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Rattle On (May News Digest)

Rattle On (May News Digest)

With the world aflame, it’s only appropriate that our periodical digest of immigration and cultural news returns. Starting off in the States, we find that Michelle Root, after a heartfelt meeting with Donald Trump, has decided to throw her support behind his candidacy. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the case, Michelle...
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Voting Against Self-Erasure

  Update: Anne Marie Waters makes a salient point. If you’re going to speak the truth, speak it boldly. The progressive smear machine will consign you to the outer darkness in any case, so it’s just as well you don’t mince words.  While I can’t say I share Mr. Condell’s faith in the democratic...
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Not So Useful Idiots

Not So Useful Idiots

Although the ferocity of the Never Trump protests has diminished-in tandem with the Great Red Hope’s impending demise-that doesn’t mean the regressive left has quietly retired from the public sphere. A slightly more sedate Communist rally was held last Sunday within Union Square to commemorate what I like to call fascist Christmas.
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A Mother’s Grief

On the day when we celebrate the women who gave us birth, it’s worth remembering that many mothers are grieving the loss of a child, or several children, instead of basking in their loving embrace. One of those women is Sabine Durden, whose son Dominic was taken from her by a previously deported criminal...
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Walk To End Lupus

Walk To End Lupus

Next Saturday The Lupus Foundation of America will hold its annual walk in New York City. As most of you probably know, I care about this issue on a personal level and have tried to spread awareness of this disease to people who might not otherwise be aware of its impact upon society.
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The Delusions Of Dump Trump

The Delusions Of Dump Trump

Update: Neil Munro explores Speaker Paul Ryan’s bizarre Republican trinity. I had the pleasure of attending an informal discussion held by writer/political pundit Fred Barnes recently, where the topics ranged from his biography of Jack Kemp-co-written with McLaughlin Group colleague Morton Kondracke-to his thoughts on the presidential candidacy of Donald Trump. Taking place prior...
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May Day Melee

May Day Melee

Although once known as a day of euphoric celebration in pre-Christian pagan cultures, May Day commemorations are now reserved almost exclusively for Marxist outpourings of grievance and violent riots by entrenched labor unions and disgruntled trustafarians. While I would prefer the day be dedicated to the over hundred million victims of Communism, that seems...
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Decrypting Media Code (Tommy Robinson Explainer)

Leave it to Gavin McInnes to give us an overview of the latest persecution of an English patriot which is both edifying and hilarious. He has pinned down the animating force behind the media-driven vilification of men like Tommy Robinson and those who populate the English Defense League, which is in large measure a...
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American Voices

This site has not endorsed a candidate in this presidential election, even as the primary season draws to a close. What’s more, the idea of investing your hope in a politician-however charismatic or sincere he may seem-is something that I instinctually and categorically reject. Even those who maintain that Trump is the best available...
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The Chronicles of A Muslim Reformer

The Chronicles of A Muslim Reformer

I’ve always loved memoir as a art form, chiefly because it captures universal emotions through the expression of unique experiences and observations. It allows someone who had a completely different upbringing-from being raised as a child, to schooling, to language-to empathize with the life of the author. It also reveals to us how variegated...
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