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Articles by: Paul Kengor

Pearl Harbor and the Vanishing World War II Vet

(Editor’s note: This article first appeared at the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. I think often of my late good friend Charles Wiley. I...

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RFK Jr.: Biden and the Democrats' Ongoing Nightmare

In an exclusive interview, Kennedy tells The American Spectator: “We will be announcing 1-2 states each week from here until we...

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Eclipse Mania and the Disappointing Result

GROVE CITY, Pa. — This Monday afternoon, early in the 3 p.m. EST hour, I joined a throng on the...

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Marxist Women's Day Hatched by Russian KGB

n April 1845, Karl Marx’s mother-in-law sent to the Marx family a nanny named Helene Demuth, known as “Lenchen.” Marx’s long-suffering...

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Last Hero of the Cold War - Lech Walesa Survives

Editor’s note: This article first appeared at The American Spectator. There were seven. Seven figures above all, with varying influences, some...

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The Martin Luther King They Ignore

Editor’s note: A version of this article first appeared at The American Spectator. The date was September 1, 2015, a Tuesday. It...

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It's A Wonderful Life - Best film, Ever

Editor’s note: This article first appeared at The American Spectator. Asked in an interview recently to name my favorite Christmas movie,...

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Sandra Day O'Connor: The Story Behind Her Appointment

(Editor’s note: This article first appeared at National Catholic Register.) Sandra Day O’Connor, the first woman appointed to the U.S....

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