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Daily Archives: November 13th, 2012

Why Dissidence Is No Longer Adequate

  IN THE recent entry on an article titled “Going Solzhenitsyn,” in which a writer argued for traditionalists to look to Soviet dissidents for inspiration, Lawrence Auster maintains that it is too late for dissidence. Here is his comment in full: My only quibble with Robert Oculus’s article is the title and the concluding phrase, […]

How One Beautiful Woman Changed a Man’s Life

  GUILAIN writes from France: Reading my recent description here of French women and their terrible fashions, one could think that I had never come across a beautiful, feminine woman. Actually I have. It happened during my first year in college (six years ago). There was a young woman who always paid great attention to makeup, […]

Secession Petitions at White House

  SINCE the election, citizens from 20 states have filed for secession on the White House website. The petitions from two states, Louisiana and Texas, are close to the number (25,000) needed for a formal response from the White House under a petition program started by Obama last year. These online petitions obviously do not […]