I congratulated a well-known conservative journalist for bringing up “multiculturalism” as an obstacle to defeating jihadism. His (misunderstood) response shocked me, for he declared that he was defending a “common culture” against the presumed divisiveness of “multiculturalism.” Some organic conservatives (including “liberals”) will agree with admirers of Edmund Burke and Russell Kirk. 629 more words
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On Jan 17, 1893, a group of US businessmen, backed by the bayonets of the U.S. Marines from “USS Boston,” staged a coup d’etat in Honolulu, overthrew by force the Hawaiian Queen, and stole the Islands from the native Hawaiians… 1,391 more words
China’s president Xi Jinping, has vowed to crack down on both “tigers” and “flies” – powerful leaders and lowly bureaucrats – in his campaign against corruption and petty officialdom… 488 more words
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“…The American Constitution resolved the problems of “inclusiveness” and “pluralism”. It recognized the obvious, that viewpoints are plural, but that truth is singular…But the American founding fathers recognized that the authority for their rights to freedom were not dependent on their constitution, but rather that God had granted those rights, and that the constitution was a statement of those principles which God had already granted. 327 more words
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Mark Levin, radio talk show host: My reaction is that Farrakhan is a violent, hateful, racist anti-Semite. And the fact that the president of the United States didn’t denounce those comments, the fact that the attorney general of the United States didn’t denounce those comments, the fact that not a single Democrat went to the floor of the House or the floor of the Senate and denounced that man and what he stands for, and not even a Republican, as far as I know, is unbelievable to me.