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U.S.-Japan Alliance Has Big Questions

, Spencer Irvine

As China-Japan frictions are bubbling to the surface, there are legitimate concerns whether there will be an armed conflict in the near future, and whether the U.S. would back Japan in defending Japan in places…

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Politically Correct College Tour

, Cliff Kincaid

You cannot walk through a tour of most colleges without getting lectured about the need for “diversity” and the prevalence of women’s and even queer studies. My youngest son and I took a tour of…

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Common Core Great for Homeschooling

, Spencer Irvine

The Heritage Foundation published a special report with essays from several education experts, detailing the background and the effects of Common Core. Stanley Kurtz, a senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, and…

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How Reagan Won the Cold War

, Spencer Irvine

Ronald Reagan’s legacy, long after his passing, continues to be distorted by the leftist academic community, one professor noted at a panel discussion held at the Heritage Foundation. Francis Marlo, an associate professor of International…

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UCLA Prof Unravels Diversity Sham

, Malcolm A. Kline

In the latest issue of The Chronicle Review, UCLA historian Russell Jacoby offers some insights into the campus diversity craze that are actually refreshing. Jacoby asks, “Should all quarters of society demographically reflect all other…

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There are Downsides to Tax Cuts?

, Malcolm A. Kline

One of the scholars at the recent Philadelphia Society conclave of conservative intellectuals found an unexpected downside to tax cuts. “Congress voted against Grover Cleveland’s tariff cuts arguing that government will become bigger because of…

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Lenin’s Stubborn Facts

, Malcolm A. Kline

Lenin famously said that facts are stubborn things, and they are, no matter how much his fans in academia try to hide them.  “Currently the public and academic view of markets is distorted,”  Paul Dragos…

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