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The Road to Radicalism in Charlottesville


Julia Ioffe, The Atlantic“Of course, it was terrorism,” said General H.R. McMaster on Sunday morning, the day after James Alex Fields, Jr. allegedly plowed his gray 2010 Dodge Challenger into a crowd of anti-white supremacist protestors, then reversed and, bumper dangling by a thread, hit still more people on the way back. When he was done, one person, 32-year-old Heather Heyer, was dead and 19 more were injured. Attorney General…

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Greatest Scientific Fraud of All Time–Part XVII


Francis Menton, Manhattan ContrarianJust keep your eyes open for more and more examples of tampering with and manipulation of the world temperature record to enhance the “global warming” narrative, and it seems that you will have no problem coming up with an endless supply. One of the best recent examples comes from Australia. …

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Weathering the Violence of Climate Change


Gulrez Azhar, Project SyndicateOngoing research has established that as global temperatures rise and droughts become more common, political agitation, social unrest, and even violence will follow. As world leaders grapple with the environmental effects of climate change, they also need to confront the direct threat that it poses to global security….

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In North Korea, There Are No Good Options Left


Richard Haass, The HillHere is what we know about North Korea. It is a poor country ruled by one family for three-quarters of a century. It is both dependent on Chinese economic help and fiercely independent. It poses a significant conventional military threat to South Korea and to the 28,500 U.S. troops stationed there….

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Petty, Sanctimonious Ruling Class Is Beyond Parody


George Neumayr, Am. SpectatorThe self-appointed ruling class is overflowing with egomaniacs and heartless operators who, oblivious to the irony of their own pouting, decry Trump’s “ego” and question his “heart.” Has America ever had to endure a more insufferable collection of frauds? When not sating themselves at Margaret Sanger award galas and Black Lives Matters powwows, they can be heard lecturing Americans on “racial healing” and a culture without violence….

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Yesterday Was Worse Than Saturday for Trump


Rich Lowry, National ReviewIt’s frequently said that at his press conference yesterday Trump reverted to his Saturday statement. This isn’t quite right, for a couple of reasons: 1) His Saturday statement was vague and didn’t condemn the Nazis et al. by name. In his press conference yesterday, he was specific in saying that some protestors on the alt-right side were fine people. This is much more objectionable than simply failing…

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