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Since the French Revolution, left-wing politics have been essentially about revenge
By Chilton Williamson, Jr.
Even his own voters found him too inconsequential to blame
Ceremony comes naturally to the British; Americans are suspicious of it
Can democracy in the West survive its attenuation in the US and UK?
He and the Soviet government, not the West, brought about the downfall of the USSR
She longs for the Republican Party of the first decade of the twenty-first century
One of its directors calls for vigilante action against white Republicans
At least Trump won’t go down in the history books as ‘Don’ or ‘Donnie’
For its defeated representative-at-large, Wyoming and its interests have been of small importance in her ascent to greater things
The establishment and her father swoop in, but Wyoming will have its revenge
Postmodern man is characterized by an obsession with technique and technology
Is the historical American culture being diluted, weakened and transformed by multiculturalism?
The Wyoming congresswoman is on a mission to destroy her own party
The New Atheists called down fire and brimstone on the godly everywhere
Sinclair Lewis’s 1922 novel Babbitt is both a prophecy and a warning for America in the next century
Cormac McCarthy, brutal but brilliant
Chilton Williamson, Jr.
A Cheney imperiled
Russia is the West’s great tragedy
Liz Cheney is running scared in Wyoming
Are you tired of experts?
The march of the ‘experts’
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