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  • AMERICA'S FLAILING FRANCOPHOBES

    03/14/2003 10:12:42 AM PST · by JohnGalt · 221 replies · 399+ views
    Chronicles Magazine ^ | 3/13/2003 | Thomas Fleming
    AMERICA'S FLAILING FRANCOPHOBES by Thomas Fleming March 13, 2003 Neoconservative hatemongers are stirring up the Francophobic bigotry that lies just beneath the surface of the American mind. Not content with hurling the charge of anti-Semitism against anyone who wins an argument with Bill Kristol (the line would extend around the world) or happens to have something (a foundation, a magazine, a job) they want, neoconservatives who have never fired a pellet gun or put on a pair of boxing gloves are deriding the French for cowardice and calling for boycotts against French wine. The assembled patriots and heroes of the...
  • Open Letter to Ether Zone's Sartre:

    11/18/2002 5:08:36 AM PST · by GOPBlonde · 8 replies · 285+ views
    My Response to Ether Zone's Hit Piece On Me | 11/18/02 | Carol Devine-Molin
    By Carol Devine-Molin Sartre: How utterly barren is your life, that you felt the need to write that inane, mean-spirited screed? It was "over-kill", a smear job, worthy of the political Left. But it was even worse than that, it was downright bizarre. My article, "The Heck With The Neocon Label" was subdued in comparison to your vitriolic response, "Carol Devine-Molin, You Are No Ronald Reagan". Well now its no holds barred. Sartre, you're pompous and abusive! In effect, your attempt at a "gentlemanly" facade doesn't hold up to the light of day. Most regular readers only know what is...
  • IRAQ AND THE NEOCONS' PSEUDO-REALITY

    09/06/2002 9:06:38 AM PDT · by JohnGalt · 21 replies · 204+ views
    Chronicles Magazine ^ | 9/02/2002 | Srdja Trifkovic
    September 5, 2002 IRAQ AND THE NEOCONS' PSEUDO-REALITY by Srdja Trifkovic "Ideology" is a bad word in the English-speaking world. It evokes Jacobin fanatics, inquisitors, goose-stepping storm troopers, commissars, and cultural revolutionaries. Adherents of an ideology are assumed to be brainwashed, imbued with mind-altering dogmas, and steeped in pseudo-reality—"a system of interested deceit"—so unlike the rest of us pragmatic empiricists who are blessed to rely on our common sense to guide us through the world as it really is. We live culturally, they live in ideology. To paraphrase Sartre, ideology is other people. In today's America some of the most...