Daily Archives: March 9, 2018

Michael Brendan Dougherty: “Confiscating the Nation”

Writing in NR (of all places), Michael Brendan Dougherty has a rather bold piece titled “Confiscating the Nation”. The opening salvo: If post-nationalists succeed in deconstructing national loyalties, they will find that loyalties based on blood or creed come roaring … Continue reading

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Another Wrinkle

Of A Wrinkle In Time, even liberal Richard Brody has some reservations: Whereas L’Engle’s book is replete with explicit Christian citations, the movie offers no overt religious references, not even any overt spirituality (other than a passing reference to faith … Continue reading

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Italy’s First Black Senator is a Rightwinger

Toni Iwobi, Italy’s first black senator, is a member of The League (aka the rightwing party currently led by Matteo Salvini.) Go figure: Iwobi, who owns an IT company, came to Italy in the late 1970s to study in Perugia. … Continue reading

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Globalist Steven Pinker vs. Identity Politics

In The Weekly Standard, globalist Adam Rubenstein interviews fellow globalist Steven Pinker on the topic of identity politics. Early in the interview, Pinker let’s out this howler: Identity politics is the syndrome in which people’s beliefs and interests are assumed … Continue reading

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