The American: For Italy & the World
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When soap was soup
Christopher P. Winner
Christopher P. Winner is editor and publisher of The American. His column appears weekly.
Presidents can rage and rant against filthy interlopers but those who like what they hear would be wise to remember America's origins.
Vision metaphors are central to all aspects of speech, but they take for granted the precarious gift of seeing.
It's 1980. You need to get an urgent message home to far-away America. Here's what to do.
Anonymous confessions are not the answer when it comes to bringing abhorrent abuse to heel.
When Satan, communism and sex enter the American picture, the mitigation covered by the word "alleged" beats a hasty retreat.