Monthly Archives: November 2016

Ben Shapiro defines the alt-right

I read Ben Shapiro only occasionally. He has a facile understanding of the intellectual Right, and he doesn’t treat his adversaries the way he wants to be treated. But last week he gave an interview in which, among other things, he had a … Continue reading

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Scalia’s compact case for originalism

Martha Minow, in one of a series of tributes to Justice Scalia published in the Harvard Law Review, recalls an interview he gave before a group of students and colleagues in Brazil: I will tell you the killer argument in favor … Continue reading

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Lee Kuan Yew on the post-war breaking of the British spirit

In a speech [video] given on October 22, 2002 on the eve of Commemoration Day at Imperial College, Yew describes the degeneration of Britain under communism and diversity: It was a different age and a different generation. After six exhausting years of bombings and … Continue reading

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