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  • National politics churns in December

    Chaplain (Maj.) Steven O'Brien feeds an orphaned toddler mashed potatoes at the Franciscan Missionaries of Notre Dame Baby Orphanage in Djibouti City, Djibouti. Chaplain O'Brien deployed to Camp Lemonier, Djibouti, from the 4th Air Force at March Air Reserve Base, Calif. The Camp Lemonier chapel staff arranges visits to this orphanage three times a week. (U.S. Air Force photo/by Staff Sgt. Francesca Popp)

    Herewith, a plethora of Quin’s writings at the Examiner from Dec. 8 through 23. Follow the links embedded in the headlines. Colleges were better when they were more ‘Paper Chase‘ […]

     
  • Books for Christmas!!!

    Books for Christmas!!!

    I had two columns — or maybe one, two-part column — in the American Spectator on the subject of books to give people for Christmas. I present them here in […]

     
  • Alabama’s Gary Palmer takes Policy post

    Congressman (Elect) Gary Palmer is greeted by Colonel Cliff James, Wing Commander of the 117th Air Refuelling Wing. Palmer was also briefed on base operations during his November 25th visit. Dickie Drake, District 45 Alabama State Representative, Brigadier General Steven Berryhill, Commander Alabama Air National Guard and Assistant to the Commander, 18th air Force along with Chris Curry, Shelby County Sherrif was also in attendance. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by: Senior Master Sgt. Ken Johnson/Released)

    Note: I wrote this piece the day before House Republicans indeed took my advice and elected Alabama’s Gary Palmer to a key post in their official leadership team. It explains, […]

     
  • Two on LA’s Kennedy, one on crocodile tears

    Two on LA’s Kennedy, one on crocodile tears

    Three news-aggregation pieces by Quin Hillyer at Liberty Headlines. Follow the links in the headlines for the full stories. Sen. Kennedy: Some Dems Have No Soul, Mothers Didn’t Breast-Feed Them: […]

     
  • Against the Drag Queen Reading Hour

    Against the Drag Queen Reading Hour

    Lagniappe Mobile ran this essay (by Quin) as a Letter to the Editor: It requires no animus against homosexuals for someone to argue the “Drag Queen Story Hour” scheduled for […]

     
  • Charlie Lancaster, Louisiana legend, R.I.P.

    Charlie Lancaster, Louisiana legend, R.I.P.

    By Quin Hillyer at National Review Online; State legislators often receive too little attention, but one being buried today in Louisiana merits gratitude from conservatives nationwide. Charlie Lancaster, a state […]

     
  • Honoring Lee James, a great American

    Honoring Lee James, a great American

    By Quin Hillyer at The Wall Street Journal; The life of Lee James Sr. was testament to individual virtue. The Aug. 2 memorial service for him paid homage to that […]

     
 

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