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The Opposite Of Patriotism
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The Opposite Of Patriotism

BY JOE CONASON Vindication is not always a happy feeling, not when the nation is at such grave risk. In years past, I’ve often devoted my Fourth of July column to observing that the right has no monopoly on patriotism. The Tories of the Revolutionary era, who demanded loyalty to the British throne, were the…

What’s In Your Glovebox?
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What’s In Your Glovebox?

BY DAVID PERRYMAN “Ladies and gentlemen: the story you are about to read is true. Only the names have been changed to protect the innocent.” For the better part of 30 years, Jack Webb as Detective Joe Friday in Dragnet  brought realistic law enforcement first to radio and later to television with each and every…

Enemies Of Our Enemies
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Enemies Of Our Enemies

BY DAVID PERRYMAN The ancient idea that “The Enemy of My Enemy is My Friend” is widely considered to be an old Arab proverb. But in truth, it can actually be traced to the military strategy writings of an Indian named Kautilya who is often referred to as the “Indian Machiavelli.” Kautilya’s 4th century BC treatise…

Economic Hierarchies Require Collaborators
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Economic Hierarchies Require Collaborators

BY GARY EDMONDSON In the May 2018, issue of The Atlantic, Matthew Stewart published an essay on what he called the New Aristocracy. What he was speculating on has now become front-page news via the college admission cheating scandal. An opponent of corporate socialism, crony capitalism and all self-anointed elites, I was pleased to see someone…

Most Dangerous Man
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Most Dangerous Man

First Of Two Parts BY SHARON MARTIN The most dangerous man in America thinks being gay is a choice. He believes the high rate of suicide among young gay people is because they are fighting nature and are in torment. Doesn’t sound like much of a choice, does it? He and others like him pile on…

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