The Iconoclast

American Democracy Is in Extremis

October 04, 2022
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Conrad Black

by Conrad Black The 900-pound gorilla lurking in every voting place in America as we enter the last month before the midterm elections is the fact that the national political […]

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VARIATIONS ON A THEME OF RACE

October 03, 2022
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Ralph Berry

MP Rupa Huq and Chancellor Kwasi Karteng by Ralph Berry Rarely does a tribune of the Left commit an outright blunder on race, as distinct from the seamless nonsense which […]

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How to Be a Post-Prince?

October 03, 2022
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Bruce Bawer

What to do when grandmother takes your title away. The Danish royal family in happier days, Queen Margrethe II’s 70th birthday, April 16, 2010 by Bruce Bawer This is I, […]

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Russ Cooper interviews Diane Weber Bederman

October 03, 2022
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New English Review Press

Diane Weber Bederman discusses her latest book “Bullies of Woke and Their Assault on Mental Health” and spares no horses as she does so. Always controversial and critical of the […]

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At the Feast of Tabernacles

October 02, 2022
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Rebecca Bynum

Christ and the Woman Taken in Adultery by Nicolas Poussin, 1653 The Urantia Book, paper 162: 162:0.1 (1788.1) WHEN Jesus started up to Jerusalem with the ten apostles, he planned to […]

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Raven’s End

October 02, 2022
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Theodore Dalrymple

by Theodore Dalrymple On October 11, 1949—the day I was born—a man named Daniel Raven, aged 23, was arrested in a north London suburb and charged with the murder the […]

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Schizophrenia at the Law Desk of the New York Times

October 01, 2022
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Lev Tsitrin

by Lev Tsitrin This is annoying. The New York Times prides itself on being a fact-based publication — yet when writing about judiciary, it deliberately keeps looking away from the […]

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A Chocolate Box Menagerie by Paul Freeman

October 01, 2022

New English Review Press is pleased to announce the publication of our forty fifth title: A Chocolate Box Menagerie by Paul Freeman. An excellent Christmas gift for children of all ages. A […]

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A Slip of the Tongue

September 30, 2022
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Theodore Dalrymple

Rupa Huq, MP by Theodore Dalrymple A member of the British parliament called Rupa Huq was once a university teacher of sociology and criminology, and may therefore be assumed to […]

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State Department corruption matches Justice Department corruption

September 30, 2022
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Steve Hecht

Thelma Aldana and Juan Francisco Sandoval by Steve Hecht Justice Department (DOJ) persecution of political opponents and protection of allies makes a mockery of State Department (DOS) anticorruption initiatives abroad. […]

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At least 23 dead after suicide bomb blast at educational center in Kabul

September 30, 2022
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Esmerelda Weatherwax

Kabul, Afghanistan CNN —  A suicide bomb attack on an education center in Kabul has killed at least 23 people, most of whom are believed to be young women, in the […]

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Blonde on Netflix

September 30, 2022
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Rebecca Bynum

by Rebecca Bynum The new Marilyn Monroe biopic on Netflix is excellent in my opinion and Netflix should be commended for bucking woke Hollywood in releasing this now. Based on […]

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In Google’s Bad Books

September 30, 2022
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Theodore Dalrymple

by Theodore Dalrymple Censorship veers between the sinister and the farcical. Perhaps it reached its apogee of farce in the trial of Penguin Books in England in 1960, which had […]

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Are Tennessee (and Many Other) Public Libraries ‘Grooming’ Our Children?

September 30, 2022
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Roger L. Simon

Children’s books containing transgender and homosexual content on display at the library in Columbia, Tennessee. by Roger L. Simon Public libraries are intended to be taxpayer-sponsored facilities for the education […]

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Monads

September 30, 2022
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Kirby Olson

by Kirby Olson   In a short book called Lyotard and the Inhuman, I found an unsettling description of monads. A monad thus is “a self-contained entity oblivious to everything […]

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Intelligent Persons, on Both Sides of the American Political Feud, Are Acting Like Idiots

September 28, 2022
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Conrad Black

Ken Burns Suggests Nazism Is Intruding Into Our Political Conduct The governor of New York, and future president, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, at Albany in 1930. by Conrad Black Mark Levin, […]

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