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Monday, 12 December 2022 12:16

December 2022 Summary

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The following is a summary of the 2022 December issue of The St. Croix Review: Barry MacDonald, in “Comments on the Midterm Elections” assesses disappointments and successes, the present balance of power, and a conservative “bubble.” Mark Hendrickson, in “The Destructiveness of ESG,” details the many evils of the “Environmental, Social, and Governance” (ESG) scoring system, which is a strategy…
Monday, 17 October 2022 13:00

October 2022 Summary

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The following is a summary of the October 2022 issue of the St. Croix Review: Barry MacDonald, in “The Lasting Impact of the 2020 Summer Riots,” compares an angry speech by President Biden in Philadelphia with the results of the riots of 2020. Timothy S. Goeglein, in “We Are Reliving the Lord of the Flies,” remarks on the devastating impact…
Monday, 15 August 2022 12:13

August 2022 Summary

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The following is a summary of the August/September issue of the St. Croix Review: Barry MacDonald, in the “America’s Challenge,” presents the mission of The St. Croix Review. Derek Suszko, in “The Problem of Libertarianism,” compares and contrasts Libertarianism, Marxism, and Conservatism. John A. Sparks, in “The Dobbs Case: Justice Alito Leads the Court Back to the Constitution,” summarizes the…
Monday, 13 June 2022 13:37

June 2022 Summary

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The following is a summary of the June 2022 issue of The St. Croix Review: Derek Suszko, in “Defining the Mission of The St. Croix Review,” stresses the importance of the American family (with a husband and a wife), of a prosperous and independent middle class, and of American traditions. Barry MacDonald, in “Unhelpful Accusations Follow the School Shooting in…
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…

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