• April 2022

    April 2022

    The following is a summary of the April/May issue of the St. Croix Review: Barry Read More
  • Farewell, Jigs Gardner

    Farewell, Jigs Gardner

    Our vision is to reawaken the genuine American spirit — of self-reliance and prosperity. Our mission Read More
  • John Ingraham Gardner (Jigs), September 14, 1933-February 24, 2022

    John Ingraham Gardner (Jigs), September 14, 1933-February 24, 2022

    John Ingraham Gardner (Jigs) September 14, 1933-February 24, 2022 Jo Ann Gardner Jo Ann Gardner Read More
  • Letters From a Conservative Farmer — A Country Adolescence

    Letters From a Conservative Farmer — A Country Adolescence

    Letters From a Conservative Farmer — A Country Adolescence Jigs Gardner Jigs Gardner writes on Read More
  • Trump and DeSantis: A Comparison

    Trump and DeSantis: A Comparison

    Trump and DeSantis: A Comparison Derek Suszko Derek Suszko is an associate editor for The Read More
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Wednesday, 20 April 2022 18:51

April 2022

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The following is a summary of the April/May issue of the St. Croix Review: Barry MacDonald, in “Farewell, Jigs Gardner,” memorializes a prized American. Jo Ann Gardner, in “John Ingraham Gardner (Jigs), September 14, 1933 — February 24, 2022” writes a moving obituary for her husband. Jigs Gardner, in “Letters From a Conservative Farmer — A New Series,” writes about…
Monday, 14 February 2022 13:26

February 2022

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The following is a summary of the February/March issue of the St. Croix Review: Barry MacDonald, in “Leftist Agitators Aren’t Fooling Americans,” exposes the many deceptions and failures of hard-left anarchists. Allan Brownfeld, in “Affirmative Action vs. a Color-blind Society: Now the Supreme Court Will Decide,” he comments on an upcoming ruling by reviewing the racial discrimination against Asians in…
Wednesday, 15 December 2021 13:31

December 2021 Summary

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The following is a summary of the December/January issue of the St. Croix Review: Barry MacDonald, in “A Jury Speaks in Kenosha, Wisconsin,” describes the quality of the daily news narrative as a propaganda tool used to attack America — he uses the case of Kyle Rittenhouse as an example. Michael S. Swisher, in “Challenges Confronting Conservatives in the Coming…
Tuesday, 05 October 2021 12:41

October 2021 Summary

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The following is a summary of the October/November issue of the St. Croix Review:   Barry MacDonald, in “Biden’s Bugout,” excoriates the shameful negligence of the Biden Administration’s withdrawal from Afghanistan. Paul Kengor, in “Us vs. Them — Why We Remember 9/11 Differently,” using the words of a 9/11 terrorist, contrasts how Americans and the terrorists value human life; in…
Tuesday, 27 July 2021 12:31

August 2021 Summary

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The following is a summary of the August/September issue of the St. Croix Review: Barry MacDonald in “A Celebration of America,” explains his revisions of the vison and mission statements of The St. Croix Review. Paul G. Kengor, in “BLM Founder Patrisse Cullors, Marxist Abolitionist, Wants to Abolish the Police,” spells out the meaning of “abolish” in the eyes of…
Monday, 24 May 2021 12:01

June 2021

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The following is a summary of the June/July issue of the St. Croix Review: Barry MacDonald, in “The Plight of Black America,” reveals a nightmarish reality of present-day America that Democrats and Black Lives Matter don’t want to talk about. Allan C. Brownfeld, in “Critical Race Theory’s Assault on Teaching the History of Western Civilization,” articulates the enduring value of…
Wednesday, 10 March 2021 12:14

April 2021 Summary

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The following is a summary of the April/May issue of the St. Croix Review: Barry MacDonald, in “You Will Be Missed, Rush Limbaugh,” on the occasion of Rush Limbaugh’s death, describes the radio personality’s lasting impact on American culture. Paul Kengor, in “Death of a Defector: Ion Mihai Pacepa, R.I.P.” reveals many Cold War secrets, along with the astounding successes…
Tuesday, 19 January 2021 12:42

February 2021 Summary

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The following is a summary of the February/March issue of the St. Croix Review: Barry MacDonald, in “Holding Republicans Accountable,” questions the fortitude and willingness of elected Republicans and Republican officeholders to uphold their professed principles. Allan Brownfeld, in “Christmas Comes Just When We Need It,” comments on two great British expositors of Christian ethics, G. K. Chesterton and C.…

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