• Gordon Chang: The World, Perhaps in the Last Days of Peace

    This moment has a pre-war feel. China and Russia, two aggressive states, are on the march, and the rogue regimes they sponsor, especially Iran and North Korea, now act with impunity. In the last three years, both Beijing and Moscow seized territory from their neighbors, and Washington's response has been…

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  • A Duke Freshman on Why He Refused to Read “Fun Home”

    Duke freshman Brian Grasso writes in the Washington Post about why he refused to read a sexually explicit graphic novel as part of the required reading at Duke: https://www.washingtonpost.com/posteverything/wp/2015/08/25/im-a-duke-freshman-heres-why-i-refused-to-read-fun-home/ Brought to you by www.billbennett.com

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  • Latin Tuesday

    Today's Latin Tuesday courtesy of our Latinist David Wilezol: From Livy's Ab Urbe Condita: Civitas ea in in libertate est posita, quae suis stat viribus, non ex alieno arbitrio pendet. That state alone is free, which rests upon its own strength, and does not depend upon the will of another.…

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  • Latin Tuesday

    Today's Latin Tuesday lesson courtesy of David Wilezol: Non omnia possumus omnes“Not all of us are able to do all things” Vergil, Bucolics 8.63 This passage was chosen in regards to the controversy surrounding Rachel Dolezal and her claim that she is black. Brought to you by www.billbennett.com

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  • ‘Christian Millennials’ — Not an Oxymoron

    Morning in America producer Chris Beach and his colleague Alison Howard have penned a new column for National Review addressing the problem of Millennials leaving Christianity in droves. They offer some solutions for how to get Millennials back to church and how to keep them there: http://www.nationalreview.com/article/419807/christian-millennials-not-oxymoron-chris-beach-alison-howard Brought to you…

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