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Keith Preston

Fauci Invested in Chinese Companies With Ties to Beijing Through Fund, According to Financial Disclosures

By Frank Fang, Epoch Times Dr. Anthony Fauci invested in the Chinese regime’s corporate “national champions,” large Chinese companies that advance Beijing’s interests and benefit from state policies, in a 2020 investment portfolio, according to recently disclosed financial records. ​​Sen. Roger Marshall (R-Kan.) obtained the records (pdf) and published […]

Martin Luther King, Jr.: Fifty Years On

TELOS Introduction Kenneth D. Johnson Martin Luther King, Jr., and Ethical Leadership Rufus Burrow, Jr. Economic Democracy, Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Black Church Tradition David D. Daniels III The Radical King: Democratic Socialism, Personal Idealism, Anti-Militarism, and Black Power Gary Dorrien A Friendship in the Prophetic […]

Hammer of Civil Rights

By Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. “Exactly one hundred years after Abraham Lincoln wrote the Emancipation Proclamation for them, Negroes wrote their own document of freedom in their own way.” Exactly one hundred years after Abraham Lincoln wrote the Emancipation Proclamation for them, Negroes wrote their own document […]

The Sordid Legacy of Dr. King

Virtually all of history is a heel vs. heel match. By Pedro Gonzalez, Chronicles After he left the Church of Scientology, Hollywood screenwriter Paul Haggis recalled a discussion he had had with his fellow Scientologists. If great leaders like Martin Luther King, Jr. can err, Haggis suggested to […]

The Next January 6th

The threat to American democracy and the U.S. electoral system did not end when the U.S. Capitol building was cleared and the presidential vote was certified on January 6, 2021. In fact, because of actions taken in states around the country throughout 2021, the threat today is as […]

Former Ambassador on Haitian President in March: “Put Him Aside” and Embrace “Prime Minister Option”

By Ryan Grim The Intercept Four months later, Jovenel Moïse was assassinated and replaced with a U.S.-backed prime minister, fueling suspicion of American involvement. At a little-noticed House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing in March 2021, headlined “Policy Recommendations on Haiti for the Biden Administration,” a former ambassador to […]

Hip, Woke, Square: Postscript on Mailer

By Geoff Shullenberger Outside Theory “Woke” once denoted an oppositional mentality. How has it come to mean something close to “square”? Recently, the journalist Michael Wolff reported that a centenary republication of Norman Mailer’s work had been scrapped due to objections to his notorious 1962 essay “The White […]

The First Crusade (The Crusades)

The Crusades are the defining event of the Middle Ages. They brought the very different civilisations of Western Europe, Byzantium and Islam into an extended period of both conflict and peaceful co-existence. Between January and March 2021, Sean Gabb explored this long encounter with his students. Here is […]