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Pagan Catholicism at Loyola

, Malcolm A. Kline

When Catholic colleges and universities embrace diversity, Catholics should worry.  “Loyola University Chicago recently christened a new pagan student club, with its student organizer saying the group aims to help pupils at the private Catholic college…

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Anti-Semitism in Action

, Malcolm A. Kline

When faced with a choice between confronting two evils, elites—particularly academic ones—usually focus on the less prevalent one.  “In April, the Fifth Annual Conference on Islamophobia was held at UC Berkeley’s Boalt Law School, organized…

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Common Core Rulz

, Malcolm A. Kline

On both coasts, grandparents are learning to apply a modern-day rule of thumb with surprising accuracy: If it looks inane, it’s probably Common Core. “The Berkeley school district’s curriculum for sixth-grade math was an exact…

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More Common Core for You!

, Spencer Irvine

President Obama’s favorite think tank Center for American Progress (CAP), wants to align standardized tests with Common Core standards. Recently, at CAP: Nancy DePalma, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment, West Hartford Public Schools,…

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When Communists Murdered a Priest

, Paul Kengor

Editor’s note: The original piece was published at The American Spectator. It was October 19, 1984—30 years ago this week. A gentle, courageous, and genuinely holy priest, Jerzy Popieluszko, age 37, found himself in a…

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Magna Carta Remembered, Finally

, Malcolm A. Kline

A venerable enumeration of the rights of man is barely taught anymore, resulting in record low recognition of same. “I went to see the Magna Carta when it was on display a few years ago,”…

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Choosing a republican President

, David Corbin and Matthew Parks

Note: This is the first in a series of essays examining the prospects for electing a republican president in 2016 and ultimately reining in the modern imperial presidency through the lens of Alexander Hamilton’s Federalist…

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