon: the purity spiral. ...
June 28, 2020
As America Fights ‘2nd French Revolution,’ Trump Needs to Seize the Moment
Commentary We have arrived at a state of near-anarchy in the formerly United States of America, now disunited ...
June 17, 2020
The True Origin of Left and Right
Commentary In previous articles, I’ve explained how we can achieve a better understanding of left and right. In ...
December 2, 2018
Postmodernism: How Nihilism Consumed the Left
Commentary We live in an era of pessimism and nihilism, when hope and purpose have been stripped from ...
September 25, 2018
The Bloody History of a Waxworks Museum: Madame Tussaud and Her Eerie Creations
Some of Madame Tussaud's first models were the severed heads left by the guillotine of the French Revolution.
February 19, 2015
Biden Meets With Finnish, Swedish Leaders, Offers Support for NATO Bids
DeSantis Braces for End of Title 42, Promising New Legislation
New York Times Falsely Reports Thousands of Children Have Died From COVID-Linked Syndrome
Canada Bans Huawei and ZTE From 5G Network on Security Grounds
Oz Keeps Lead as Vote Count Continues in Pennsylvania Senate Primary
(Gallery) America the Beautiful: Tour All 63 US National Parks
Lifestyle: Pucker Up, Bottoms Up: How to Turn Any Fruit Into a Shrub for the Most Refreshing DIY Drinks
China is ‘Pretty Good at Stealing’ Technology, NASA Chief Says
China’s Nuclear Buildup Likely Part of Strategy to Invade Taiwan: Defense Analyst
New Jersey Sued for Illegally Concealing Election Records Policy