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by | Apr 11, 2021

What happens when an irresistible army meets the unmovable people? We may find out in Burma. The Southeast Asian country…

by | Mar 11, 2021

So in the Libyan fable it is told That once an eagle, stricken with a dart, Said, when he saw…

by | Jan 22, 2021

January 20, when Joe Biden was sworn in as president, came as a shock to many right-minded activists. Hapless evangelicals…

by | Jan 22, 2021

Alabama’s late Democrat Gov. George Wallace was notorious for his racist ways. Aside from standing in the schoolhouse door of…

by | Jan 10, 2021

Washington One thing the right always had claim to was the belief that — unlike Black Lives Matter and social…

by | Dec 27, 2020

How long must the South be chastised for its history? For the editors of the New York Times, apparently, the…

by | Nov 26, 2020

This has been the strangest year that I can remember. We are isolated, discouraged, and exhausted. We are divided and…

by | Aug 27, 2020

A previous entry in this space, written after an active-duty Army sergeant moonlighting as an Uber driver in Austin shot…

by | Jul 11, 2020

After a war, even one fought for the highest of principles, civilized people long to return to civilian life. Good…

by | Jun 15, 2020

The shocking killing of George Floyd has triggered a social tsunami, sweeping all before it. Among the most dramatic impacts…

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