The Iconoclast

The Tide is Out

February 11, 2024
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Carl Nelson

by Carl Nelson  Thomas Sowell has been forced to state, (repeatedly): “There are no solutions. There are only trade-offs.” And the current trade-offs to the Biden Administrations catastrophic solutions have […]

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Australian Jews alarmed after list of ‘Zionists’ publicised, fueling harassment

February 11, 2024
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Christina McIntosh

From the Times of Israel and Australian Jewish News First reported in The Age,  well hidden behind their paywall, but some parts repeated by the Guardian.  Australian police are investigating threats […]

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Personalities of the Local Universe

February 11, 2024
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Rebecca Bynum

This paper reveals the many orders of beings who help to run the local universe of Nebadon, how they were created, and what they do. It also reveals that the […]

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US lacks coherent national security strategy to oppose Iran’s proxy Global Jihad war with Israel

February 11, 2024
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Jerry Gordon

by Jerry Gordon and Brig. General (US Army Retired) John Adams Jerry Gordon, a Senior Editor of The New English Review, invited retired US Army Brig. General John Adams to […]

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Revealed: Plot to oust MPs who did not call for Gaza ceasefire

February 11, 2024
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Esmerelda Weatherwax

Millions of Muslims are being urged to vote out MPs who did not call for a Gaza ceasefire in a campaign launched by the former leader of a banned terror group, […]

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Justin Trudeau’s debacle of misgovernment

February 10, 2024
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Conrad Black

by Conrad Black This column has often lamented the decline of Canada’s competitive status as an economic and geopolitical power, and particularly our descent down the ladder of the world’s […]

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“The day after Hamas:” an architectural perspective

February 10, 2024
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Lev Tsitrin

by Lev Tsitrin Politicians talk of Gaza’s “day after” in the terms of who will rule it after Hamas is destroyed. The Biden administration’s vision is that Gaza will be […]

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Justice Underserved

February 10, 2024
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Theodore Dalrymple

by Theodore Dalrymple Viscerally, I am in favor of the death penalty, but in more sober reality I am against it. There are some crimes so heinous, so beyond all […]

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‘Tone deaf’ Home Office celebrates World Hijab Day

February 10, 2024
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Esmerelda Weatherwax

Home Office staff were invited to celebrate “World Hijab Day” despite asylum guidance which says being forced to adhere to religious dress codes is “persecution”. Under Home Office guidelines, women can […]

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Tucker and Putin: An Interview Like No Other

February 10, 2024
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Roger L. Simon

by Roger L. Simon To say I was “fascinated” and “riveted” by “fired Fox News host,” as he playfully calls himself, Tucker Carlson’s interview of Russian President Vladimir Putin is […]

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Taking Pride

February 09, 2024
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Theodore Dalrymple

by Theodore Dalrymple They (whoever “they” are) will not leave us alone. They will badger us on the seas and oceans, they will badger us on the beaches, they will […]

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Met Police told mother that 14-year-old daughter must report grooming offence herself

February 09, 2024
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Esmerelda Weatherwax

There has never been a mass child rape/prostitution case in London prosecuted on the scale of other towns. There are two such trials, both of a handful of defendants extracted […]

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Grady Judd, Polk County, Florida

February 08, 2024
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Rebecca Bynum
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Metaphors make the world

February 08, 2024
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Carl Nelson

Benjamin Santos Genta has and interesting piece in Aeon: ‘Language is fossil poetry. As the limestone of the continent consists of infinite masses of the shells of animalcules, so language […]

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Democrats, If They Move Fast, Could Change Candidates in Time for an Electoral Indian Summer in the Fall

February 08, 2024
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Conrad Black

by Conrad Black Even at this late date, with just nine months before the next presidential election, the Democrats, who apart from Jimmy Carter, have not lost the reelection of […]

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Celebrating Uncontrolled Immigration in Britain

February 07, 2024
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Bruce Bawer

The Spectator (UK) loses its mind. by Bruce Bawer In 1961, there were 50,000 Muslims in all of Britain and a total of seven mosques. Twenty years later, the Islamic […]

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