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No Shining Path by Bill Hartley In Peru, the latest accessory for a high profile police detainee is a bullet proof vest. A recent edition of El Comercio, the country’s main broadsheet newspaper, carried a front page photograph of David … Cymbalta dilated pupils side effects

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Interview with the Paleolibertarian

Interview with the Paleolibertarian Big League Politics meets Ilana Mercer BIG LEAGUE POLITICS: Being a preeminent paleolibertarian thinker today, how would you define paleolibertarianism and how does it differ from standard paleoconservatism? ILANA MERCER: First, let’s define libertarianism. Libertarianism is concerned … Continue reading

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Keeping up with the Kushners

Keeping up with the Kushners  by Ilana Mercer  In itself, criminal justice reform for non-violent offenders is not anathema to Trump’s libertarian supporters. For what it symbolizes in the broader political context, however, the passing of the First Step Act—as … Continue reading

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Their Best are Yet to Come

Their Best are Yet to Come by Ilana Mercer The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) used to trace outbreaks to Patient Zero, the index case—the first patient to get, then transmit, a disease. But is this government agency … Continue reading

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Let’s Mobilize Stone Throwers

Let’s Mobilize Stone Throwers By Ilana Mercer In the United States, even Customs and Border Protection apologizes for doing its job. CBP is supposed to “protect[s] the public from dangerous people and materials attempting to cross the border …” On … Continue reading

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The Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement

The Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement by Mark Wegierski It seemed, in the summer of 1987, that Brian Mulroney’s Progressive Conservative federal government was headed for one of the worst defeats in Canadian political history. In many of the 1986 and … Continue reading

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Rebarbarisation

Rebarbarisation Robert Gellately, The Oxford Illustrated History of the Third Reich, Oxford University Press, New York, 2018, pp. 383, reviewed by Gregory Slysz The number of books on the Third Reich or the Second World War could fill several libraries. So … Continue reading

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The Left Wants America to go Borderless

The Left Wants America to go Borderless By Ilana Mercer That’s the law. Nothing can be done about it. And that’s the left-liberal reaction to any rational action to stop the stampede of uneducated and unruly masses toward and over the … Continue reading

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Joseph Bonomi’s Temple of Horus

Joseph Bonomi’s Temple of Horus By Bill Hartley Travelling west out of Leeds railway station the traveller can see three towers close to the tracks. They bring a touch of the Italian renaissance to a Yorkshire city and are all … Continue reading

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A Thought Experiment

A Thought Experiment By Mark Wegierski The thought-experiment is a recognized form of obtaining insight, even in the hard sciences. Aldous Huxley, who died on November 22, 1963, would probably have appreciated a hypothetical situation like the one below. Let … Continue reading

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