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by | Feb 1, 2023

Odesa May 6, 1900 (Old Style) The crowd in Katerynynska Square grows larger with each passing moment, fed by a continuous stream of pedestrians making their way down Katerynynska Street, or up the sandstone steps of the Primorsky Stairs, toward…

by | Jan 25, 2023

Postjudice, a perfectly cromulent word, characterizes a reaction, extraordinary mostly in its ordinariness, to the elderly Asian man murdering 11 mostly older Asians at a Monterey Park, California, dance hall. “Was the shooting an act of anti-Asian bigotry?” University of…

by | Jan 24, 2023

Forgive me, dear readers. This past weekend, on Sunday, the Lord’s Day, the Women’s March recommenced in Washington, D.C., and your faithful correspondent, who in years past dutifully reported on the Women’s March, failed to notice. I am filing this…

by | Jan 17, 2023

The GOP-led House of Representatives passed a bill last week that, in CNN’s words, “would require health care providers to try to preserve the life of an infant in the rare case that a baby is born alive during or…

by | Dec 15, 2022

“Tough Love in a Demanding Family,” editorial cartoon by Shaomin Li for The American Spectator, Dec. 15, 2022.

by | Dec 5, 2022

Steven Mosher, author of Bully of Asia — a book that contends that the Chinese Communist Party under President Xi Jinping seeks to “continuously expand its power to achieve [global] hegemony” — recently reached out to four of his friends…

by | Nov 16, 2022

“I hope you have to watch everyone you love die of cancer you irredeemable, subhuman f**kstick.” So wrote the winsome Stephen in response to a piece I did for a Catholic publication that detailed the death of Pennsylvania as a…

by | Nov 2, 2022

Actress Anne Hathaway appeared on ABC’s The View this week to promote her films, including The Devil Wears Prada, a movie that is now 16 years old. The discussion quickly turned diabolical as Hathaway mused about the importance of killing…

by | Oct 31, 2022

Now that the 20th Chinese Communist Party congress is over and Xi Jinping has been “reelected” general secretary, the world can continue to focus on him again. But this focus is actually based on misunderstandings about the CCP and Xi…

by | Oct 13, 2022

We are approaching one of the horrible milestones in human history — the birth of the Gulag a century ago. Sometime during the autumn of 1922, Soviet officials decided to establish a system of forced labor camps for both political…

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