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From National Review: "Hamilton and Jefferson: The Deserving and the Deserter" These two Founding Fathers could hardly be more unlike.

Hamilton and Jefferson: The Deserving and the Deserter

Victor Davis Hanson - Our Make-It-Up World | National Review Online ~ Facts now pale in comparison with the higher truths of progressivism

Our Make-It-Up World

Barack Hussein Obama is the and also existing president of united state of America. He was born upon August in Honolulu. His name means "one who is blessed" in Swahili language.

Black Lives Matter | National Review Online

Black Lives Matter

Ranking black America as a separate nation. Rundown of the economics of being black in America.

What To Do with Islamist Toddlers | National Review Online

What To Do with Islamist Toddlers

The Number of Charter Schools Suspending Kids Is Totally out of Control - In city after city, charters lead traditional public schools in implementing harsh discipline policies

Editor’s Note: Jay Nordlinger spent the week of September 12 in the Baltic states — or rather, in two of them, Latvia and Estonia. A piece by him appears in the current issue of National Review magazine: about the Baltics, Russia, NATO, and America, particularly in light of our presidential campaign. This journal supplements the piece, and concerns matters weighty and light. Here are links to previous parts: I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, and VIII. The journal concludes today.  St. Olaf’s…

Baltic Journal, Part IX

Nestled between Russia and Scandinavia, Estonia soaks in the cultural essences from both the East and the West.

Editor’s Note: Jay Nordlinger spent the week of September 12 in the Baltic states — or rather, in two of them, Latvia and Estonia. A piece by him appears in the current issue of National Review magazine: about the Baltics, Russia, NATO, and America, particularly in light of our presidential campaign. This journal supplements the piece, and concerns matters weighty and light. Here are links to previous parts: I, II, III, IV, V, VI, and VII.  A friend of mine says to me, “Tallinn is to Riga as…

Baltic Journal, Part VIII

Editor’s Note: Jay Nordlinger spent the week of September 12 in the Baltic states — or rather, in two of them, Latvia and Estonia. A piece by him appears in the current issue of National Review magazine: about the Baltics, Russia, NATO, and America, particularly in light of our presidential campaign. This journal supplements the piece, and concerns matters weighty and light. Here are links to previous parts: I, II, III, IV, V, VI, and VII. A friend of mine says to me, “Tallinn is to Riga as…

Editor’s Note: Jay Nordlinger spent the week of September 12 in the Baltic states — or rather, in two of them, Latvia and Estonia. A piece of his will soon appear in National Review magazine: about the Baltics, Russia, NATO, and America, particularly in light of our presidential campaign. This journal supplements the piece, and concerns matters weighty and light. For Parts I-III, go here, here, and here.  Riga, the Latvian capital, has splendid parks.  Walking through one, I see birch trees…

Baltic Journal, Part IV

Editor’s Note: Jay Nordlinger spent the week of September 12 in the Baltic states — or rather, in two of them, Latvia and Estonia. A piece of his will soon appear in National Review magazine: about the Baltics, Russia, NATO, and America, particularly in light of our presidential campaign. This journal supplements the piece, and concerns matters weighty and light. For Parts I-III, go here, here, and here. Riga, the Latvian capital, has splendid parks. Walking through one, I see birch trees…

Leonard Cohen is dead. No musician has acquired as much fame in our times for telling the ugly truth about love, so we should look again to learn what he has to teach. Love reveals an existential vulnerability — living is by itself living dangerously. Sometimes, Cohen treated love with a knowing humor to soften the blows and to avoid creating idols. Other times, he turned to the troubled mood of the lover to discover the place of man in the world. At his best, he treated as a search for God…

Leonard Cohen and the Babylonian Exile of the Modern World

A look at Leonard Cohen’s song “By the Rivers Dark” and at the import of his work as a whole. May he rest in peace .

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