• Summary December 2018

    Summary December 2018

    The following is a summary of the December/January 2018/9 issue of The St. Croix Review: Read More
  • Farewell Herbert London

    Farewell Herbert London

    Our vision is to reawaken the genuine American spirit of living in a good, great, Read More
  • Hendrickson's View

    Hendrickson's View

    Hendrickson’s View Mark W. Hendrickson Mark W. Hendrickson is a faculty member, economist, and contributing Read More
  • Ramblings

    Ramblings

    Ramblings Allan C. Brownfeld Allan C. Brownfeld is the author of five books, the latest Read More
  • Animadversion — Bugaboos of the Chattering Class — Egalitarianism

    Animadversion — Bugaboos of the Chattering Class — Egalitarianism

    Animadversions Michael S. Swisher Michael S. Swisher is chairman of the board of Religion and Read More
  • Writers for Conservatives, 74: The First Western

    Writers for Conservatives, 74: The First Western

    Writers for Conservatives, 74: The First Western Jigs Gardner Jigs Gardner is an associate editor Read More
  • December 2018 Poems

    December 2018 Poems

    1. The African elephants have floppy Ears while Asian elephants have tiny Ears but both Read More
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Saturday, 19 January 2019 13:15

Summary December 2018

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The following is a summary of the December/January 2018/9 issue of The St. Croix Review: Barry MacDonald, in “Farewell, Herbert London,” memorializes the life of Herbert Ira London. Mark Hendrickson, in “Ready for Some Good News?” cuts through the depressing news and offers genuine reasons for optimism — hint — optimism is founded on the free economy; in “Good News,…
Friday, 09 November 2018 12:57

Summary of October 2018

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The following is a summary of the October/November 2018 issue of The St. Croix Review: In a “Letter to the Editor,” Ronald Everett emphasizes the importance of healthy immigration, Christian faith, sensible gender roles, and manners. Robert Russell, in “We Owe Immigrants Our Gratitude and Homage — for Their Unique Gifts,” reminds us why American is a good and a…
Tuesday, 25 September 2018 12:43

Summary of August 2018

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The following is a summary of the August/September 2018 issue of The St. Croix Review: Thomas Drake, in a “Letter to the Editor,” provides an example of political dysfunction in Chicago. Barry MacDonald in, “The American Spirit,” reviews the founding of The St. Croix Review, and presents Angus MacDonald, the founder, as the embodiment of the genuine American Spirit. Michael…
Tuesday, 10 July 2018 11:11

Summary of June 2018

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The following is a summary of the June/July 2018 issue of The St. Croix Review: Barry MacDonald, in “We Uphold American Liberty, Prosperity, Constitutional Law, and Humble Government,” describes the rapacious and unrelenting nature of leftist politics, and he points to America’s uniqueness. Paul G. Kengor, in “Marx at 200: Classical Marxism vs. Cultural Marxism,” reveals the source of the…
Thursday, 26 April 2018 12:04

Summary of April 2018

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The following is a summary of the April//May 2018 issue of The St. Croix Review: Barry MacDonald, in “Remembering What Made Us Good” introduces the mission of The St. Croix Review: to reawaken the Genuine American Spirit of living in a good, great, and growing nation as free individuals. Allan C. Brownfeld, in “With Its Swift Embrace of Massive Deficits,…
Wednesday, 21 February 2018 10:27

Summary of February 2018

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The following is a summary of the February/March 2018 issue of The St. Croix Review: Barry MacDonald, in “Endless Revolution,” exposes the evil nature of Left, and he points to the enduring strength of America. Allan C. Brownfeld, in “The Deaths in the Washington Train Crash: Was Corporate Money in Politics the Real Culprit?” shows that campaign donations are more…

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