Category Archives: Political

Educational pluralism and sphere sovereignty

During the seven-decade political struggle in the Netherlands to allow parents to select schools corresponding to their religious convictions, Abraham Kuyper articulated a concept of “sphere sovereignty” that translates, in policy terms, into principled structural pluralism. That Dutch experience, and … Continue reading

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Understanding Islam IX – Can the West rediscover its core?

UNDERSTANDING ISLAM IX Grasping the Nettle Part 1 THE WEST CAN IT REDISCOVER ITS CORE? By Paul Stenhouse MSC MUCH IS made of the potential for global economic and social unrest from the millions of desperate refugees flowing into Europe … Continue reading

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Thomas Jefferson and academic freedom

Thomas Jefferson’s Conception of ‘Academic Freedom’ and Its Current Condition in American Higher Education Garrett Ward Sheldon The John Morton Beaty Professor of Political and Social Sciences, The University of Virginia’s College at Wise. ‘Here we are not afraid to … Continue reading

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Vatican II’s (lost) condemnations of communism

  LifeSite Editor’s note: The lost condemnations of communism prepared for the Second Vatican Council but later discarded and forgotten are now being made available to the public in an English translation for the first time by LifeSiteNews. The translations, … Continue reading

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The plight of white farmers in South Africa

SOUTH AFRICAn white farmers Last week it was reported that Cape Town in South Africa was on the point of running out of water. From the report, the cause seemed to be drought. THINK AGAIN. Incompetence and mismanagement, the result … Continue reading

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On ‘sh..hole countries’

  On Mark Latham Outsiders Facebook page Some facts about the world The Trump controversy about “shithole countries” perfectly demonstrates how he has broken the PC-elitist hold on political debate. Fact: some countries are shitholes, unfortunately. Fact: effective immigration programs … Continue reading

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Orwellian education is on us

Brexit was supposed to liberate Britons from unaccountable government, PC orthodoxy, and high-handed bureaucracy. But who needs Brussels mandarins when supposed Conservatives in Westminster are beholden to the same orthodoxies? Read on (link below). An Orwellian Education Law in Britain

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The relevance today of the Spanish Civil War

Why should you care about the Spanish Civil War? Short answer? Because somewhere out there, there’s a little rich kid arts student with a black mask in his wardrobe who wants to smash your head in with an iron bar, … Continue reading

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Anti-white racism: Lauren Southern in South Africa

The systematic murder of white farmers in South Africa Following her visit to South Africa, Lauren Southern is preparing a ten-part documentary series on the shocking plight of white farmers in South Africa. The series will cover ‘the intricacies of … Continue reading

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Impeachment failing – why not scheduling?

Gerard Henderson’s article in today’s Australian is about America’s Left adopting the Soviet tactic of eliminating opponents by declaring them mentally unfit.  These are the interesting paragraphs: [Michael] Wolff alleges that “one hundred per cent of the people around” Trump … Continue reading

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