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Roger Scruton on Beauty

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Editor’s note: I’ve seen several tributes to Roger Scruton, who died a few days ago, here is one worth reading — here are John Stonestreet and Shane Morris: ‘A Path that Leads to Home’…

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For Trump, Iran Is the Crucible

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By Chris Mills: Like never before, the president risks the dark. There are two main interpretations of the Trump era in American politics. The first holds that the past four-and-a-half-years, since Trump’s de facto…

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What Is ‘Fair’?

By The Editor

A new video from Prager University: “Fairness” has become a Progressive obsession. The childhood lament, “it’s not fair!” is now a common refrain among many adults. No political discussion seems complete without someone insisting…

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Trump’s Counterpunching as Grand Strategy

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By Brandon J. Weichert: The president is leaving Iran, Iraq, and Syria to their own self-destructive devices while he empowers U.S. allies in the region and focuses on defending actual American interests. President Donald…

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Heroes of 2019, Left and Right

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By Mark Tapson: Who defined us in the past year? The end of one year and the beginning of another is a natural time for reflection, both personally and culturally, and one way to…

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Don’t Pray Unarmed

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By Marina Medvin: So many hate attacks have taken place in American houses of worship. Religiously-dressed Jews have been senselessly attacked on the streets. The pious are an easy target because they love their…

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What Was the Enlightenment?

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A new video from Prager University: The European Enlightenment of the 18th century introduced the world to modern science, economics, medicine, and political freedom – or so we’re told. But is what we’re told…

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