The Iconoclast

Compared to What?

July 19, 2024
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G. Murphy Donovan

By G Murphy Donovan “Less is more.” – van der Rohe Donald J. Trump is often his own worst enemy. The recent assassination attempt followed the Republican convention in  Milwaulkee […]

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Defending the Reconquista at New College

July 19, 2024
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Bruce Gilley

A revealing Twitter exchange shows the necessity of rebuilding Florida’s liberal-arts school. By Bruce Gilley The decision by Florida governor Ron DeSantis in 2023 to oust the radicals controlling the […]

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They Will Try Again

July 19, 2024
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Armando Simón

By Armando Simón I was going to refrain from writing about the assassination attempt on Trump. I honestly was, but there are too many things that need to be hammered home. […]

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A Modern Colossus: Donald Trump

July 19, 2024
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Bruce Bawer

A man in full By Bruce Bawer Donald Trump promised an end to the long era of clandestine Deep State power that began with the assassination of JFK, an event […]

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Can We Let the Voters Decide—Not the FBI, CIA, DOJ, Lawyers, Prosecutors, and Judges?

July 18, 2024
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Victor Davis Hanson

By Victor Davis Hanson When Donald Trump seemed to have a lock on the 2016 Republican primary, the Democratic Party concluded that the people could not be counted on to […]

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Surprise: Trump and Vance offer a high comfort level for Europeans

July 18, 2024
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Conrad Black

By Conrad Black The average European reader is apt to be more mystified than usual by recent political developments in the United States. President Trump’s popularity will undoubtedly have risen […]

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Politically, Trump Had Already Effectively Won Election When He Began To Speak on Saturday

July 18, 2024
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Conrad Black

The country will remember his alert action when he realized that he had been shot and it will rightly remember his undaunted response even before he had left the podium […]

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The Irony of Our Current Censorship (Is Subsidiarity Flooding In?)

July 17, 2024
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Carl Nelson

By Carl Nelson “What censorship? I haven’t heard anything about censorship? “– a Facebook posting Prior to the ham-handed censorship of the Covid ‘crisis’, whether or not censorship was actually […]

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Why is the Truth too Incendiary to be Spoken?

July 17, 2024
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Carl Nelson

By Carl Nelson Why is it so hard for even many of my Conservative political friends to admit that the Biden administration is trying to assassinate its opponents? The bread […]

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The Two-Part Democratic Strategy

July 17, 2024
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Carl Nelson

By Carl Nelson Part One: It’s not about the kid. If you whip the public up with enough fear-mongering you’ll generate lone gunmen. That’s part one of the Democratic playbook. […]

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The Biden Titanic

July 17, 2024
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Victor Davis Hanson

Removing Biden is wise and needed for the country’s sake, but it will not solve the growing public anger at the left. by Victor Davis Hanson Joe Biden’s escalating dementia […]

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East London man who said he was ‘online librarian’ jailed for spreading ISIS propganda

July 17, 2024
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Esmerelda Weatherwax

From the London Evening Standard   A man who told counter terror police he was an “online librarian” has been jailed for string of terror offences. WHamza Alam, 22, from Romford, […]

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Four men on trial in Plymouth accused of rape and sexual assaults on teenage girls

July 16, 2024
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Esmerelda Weatherwax

From the Plymouth Herald A jury heard how a Plymouth girl plucked up the courage to call police about abuse she claimed to have suffered after she watched the BBC drama Three […]

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How NATO Needs to Be Renewed to Become a Mightier Force for Deterrence

July 16, 2024
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Conrad Black

by Conrad Black As we have just finished observing the 75th anniversary of NATO at the recent Washington summit, it is a good time to consider how that alliance could […]

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Donald Trump stood defiant in the face of death. Can the Democrats respond with honour?

July 15, 2024
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Conrad Black

by Conrad Black It isn’t necessary for me to add my voice to the many thousands who have already condemned the attempted assassination of President Trump as an evil and […]

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The Secret Service

July 15, 2024
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Gary Fouse

by Gary Fouse In thinking about what I could write about the assassination attempt in Butler, Pennsylvania, I had to ponder what I could add to what is being reported […]

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