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In the Rear View Mirror (Redux)

Speaking of the UChicago and such things always makes me a bit nostalgic for the Region, and I’m just going to go with it today. It seems we run this article every once in a while, and I like it. As Mary Hopkins sang long ago, “Those were the Days”. Well, it’s been an interesting […]

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The Price of Freedom

Image via Wikipedia I wrote this back in 2012 and I think it’s worth a revisit. Let’s start with a song, shall we: Keep that in mind, we’ll be coming back to it. As I sit here in my office, looking out the window, I can see 7 of the great American migration routes, from […]

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The Rise Of Progressivism And Administrative Agency In American History

mm Ronald J. Pestritto, dean of the graduate school of statesmanship at Hillsdale College, joined The Federalist Radio Hour to discuss the rise of progressivism in American history and it’s role in shaping our government and modern politicians. Pestritto’s research on the birth of American progressivism has lead him across the party lines as well […]

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Who should rule Syria? Nobody

Here’s a bit of common sense: The long civil war in Syria is still far from conclusion. Any real possibility of rebel victory ended with the entry of Russian forces last autumn — but while the initiative is now with the Assad regime, the government’s forces are also far from a decisive breakthrough. So who, […]

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Of Trump and Men

Last Tuesday, Donald Trump delivered a speech in West Bend, Wisconsin. It was described as a speech on Law and Order, which it was, but it was more. It was directed primarily at the black community that the Democrats so take for granted. I’ll include the video, but here are some excerpts. The violence, riots […]

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Thoughts On Z-Blog’s “On Being Revolting In The Modern Age”

This has been on my mind, as well. From the Adaptive Curmudgeon. Still here? OK then I’ll start. The Z-Blog posted wise thoughts in On Being Revolting in the Modern Age: “Certainly voting for Trump sends a message, but messages need a sender and a receiver. If the people on the other end refuse to acknowledge the message being […]

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