Monday, September 16, 2019
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Now at The American Spectator

"Why Does the New York Times Have a Race Editor?"

Sitting down to write, I ask myself: Am I being fair? Is it according to Hoyle, kosher, and on the up and up to take aim at such a target, cavorting unaware in the complacency of impervious consensus? After all, this is the A-section of the New York Times, where summer games for social justice warriors don’t end; they just continue on B17. Rebels and scofflaws are not just uninvited; they are not imagined.

And yet here I am on page A2. It has been redesigned since my last, non-virtual visit, the new architecture supporting a self-referential echo chamber of left-wing hang-ups and obsessions. The agitprop may be old news, but the look is different. Like industrial chic, all of...

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Another nice surprise I find on my return is Jeff Nyquist's review of The Red Thread.

Here it is in full:

Diana West latest book, The Red Thread, teaches us to swim in the details instead of drowning in the lies. Before describing Diana’s details, it is useful to establish the context in which her work appears.



In terms of the “big picture,” an ideological war is taking place throughout society, on every level, across every discipline. In the old Soviet Union they used to say “we live in the era of the transition between capitalism and socialism.” It was also billed as a transition between belief in God and a belief in the power of man.

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Returning from several weeks away, I was delighted to find copies of the new Brazilian publication of American Betrayal with a preface by the illustrious author and philosopher Olavo de Carvalho, "one of the primary voices of Brazil's conservative revival," as Jeff Nyquist has written. The books were accompanied by an extremely kind note from the publisher, who writes:

I am sending you two copies of your book American Betrayal translated into Portuguese -- "Traicao Americana: o ataque secreto aos Estados Unidos". I want to...

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Here is a stack of recent interviews, in order of appearance, with Jason Goodman, Audrey Russo and Frank Gaffney, all of them getting at the same crisis from slightly different angles. 

Guest-hosting The Intelligence Assessment with Jason Goodman here.

On The Audrey Russo Show here.

On Secure Freedom Radio with Frank Gaffney here.

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