Inside The Life And Christianity Of Legendary Sci-Fi Author Gene Wolfe

Science fiction writer Gene Wolfe died on April 14 at the age of 87. Even though I consider it one the greatest science fiction novels ever written, I taught Wolfe’s The Shadow of the Torturer (1980) for only one term, back when I was teaching my Introduction to the Literature of Fantasy and Science Fiction class. Like The Sound and the

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A Teen Refugee’s Flight to Freedom From Communist Cambodia

For six years, the only luxuries Bopha Sayavong dreamed of were peace, quiet, food, and shelter. It wasn’t until she landed in Little Rock, Arkansas, as a refugee from communist Cambodia on Oct. 31, 1981, that she began to imagine the luxuries freedom would bring. Even after arriving in the U.S., though, life was not easy. Sayavong at a refugee

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Pompeo: Easter Attacks in Sri Lanka Show ‘Brutal Nature of Radical Terrorists’

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said several U.S. citizens died in the Easter Sunday terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka. Terrorists killed over 200 people and wounded 450 others in Sri Lanka using coordinated explosive attacks on churches and hotels. Bombs erupted in churches in Negombo, Colombo, and Batticaloa and in the hotels Shangri-La, Kingsbury and Cinnamon Grand. “The United States condemns in

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A multimillionaire mystery donor who could help close the gap in Rep. Ocasio-Cortez opponents race against her.

A multimillionaire mystery donor who could help close the gap in Rep. Ocasio-Cortez opponents race against her. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez targeted by mystery multimillionaire donor New York Post Facebook Twitter Flipboard Comments Print Email Video Rep. Ocasio-Cortez claims there’s ‘so much’ to impeach Trump on but struggles when pressed for specifics Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s surging national profile has inspired a trio of

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Wokesters Go After Democrat Cartoonist For Objecting To Abortion

Cartoonist Nathan Pyle is pro-life, so if you’re not, don’t laugh at any of his cartoons, and seriously, do not share them. That’s the new rule according to social media mobs, and if you don’t like it, you probably shouldn’t tell anybody. Pyle is the creator of the cartoon Strange Planet, and his Instagram has nearly 2 million followers. The

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After 50 Years, Kenneth Clark’s ‘Civilisation’ Still Poses Trenchant Cultural Questions

2019 marks the 50th anniversary of “Civilisation,” British art historian Kenneth Clark’s masterful television survey spanning the genius of artists, architects, writers, and philosophers from the “Dark Ages” to the modern day. The weekly installments of the series that totals 13 hours were captured on motion-picture-quality 35mm film, busting the show’s budget but riveting British audiences in the spring of

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We Hear You: Absorbing the Loss of Notre Dame Cathedral

Editor’s note: The burning of Notre Dame Cathedral affected many in The Daily Signal’s audience, and featuring some of those responses seems appropriate this Easter. Don’t forget to write us at [email protected]—Ken McIntyre Dear Daily Signal: More than 850 attacks on Christian artifacts or churches in France in 2017, as Kate McKenna notes in her commentary from Paris (“In Paris,

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America’s Rifle Challenge at Peacemaker National Training Center

America’s Rifle Challenge at Peacemaker National Training Center NRA America’s Rifle Challenge Level 1 and Level 2 are coming to Peacemaker National Training Center in Gerrardstown, West Virginia, on April 27, 2019. Level 1 is designed for entry-level shooters out to 100 yards. Level 2 is a more dynamic series of matches for everyone else. Each one consists of 5

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Lara Logan tells riveting untold story: My Benghazi report was buried to protect the Obama admin and Hillary

  Lara Logan screenshot. FILE PHOTO. In 2013, then-CBS reporter Lara Logan had an investigative report on the 2012 Benghazi terror attack that was buried and “discredited,” reportedly due to the network’s mistaken vetting of one eyewitness’s account of the incident. However, according to Logan, the report was disparaged because it was critical of the Obama administration’s failure to come

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25 Years After The Rwandan Genocide, The West Still Hasn’t Learned The Right Lesson

April 7 of this year marks the 25th anniversary of the start of the Rwandan Genocide, and July 15 marks the end of it. Back in 1994, more than 800,000 ethnic Hutus and Tutsis perished in a 100-day killing spree. Twenty-five years later, it is still hard to comprehend how something so shocking took place. Twenty-five years later, many of us

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