Evan Maguire

Evan Maguire is a student at American University and a Young Writers Program participant.

Terror Attacks Rock Indonesia’s Oppressed Christian Community

 

Last Sunday was marred by one of the bloodiest days in Indonesia in over a decade. Over a twenty-four-hour period, a dozen or so members of Jamaah Ansharut Daulah, an ISIS-affiliated group, carried out attacks on churches and a police station in Surabaya. The first attacks were carried out in quick succession on a Catholic, […]

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A Toxic Lack of Masculinity in Toronto

 

Last Monday, the peaceful streets of Toronto were terrorized when a van crashed into pedestrians, killing ten and injuring over a dozen others. In the past few years, there have been numerous attacks using vehicles to terrorize innocents. Attacks struck the cities of New York, Barcelona, Nice, London, Paris, Stockholm, and Berlin and were in the […]

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A Hero’s Sacrifice: Arnaud Beltrame

 

Last Friday morning, the small towns of Carcassonne and Trèbes in southern France were terrorized for several hours. The terror started when a local criminal hijacked a car in Carcassonne, killing the driver. He then began shooting at off-duty police officers, injuring one of them. After this, the attacker drove to Trèbes and held up […]

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Free Speech is Dead in Britain

 

Britain is  one of the most classically liberal countries in the world. British thinkers such as John Locke and Thomas Paine paved the way for creating a free society here in the United States. Britain has long been an advocate for ideals such as just rule, civil rights, and free speech. Unfortunately, free speech has […]

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Populist Surge in Historic Italian Election

 

Sunday marked a historic election for the Italian Republic. While the results were similar to what was projected, they bring a major shift and uncertainty to the nation, and the European Union as a whole. In this election, no party or existing coalition was able to meet the 40% threshold to form a government. Despite […]

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Young Conservatives Took the Stage at CPAC

 

From February 22nd to 24th, close to ten thousand conservatives of all stripes descended on National Harbor, Maryland for CPAC. This year the conference was remarkable in a variety of ways. Both the president and vice president spoke, Pence on Thursday and Trump on Friday. This was the first time that a sitting president spoke […]

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Millions Flee Socialist Paradise of Venezuela

 

According to the United Nations Refugee Agency, there are over sixty-five million displaced people worldwide.  One crisis of mass migration that hasn’t gotten much attention, but certainly should, is from the Marxist paradise of Venezuela to anywhere else, but mostly their neighbors. Since Hugo Chavez was elected president in 1998, three million Venezuelans have left […]

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Hijab Hate Crime Hoax in Toronto Is Latest of Many

 

In Toronto last Friday, an 11-year-old Muslim girl was reportedly walking to school when an unidentified male attacker ran up behind her, ripped off her jacket and cut her hijab open with a pair of scissors before running off. The attack was so widely reported that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau condemned the act, stating that […]

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American History Tellers: Helping Us Understand Our History.

 

At the theater last month I overheard a mother speaking to her young daughter about theaters and presidents. The mother said, “A president, Thomas Jefferson, got assassinated in an old theater like this one.” The girl said that she didn’t know that. Her mother was surprised she hadn’t learned about it in school. It was […]

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Russia and the United States Work Together to Foil St. Petersburg Terror Plot

 

Last Sunday, Vladimir Putin called President Trump to thank him for CIA information that was used to foil a terror plot in St. Petersburg. A terror cell associated with ISIS was planning to attack the Kazan Cathedral, as well as other popular locations in the city, they were thankfully stopped. This April, another ISIS-affiliated terrorist […]

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