June


Mirbeau's Garden, the Terrace by Camille Pissarro

 

Why Orlando Mass Murder Was Predictable

by Peter McLoughlin

 

More of the Same: Hillary Clinton’s Foreign Policy Speech

by Rebecca Bynum

 

Renan Revisited by Theodore Dalrymple

 

The Incoherence of the Obama-Clinton Foreign Policy

by Conrad Black

 

Why Bernie Loses by G. Murphy Donovan

 

CAIR: “Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me”

by Hugh Fitzgerald

 

The Shakespearean Moment by David P. Gontar

 

The Myth of the Primeval Matriarchy by Emmet Scott

 

Convenience Conversions and an Inconvenient Truth

by Hugh Fitzgerald

 

Mahometanism, Ahmadi Islam and the Third Way

by Richard Butrick

 

He Said-They Said: Mahmoud Abbas October 14th speech, and the Mainstream Media

by Robert Harris

 

Israel at 68 - Growth, Progress, Prosperity and Defiance

by Norman Berdichevsky

 

Brexit to Brentrance: Why Britain Should Switch Membership from the EU for the EEU

by James Buckham

 

Brown University Around 1960 by Richard Kostelanetz

 

Why Johnny Still Can’t Write by Samuel Hux

 

Dog Day Afternoon by Theodore Dalrymple

 

Celebrity Seduction: Cosby, Clinton, Trump

by Richard Kostelanetz

 

Book Review:
 

A Note on Gossip by James Como
 


Short Stories:
 

Freedom is Academic by Timothy D. Lusch

 

Muhammad and Two Assassins Make Waraka ibn Nawfal Into a Metaphor

by A. Human Being



Poetry:


Antonia’s Song by Evelyn Hooven

 

Convergence by Bibhu Padhi

 

The Secretary-General's Lament by Brandon Marlon

 

What Do You Know? by Dilip Mohapatra

 

The Children of Sderot by David Solway

 

Cinema by Ankur Betageri

 

Journeys to Hell by András Mezei

translated by Thomas Ország-Land

 

Coffee Break by Sanjeev Sethi

 

 

 

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