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by and | Oct 2, 2022

Gunnar Myrdal vs. Friedrich Hayek. There stood a pair of leading heavyweights — a Swede and an Austrian — who were nothing alike. They went into the ring with radically different ideas and theories about the “dismal science” (not to…

by | Aug 30, 2022

Mikhail Gorbachev, a communist to the end, died at 91 on Tuesday. “The Soviet collapse was not Mr. Gorbachev’s goal, but it may be his greatest legacy,” reads the Washington Post’s obituary. “It brought to an end a seven-decade experiment born…

by | Apr 20, 2022

Wednesday What the heck is going on? In the incredibly brave Ukrainian people we have a nation which will fight to the last man, to the last bullet, for its freedom. We have seen so many people we have helped…

by | Apr 7, 2022

“The booty is enormous!” So savored Leon Trotsky, rubbing his covetous hands and salivating at the Russian Orthodox Church’s cache of “fabulous treasures.” He and Vladimir Lenin greedily eyed up the gems. Lenin was furious when the Church wouldn’t give…

by | Mar 5, 2022

Dead Man Doddering doddered his way through the State of the Union, thanks to dosing Razadyne and Aducanumab, and I would pay good money to hear him try to get that word out of his mouth.   He even managed…

by | Jun 22, 2021

On June 22 80 years ago, Germany launched Operation Barbarossa, invading the Soviet Union in a war that stretched along an 1800-mile front. Less than four years later, the Red Army captured a ruined Berlin. Much of Central and Eastern…

by | Jun 1, 2021

Black Lives Matter founder Patrisse Cullors has been in the news a lot lately because of controversy over her income and financial dealings, including recent purchases of several new homes. Cullors lashed out at these criticisms by protesting, “The fact…

by | Jan 31, 2021

The day of the Biden inaugural, President Trump’s splendid 1776 Commission, a robust response to infantile progressivism’s juvenile 1619 Project, was ditched by the new White House. It was hauled away with the bust of Winston Churchill.  If that wasn’t…

by | Aug 14, 2020

This is a season of distress. American observers cannot resist comparing it to the spring and summer of 1968 in Chicago and New York. Or you might want to recall the autumn of 1969 with its singular, legislatively attainable aim….

by | Aug 8, 2020

My father instilled in me the love of freedom of thought and ideas. A staunch anti-communist and Eisenhower Republican, he thought it a good thing when I wanted to read The Communist Manifesto.  “That’s how we are better than they…

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