American Tradition, Family, Property: Fighting the Counter-Revolution

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Cardinal Zen Exhorts the Chinese to Heroically Confront Communism

After the Communist government in Beijing threatened to take away the freedom of Hong Kong, Joseph Cardinal Zen Ze-kiun, the city’s archbishop emeritus, reacted the way Catholics would like to see their bishops react...

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Fencing with Piketty

As I sat down to read Thomas Piketty’s bestselling book, Capital in the Twenty-First Century, I must admit I was not well disposed toward the book. Naturally, based on what I had read, I expected to find in Piketty’s Capital a rabid, ideological screed in the line of Marx’s utterly unreadable Das Kapital.

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Vietnamese Leader Repudiates Socialism, Joins Catholic Church

In a book that caused a sensation, titled Journal d’un lâche [A Coward’s Diary], Tô Hai, a “founding father” of Vietnamese communism and famous composer in that country announced he had left the Communist Party...

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Imagine—A Restaurant With no Servers or Served

Chili’s, the national Mexican restaurant chain, has announced that it will be installing 45,000 tablet-style ordering stations nationwide. This gives patrons the ability, so to speak, to order online...
 

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A Humble Baker’s Conscience Under Attack

Live and let live does not seem to apply equally. Recently a Colorado Civil Rights Commission ruled that Christian business owner, Jack Phillips of Masterpiece Cake Shop, must bake cakes for...

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D-Day at 70: When Order Triumphed Over Evil

The scope of all that happened on D-Day is hard to fathom. Its success in all its many facets is a testimony to the powers of organization and order that once existed in America and her Western allies...

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Cooking the Numbers

While the number cooking seems like an almost comic solution to a real problem, the maneuver is actually quite tragic. Instead of looking for ways to resolve the problem...

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Kerry's 97 Percent of What?

This year’s graduating class at Boston College was treated to empty rhetoric about “climate change” by its commencement speaker, Secretary of State John Kerry. During his discourse, he derided any questioning of the failed computer models of...

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The EPA’s War on Electricity

With the all-out war against traditional generating plants, there is no viable alternative to closing down traditional power without seriously impacting the capacity of American industry and skyrocketing energy costs...

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Corporate Flight From California’s Socialism

Major corporations are pulling up decades-old roots in sunny California and heading for greener pastures elsewhere. The list of companies is quite impressive...

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