Millennial Voters and Public Schools

Written by Gary North on October 29, 2016

You may have seen this video. It’s a variation of Jay Leno’s “Jaywalking” segments, except that this is on a college campus. It gets worse. This is from George Mason University, just outside the nation’s Capitol. The tip-off that something is seriously wrong is their failure to identify a stock photo of Ronald Reagan. Some […]

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Video: Tom Hanks Raps!

Written by Gary North on October 29, 2016

We all love Tom Hanks. He is affable. He is funny. He is always making a movie somewhere — like Michael Caine, but younger. This amateur video, which was shot by a couple of professional nerds, is terrific. It’s actually amazing. By the way, go see Sully. It is a great film. It is a […]

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A Hitler Defender Calls Me Out

Written by Gary North on October 29, 2016

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I recently wrote an article on Hitler’s military leadership. I called him the biggest military fool in history. Hitler failed to crush the British army at Dunkirk in May 1940. On June 22, 1941, he ordered the army to invade the Soviet Union. He declared war on the United States on December 11, 1941. Three […]

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When Your Leader Is Stark, Raving Mad

Written by Gary North on October 29, 2016

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Adolf Hitler was stark, raving mad. How do I define “mad”? This way: someone who is disconnected from reality. The trouble is, anyone can misinterpret reality. But when he gets re-elected, a leader reflects a disconnected electorate. Hitler did not get re-elected. He did not even get elected. Germans never voted the National Socialist Party […]

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Trump and the Politics of Revenge

Written by Gary North on October 22, 2016

Chris Wallace asked Trump in the third debate whether he will accept a Clinton victory on November 8. He said that he will make that decision at the time. Pressed on this, he said he would keep us in suspense. Clearly, he could not become President if the popular vote is against him, and the […]

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The Day I Discovered Bob Dylan: Spring, 1962

Written by Gary North on October 22, 2016

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They say that Americans over age 60 remember where they were when they heard of President Kennedy’s assassination. I surely do. But I also remember where I was when I heard Bob Dylan for the first time, about 18 months before Kennedy died. I was in my rented room close to UCLA, which I attended […]

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