For the West to Live, “Equality” Must Die

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke12/8/18
Equality is the chief faux virtue of our time. Our obsession with it brings to mind the great G.K. Chesterton’s observation, “The business of Progressives is to go on making mistakes. The business of Conservatives is to prevent mistakes from being corrected.” More » • (18 views)

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American’t: From Midterms to End Times

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke11/20/18
Truly great disasters come like a thief in the night. How many foresaw Rome’s sacking in 410 A.D., her collapse 66 years later, WWI or WWII? As for today, how many see that the United States is at what some call a tipping point, what others may call a Fourth Turning? More » • (120 views)

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Ambiguity, the Chevron Doctrine, Kavanaugh, and ‘Birthright Citizenship’

by Jon N. Hall11/18/18
Though it may be the envy of the free world, America’s legal system is not perfect. One of the reasons for its imperfection is that our laws are written with imperfect language. And what are laws if not language? More » • (95 views)

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Death by Woman

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke11/10/18
Suffrage to Suffering: Women Empowered Democrats in Midterms  •  Well, ladies, you did it again. No, not all of you. But here’s the reality: If only men had voted this election, the GOP would have held the House and picked up some seats. More » • (111 views)

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Synagogue Carnage

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke11/1/18
Other Than the Shooter, Who is Responsible for Synagogue Carnage?  •  After the tragic Saturday shooting that claimed 11 lives at a Pittsburgh synagogue, there has been, lamentably, a predictable response. Seizing upon the incident, leftists are blaming President Trump and his supporters for creating a “climate of hate.” More » • (47 views)

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The Electoral College: The only way to keep our Republic

by Pat Tarzwell   10/26/18
The Journal recently had an article which featured an interview with Amy Davis from the League of Women Voters.  This article starts with a fallacy in the title and is followed by numerous factual errors. More » • (97 views)

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Post-Confirmation Musings

by Jon N. Hall10/23/18
The Midterm Elections in the Wake of Kavanaugh’s Confirmation  •  Senate hearings are rarely “must-see TV” for this kid. Such hearings are often tedious and can serve as just an excuse for senators to showboat in their bids for the presidency. More » • (78 views)

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Stealth Censorship

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke10/23/18
Is “Statistics Shadowbanning” the Latest Big-Tech Salvo Against Conservatives?  •  With perhaps the most significant midterm election in decades nigh, big tech’s censorship of conservatives has kicked into high gear. More » • (50 views)

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The Uncanny Union of Kermit and Miss Maggie

Abortion3by Glenn Fairman10/11/18
“The most merciful thing that a large family does to one of its infant members is to kill it.” — Margaret Sanger  •  As I write, inside Room 304 of a Philadelphia courthouse there sits a 72 year old bespectacled grandfatherly type who by all accounts sits smiling with an air of cool reserve as an avalanche of testimony from former patients and employees brings his unspeakable deeds to the sterile light of day. More » • (1080 views)

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To Deal with Leftists, Imagine You’re Confronting Satan

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke10/11/18
If you’re a conned-servative who gets sand thrown in your eyes, your kneecaps kicked off and slashed with a broken bottle and then still fights the next time by Queensberry rules, this article isn’t for you. More » • (112 views)

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Blasey Ford’s Curious Omission

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke10/1/18
There was something curiously missing from Professor Christine Blasey Ford’s Thursday Senate testimony, something quite relevant to her basic claims. Please consider the following segment from her testimony about the alleged (circa) 1982 sexual assault by SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh: More » • (153 views)

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Advise and Consent

by Deana Chadwell9/21/18
Any thinking person today is hearing alarms going off in all directions over the Kavanaugh accusations. It’s obvious that this is all dirty politics; we can see that in the timing, in the fussiness about Ford testifying, in the nasty rhetoric that swirls in poisonous clouds throughout Washington. But the problem is much deeper. More » • (331 views)

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