Tag Archives: Cuba

Removing the Past as an Option

When William F. Buckley started his National Review in 1955, the Mission Statement included this about his new magazine – “It stands athwart history, yelling Stop, at a time when no one is inclined to do so, or to have … Continue reading

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Not So Bad After All

There’s a common theme to Christmas movies – life isn’t that bad if you stop being a greedy asshole and look around. Alastair Sim nailed that in that 1951 version of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol – and Jimmy Stewart in … Continue reading

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