Posts from the ‘Uncommon Thought’ category

“Uncommon Thought” lies at the crux of what the publication is meant to accomplish. Its aims are to achieve discussion based primarily in fact and thoughtful analysis around insights and thought that are, intentionally or not, often neglected in commmon political and academic discourse.

The Left’s Great Venezuelan Escape

The lesson here is that it twofold. First, we cannot let pass a sound analysis of the policies that brought Venezuela to its current economic state. Much if not all of what certain Western politicians promise runs analogous if not identical to that of Chavez’s, which Maduro has been apt to continue.

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John McCain: Maverick, RINO, or Phony?

Senator John McCain returned to the political arena on the 25th of July, his first appearance on the Hill since his brain cancer diagnosis was revealed…

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Revisionists, Racists, and the Real Robert E. Lee

We can learn from Lee’s character, but only if we endeavor to present it clearly …

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R.I.P. Liu Xiaobo

Dr. Liu’s death shook me from a naïve trance, one that would have me believe that the regime in Beijing had divorced itself entirely from the tactics of its Maoist past. In this sentiment, I do not feel that I am alone.

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The Boy Who Cried Collusion

The Leftist mainstream simply cannot help itself from hysteria surrounding the fabled “Russian connection.” In doing so, journalists turning the gears of the New York/Washington media…

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“Holy War and Unholy Terror” – Bernard Lewis and the “Crisis of Islam”

The Crisis of Islam is an economical read for the unfamiliar Westerner desiring an entry-level understanding of the Muslim World and its history, its struggles and triumphs, its relationship with the West, and its extremists’ claims to scripture.

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UGA Alumni Contend for State Office

Brian Kemp, David Shafer, Chris Carr, and Gary Black are among the illustrious University of Georgia alumni vying for state office.

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A United States Senator Writes a Book Worth Reading

The Vanishing American Adult: Our Coming of Age Crisis—and How to Rebuild a Culture of Self-Reliance. Ben Sasse (St. Martin’s Press. pp. 274. $16.75 from Amazon.com)…

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Conceding to Chaos on Campus

Student activists that use aggressive intimidation tactics to combat perceived oppression at The Evergreen State College are applauded and appeased by their school’s administration. A vague…

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Few Alarms and No Surprise with GA06 Result

Wishful thinking and miscalculation by progressives as well as Handel’s simple task of convincing Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District that its Democratic candidate was, in fact, a Democrat…

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