Lessons from History
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Lessons from History
When Immigration and Affirmative Action Collide

Mass immigration and widespread affirmative action are deeply in tension, and ultimately set to destroy one another.

Lessons from History
Breaking at NYT: Communists Were Anti-American Soviet Tools

It will be interesting to read the pieces that come out 25 to 50 years too late as the august Gray Lady awakens to other important news.

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This Fourth of July, Remember the Seventh of March

Daniel Webster’s poignant brief for a Republic threatened with dismemberment just two generations after its founding.

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NYT Worries: Babies from Poor Mothers Are Expensive

The roots of the birth control movement in eugenics is one of the dirty secrets of modern progressivism.

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Donald Trump’s New World Order

What a Kissinger-inspired strategy might look like.

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