Daily Archives: April 16, 2017

Andrew Michta on ‘The Deconstruction of the West’

Andrew Michta, dean of the College of International and Security Studies at the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies, discusses “The Deconstruction of the West”: Today, in the wake of decades of group identity politics and the attendant … Continue reading

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Skerry: “Opposing Immigration Wasn’t Always Racist”

In (of all places) The Boston Globe, professor Peter Skerry notes that “Opposing immigration wasn’t always racist”: While liberals and progressives have stopped short of endorsing open borders, they’ve come to treat opposition to illegal immigration and constraints on illegal … Continue reading

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Charles Murray: Accusations vs. Evidence

In “Charles Murray’s ‘Provocative’ Talk”, two Cornell professors have been allowed by the NYT to basically destroy the argument that Charles Murray is a ‘racist’ or that his attempted speech last month at Middlebury College was ‘racist’ or otherwise not … Continue reading

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Breitbart’s Kushner Radio Silence: Day 6

Today is Day 6 of there not being a single story critical of Kushner on Breitbart, which means you have to go to leftwing sites like Vanity Fair to read the latest on the West Wing’s palace intrigue: Kushner has reportedly described … Continue reading

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