Racing Through History



Daniel Greenfield The Sultan Knish 7/3/2015

…As Ben Carson pointed out, we will not get rid of racism by banning the Confederate flag. Even when it is used at its worst, by the likes of Dylann Storm Roof, it is a symptom, not the problem. Roof was not radicalized by the dead […]

Thousands of defiant London commuters get off the Tube early and walk their final stop in memory of the 52 people who died in 7/7 terror attacks 10 years ago today

Commuters shared their poignant tributes to the victims of the 7/7 bombings online as they walked to work today Scores held up signs with the words #walktogether while others held hands and posted photographs of their feet David Cameron and Boris Johnson were joined by politicians at a Hyde Park Memorial wreath-laying ceremony It […]

Mark Steyn Reminds Democrats: The Confederate Flag Belongs To Their Party



Rusty Weiss The Political Insider 6/25/2015

Columnist Mark Steyn weighed in on the Confederate flag debate, saying it’s absurd that the Republican party has been linked with the controversial relic because it’s actually a “Democrat flag.”

Steyn ripped the Democrat party historically, saying they were “the largest and most powerful institution supporting […]

Shakespeare and the decline of America

Daniel Hannan The Washington Examiner 6/22/2015

There are moments when I want to weep for America. They often come, now that I think of it, when I read the Washington Post. Last week, that newspaper ran an article by a long-serving English teacher in Sacramento called Dana Dusbiber, who dislikes Shakespeare so much that she […]

The New World Map

Victor Davis Hanson Private Papers 6/19/2015

…The Islamic State plans to take Baghdad to make it the capital of a radical Sunni caliphate from what is left of Syria and Iraq.

Its enemy, theocratic Iran, is forging its own Shiite empire. Through its proxies, Iran now effectively runs much of Iraq, Lebanon, Syria, and Yemen. […]

The Field Where Liberty Was Sown

Mark Steyn Steyn Online 6/15/2015

The most important anniversary this year falls on Monday June 15th, marking the day, eight centuries ago, when a king found himself in a muddy field on the River Thames near Windsor Castle with the great foundational document of modern liberty under his nose and awaiting his seal. Here’s what […]