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Good Stuff On the Current Crackup

Paleo Retiree writes: Or, more honestly: Hey, a cool intellectual — John Gray — who agrees with me and puts the case really well. The liberal pageant is fading, yet liberals find it hard to get by without believing they … Continue reading

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Quote Du Jour

Sax von Stroheim writes: Caesar, when informed of these matters, fearing the fickle disposition of the Gauls, who are easily prompted to take up resolutions, and much addicted to change, considered that nothing was to be entrusted to them; for … Continue reading

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A Pentagram Solution?

Fenster writes: In a recent New York Review of Books, Timothy Garton Ash weighed in on the subject of multiculturalism.  Correction: make that “subjects” of multiculturalism, in the plural, since the word has multiple meanings. “Multiculturalism” has become a term of … Continue reading

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