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March 26, 2015
Charles Mills examines the deeper meaning of “give us this day our daily bread” in Our Daily Bread

March 20, 2015
Joe Sobran examines the charge of bigotry against Judge Sam Alito in The Heyday of Kennedyism

March 13, 2015
Christopher Manion discusses George . Bush’s war, and scandals in the Church in A Time for Truth

March 5, 2015
The Urban Conservative reviews Judge James Buckley’s new book, “How to Save Congress from Itself”

March 3, 2015
John McManus examines the lives of Charles Rice and Theodore Hesburgh in Two Polar Opposites from Notre Dame

February 26, 2015
Part Two of Joe Sobran’s classic essay, For Fear of the Jews

February 23, 2015
Part One of Joe Sobran’s classic essay, For Fear of the Jews

February 20, 2015
Sam Francis pondered: So What If Thurmond (Or Goldwater) Had Been Elected?

February 13, 2015
Allan Brownfeld writes on Hollywood Traitors: Screenwriters Promoted Both Stalin and Hitler as World War II Approached

February 6, 2015
Charles Mills decries the latest federal land grab in Liberals Declare Economic War on Alaska

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Paul Craig Roberts

Third Order of St. Dominic

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January 29, 2015
Charles Mills examines the mission of the country's oldest federal law enforcement agency in The Secret Service

January 23, 2015
Charles Mills looks at disastrous policies that have caused irreparable damage in Cuba, Iran, and Syria in Unintended Consequences

January 21, 2015
Pro-choice advocates speak in evasive, vague euphemisms rather than describe what happens in an abortion. See Joe Sobran's The Missing Word

January 13, 2015
Allan Brownfeld examines Political Correctness: The Major Threat To Free Speech in American Society

January 9, 2015
Joe Sobran writes that usurpation of judicial power have been stymied by the impeachment of Earl Warren in Brown Reconsidered

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Our Daily Bread
by Charles G. Mills
March 26
, 2015

GLEN COVE, NY — In the traditional English version of the Lord’s Prayer, we pray, “Give us this day our daily bread.” But this phrase has a deeper meaning than the translation conveys.
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The Heyday of Kennedyism
by Joe Sobran
March 26
, 2015

[Classic: 1/12/2006] — I’m not sure if I ever actually met Sam Alito at Princeton. It’s hard to recognize a guy when the last time you saw him he was wearing a sheet.
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A Time for Truth
by Christopher Manion
March 13
, 2015

FRONT ROYAL, VA — If there is one common theme in the religious, cultural, and political collapse which we see all around us, it is cowardice.
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Senator Jim Buckley’s Book Pinpoints How to Save Congress from Itself: A book review
by Herbert W. Stupp
March 5
, 2015

NEW YORK, NY — “TThere is no line in the budget… for waste, fraud, and abuse…” that we can easily vote to eliminate. At a committee hearing in June 1981, former U.S. Senator Pete Domenici (R-NM), may have been the first to publicly enunciate this truism. But New York’s former U.S. Senator, James L. Buckley (C-R-NY), brings us real solutions for reining in waste, excessive federal spending, and a national debt now exceeding $18 trillion…

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Two Polar Opposites from Notre Dame
by John F. McManus
March 3
, 2015

APPLETON, WI — Former Notre Dame President Father Theodore Hesburgh passed away on February 26th at age 97. One day earlier, veteran Notre Dame Law School Professor Charles E. Rice died at 83. The two men spent most of the lives at the famous university in Indiana but the roles they played were remarkably different.

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“For Fear of the Jews”
(Part Two)

by Joe Sobran
February 26
, 2015

Publisher’s Note: Below is the second part of Joe Sobran’s infamous essay, For Fear of the Jews. If you missed part one, you can read it here.

[CLASSIC, August 2002] — The strength of Western law has always been its insistence on definition. When we want to minimize an offense, say murder or burglary, we define it as clearly as possible. We want judge and jury to know exactly what the charge means, not only to convict the guilty but, also, just as important, to protect the innocent.
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“For Fear of the Jews”
(Part One)

by Joe Sobran
February 23
, 2015

Publisher’s Note: To commemorate the 69th anniversary of Joe Sobran’s birth today, we are publishing one of his most famous essays. Below is part one of two parts.



[CLASSIC, August 2002] — The news that I would be addressing the Institute of Historical Review came to some people as ... well, news. It was mentioned in the Jewish newspaper Forward and on the Zionist Wall Street Journal Online.

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So What If Thurmond (Or Goldwater)
Had Been Elected? 

A classic by Sam Francis
February 20
, 2015

[CLASSIC, 12/12/2002] — For one brief shining moment, it was beginning to look like Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott was taking hormone shots.

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