Richard Nixon's commuting of mass murderer Lt. William Calley made defending war criminals and mass murderers respectable among a large segment of the conservative-minded population. In the segregation world where defending lynch-murder had been passed down from generation to generation, admiring deliberate murder when done for racial reasons was already respectable. And carpet-bombing of cities beginning in the Second World War had also legitimized the killing of civilian noncombatants in many people's minds.
Patrick J. Buchanan appeared on my radio show Tuesday night to discuss is book on Richard Nixon, The Greatest Comeback. He downplayed the notion that the Southern Strategy as about race, and pointed a finger at the Democratic Party ... Read Post
Wars, plane crashes, mass murder—it's easy to report news that happens suddenly. Reporters do a good job covering hat. But they do a bad job telling you about what's really changing in the world, because they miss the stories that h... Read Post