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From Fred Schwarz:

This week’s issue of The Economist has an article explaining how Britain’s Labour party is “besotted with Uncle Sam.” This surprised me, because NR’s resident British expat, Charlie Cooke, no Labourite he, has also been effusive in his…

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Leftism

The American Mind: Video: Charles Kessler Interviewing Dennis Prager: "The Religion of the Left"

This post was originally posted at The New Democrat on Blogger

Just to sort of point out the obvious. There is no one religion of the Left and Dennis Prager doesn’t seem to understand that because his idea of a leftist is essentially a Communist, or other some type of collectivist statist on the Left who sees the role of government to protect and take care of people to look after the general welfare of everyone. 216 more words

Opinion

The American Mind: Video: Charles Kessler Interviewing Dennis Prager: "The Religion of the Left"

This post was originally posted at The New Democrat on Blogger

Just to sort of point out the obvious. There is no one religion of the Left and Dennis Prager doesn’t seem to understand that because his idea of a leftist is essentially a Communist, or other some type of collectivist statist on the Left who sees the role of government to protect and take care of people to look after the general welfare of everyone. 216 more words

Opinion

New York Times reporter urges "ruthless" elimination of dissent from gay agenda

National Review talks about a very striking tweet from a leftist New York Times reporter. (This is why I call them “leftist”)

Excerpt:

Last night, …

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News

It's Complicated: Palestine and Leftist Identity

In case you’ve missed it, Israel is going at it in Gaza again. It is awful. Something like 500 inhabitants of the Gaza strip, almost all Palestinians, have been killed. 2,400 more words

COMMENTARIAL SYMPTOMS, Or Why I’m no Longer a 'Leftist'

I can’t remember when exactly I first began to question my ‘Leftist’, or ‘Progressive,’ philosophical commitments. The reasons were entirely epistemic; but I’ll be talking more about that in what follows. 2,097 more words