Posts tagged ‘Ross Dubberly’

REVIEW: Let Us Perfect the Writer’s Art

Kilpatrick is clear, eloquent, thoughtful, original, and witty every step of the way. Upon completion, writers will invariably feel within them a compelling urge to sit at the keyboard and whet their craft.

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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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William F. Buckley Jr. and the Art of the Eulogy

  A Torch Kept Lit: Great Lives of the Twentieth Century by William F. Buckley Jr., and edited by James Rosen (Crown Forum. pp. 317. $30)…

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Senator John McCain: The Left’s ‘Useful Idiot’

Senator John McCain has all too often been eager to play the role of attack dog for the Left, pursuing Conservatives in addition to fellow Republicans.…

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BOOK REVIEW: The Power of Conservative Principles

  George H. Nash. The Conservative Intellectual Movement in America Since 1945. Wilmington DE. ISI Books.       2006. 379 pages. $20.00. “An intellectual movement…

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The Arch Conservative In Print, Summer 2017

Enlightening insight and astute opinions combine with aesthetic appeal to produce this, the Summer 2017 edition of The Arch Conservative in print. Check it out below…

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Podcast & Notes: Being Conservative on Campus at UGA

Contributor Grayson Hertel, Marketing Coordinator Sarah Montgomery, and Editor-in-Chief Nick Geeslin discuss how it is to be conservative at the University of Georgia campus. Included topics…

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The End of Democracy in Turkey

  Ecstatic must Turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, have been on April 16, after claiming victory in a referendum that essentially enshrined his de facto dictatorship.…

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Staff Favorites: Week of April 16th

Staff Favorites: Week of April 16th Oh, how prescient and wise was Benjamin Franklin  This is a fantastic essay dissecting Franklin’s beliefs about the press in a…

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Nebulous Cries of Social Injustice Plague Gorsuch Hearings

“Do not pervert justice; do not show partiality to the poor or favoritism to the great, but judge your neighbor fairly” (New International Version, Leviticus 19:15).…

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