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A new day for Cuba?

Two days ago, President Obama announced an easing of economic restrictions with Cuba, signaling the beginning of the end of five decades of the American Embargo. This news was greeted with elation by many in Cuba and those who sympathized with Cuba as something that should have happened years ago, while the Cuban exile community […]

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Democracy, Tyranny, and the Third Position

I. The Tragedy of Our Age It is an undisputed fact that we are living in a time of extreme liberal hegemony. Liberalism, once the dominion of Jacobin revolutionaries, has become status quo. Democracy and individualism are unquestioned dogmas, held sacrosanct among the institutions that hold the reigns of society. Such a hegemony is not […]

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“Cultural Capitalism” is yet another road towards decadence and despair

Many academics and theorists are already familiar with the term “cultural Marxism”.  This term refers to the application of Marxist dialectal theory to cultural affairs, particularly in the realm of family composition, gender, race, and cultural identity within Western society.  Those who are impartial can also say that the cultural Marxists helped spark the counterculture social movements of […]

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Iranians Mark 33rd Anniversary of the Victory of the Iranian Revolution

Today, millions of Iranians staged massive rallies both at home and abroad to commemorate this fact, as well as the struggle which gave their nation a new life and marked the beginning of the end for globalist aggression against the Iranian people. 33 years ago, the Iranian people rose up against the corrupt, secular regime […]

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