Bernard Chapin

Bernard Chapin is a writer and psychologist living in Chicago and the author of Escape from Gangsta Island. He is currently at work on a book concerning women.

State of Humbug

 

Dr. Theodore Dalrymple (aka Anthony Daniels) is a retired English psychiatrist who spent most of his career working on the grounds of an urban prison, an experience that he chronicled in a regular, haunting column for the London Spectator. He recently retired to France but continues to write voluminously for outlets such as the Daily […]

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In the Words of Our Friend

 

Until recently, Jed Babbin was a contributing editor of The American Spectator and a mainstay of this site. Readers no doubt fondly remember and greatly miss his weekly “Loose Canons” column — which here makes a return guest appearance. He is a former Air Force JAG officer and served as a deputy undersecretary of defense […]

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Hillary’s Will to Power

 

Bay Buchanan has just released The Extreme Makeover of Hillary (Rodham) Clinton, a book that could not be more topical as it concerns a woman who could well be the next President of the United States. Hillaryana is all the rage as several other new books are coming out concerning her and will add to […]

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Is Demography Destiny?

 

Mark Steyn earned his place in the pantheon of magnificent conservative writers due to his personal ability, skill, and God-given wit — which turns out to be a highly unusual method for establishing oneself nowadays. After beginning as a theatre and film critic, he progressed to political commentary where he has become among the liveliest, […]

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Everything Bold Is New Again: An Interview with Jackie Mason

 

“Legend” has to be one of the most cliched words in the English language, but it’s difficult to get around it when you’re talking about Jackie Mason. This master of brilliant verbal irreverence is primarily known as a stand-up comic who has entertained sold-out venues for over forty years. He is also known as a […]

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Post Super Bowl Feminism

 

Feminists sometimes refer to the instance of their awakening as being a “click moment,” but the term is applicable to the average person as well. Many of us had such an experience while reading Who Stole Feminism: How Women Have Betrayed Women, learning that many of the statistics and slogans that radical activists have instilled […]

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Realpolitik: An Interview with John O’Sullivan.

 

John O’Sullivan is a leading conservative commentator. He served as a special adviser to Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and stood for Parliament in 1970. He is currently Editor-at-Large for National Review, co-chairman of the New Atlantic Initiative, Chicago Sun-Times columnist, and Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute. Previously, O’Sullivan was editor-in-chief for United Press International, […]

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