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Friday, May 06, 2005


I would like to recommend the on-line edition of "Commentary" magazine.

Here are just three of the many articles available in their current issue:

The Bush Doctrine's Next Test by Victor Davis Hanson
Can we take a principled stand for democracy when three of our powerful "friends" in the Muslim world are dictatorships?
Jews, Arabs, and French Diplomacy: A Special Report by David Pryce-Jones
Since the 19th century, raison d'├ętat has been powerfully reinforced at the top by a culture of anti-Semitism.
Investing in Conservative Ideas by James Piereson
Philanthropists have played a key role in the advance of today's governing philosophy, but tomorrow's remains up for grabs.
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