An Age-Old Question: Why Would God Allow Notre Dame to Burn? The Right - “Ultimately, it seems to me that the Notre Dame fire may indeed prove that that particular place of worship is not the abode of God.” Gabriel Andrade 4/20/2019

 

 

Three Lessons from the Rwandan Genocide, 25 Years Later The Right - “The 1994 tragedy proved that the concept of sovereignty must have limits, and that major powers do have a duty to intervene to alleviate humanitarian crises, such as genocides.” Gabriel Andrade 4/18/2019
What Notre Dame Says about Civilization The Right - “The destruction of Notre Dame has shaken our complacent belief in the permanence of things and the ability for our culture to last without care and cultivation. It reveals and reminds us that life is a fragile thing, and even the strongest bastions dedicated to the eternal can still be brought down.” Henry George 4/17/2019
Liberalism and Relativism (Part II) The Left - “The argument that people should value ideals beyond the pursuit of their self-interest and subjective opinion was an elitist way of looking at things, and De Tocqueville’s Americans would have none of it.” Matt McManus 4/16/2019
“The Law of Blood: Thinking and Acting as a Nazi”: History’s Warning The Right - “[Werner Catel] called for the continuation of the Nazi program of involuntary euthanasia, saying, “…We are not talking about humans here, but rather beings that were merely procreated by humans and that will never themselves become humans endowed with reason or a soul.” Henry George 4/15/2019
The Racism Dialectic The Center - “In the contemporary political landscape, racism seems to be an indefatigable issue. I have noticed that those who advocate anti-racism, ironically, have a tendency to fight fire with fire—that is, racism with racism.” Paul Poitier 4/13/2019
While the Media Talks “Varsity Blues,” Eerily Quiet on Gangs The Right - “It is high time for media sources and critics to alike engage in serious introspection on their seemingly universal reticence—some might say outright resistance—to responsibly report and comment on gangs.” John Melvin and Michael Carlson 4/12/2019
Interview: Vice President Mondale Comments on Today’s Democratic Party The Left - “I told one of the other senators, ‘You’re a very pleasant, sweet person. But deep down, the public wants a son-of-a-gun. You’ve got to get stuff done.'” Erich J. Prince 4/11/2019
A 30-Year-Old Trial Still Speaks Volumes about Castro The Right - “While Eastern Europeans were celebrating the arrival of democracy in 1989, Cuba went through one of its darkest episodes.” Gabriel Andrade 4/10/2019
Mexico Demands Apology from Spain as Trump Bears Down The Left - “The ‘Spain Affair’ is not a foreign policy strategy, but a national strategy to achieve López Obrador’s political goals. At 7 am tomorrow, we are convinced a new controversy regarding Mexico’s foreign policy will arise. This is not over yet.” Veronica Lira Ortiz and Luz Paola Garcia 4/8/2019
Interview: One-on-One with Congresswoman Susan Wild The Left - “Most of all, I just want my constituents back home to know that I’m working for them, and that I’m not thinking about contributions from a big corporation when I’m in a committee hearing and questioning witnesses and when we’re voting on matters that are important to the working families in my district.” Erich J. Prince 4/4/2019
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