Matthew Kaufman

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  • Vindicated

    All In The Family, the 1970's TV series in which Norman Lear sought to convince the world that Middle Americans were ignorant bigots like Archie Bunker, recently had its twentieth anniversary special on CBS.

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  • Suspended Without Pay

    Andy Rooney, the 60 Minutes humorist, found himself suspended without pay by CBS in February after a homosexual magazine, The Advocate, attributed racial comments to him—comments he denies making, and for which The Advocate's reporter has no proof.

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  • Who Is Insulted?

    Senator Paul Simon (D-IL), former presidential candidate, wants to abolish Chief Illiniwek, mascot of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The Chief, a student who performs a war dance at halftime during UI football and basketball games, has recently been denounced by campus malcontents, on the usual grounds ("racism," etc.).

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  • August 1988

    Hatching Armageddon

    Among public officials, "the arms control process" is sacrosanct. The minority are willing to voice relatively narrow and legalistic complaints about specific treaties, never failing to assure us of their support for arms control per se and their eagerness to go back and get a "better" treaty.

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  • May 1988

    American Sentinel

    Those of us who have helped to found conservative campus journals envy The American Spectator. Born in 1967 into modest circumstances it has gone on to achieve nationwide distribution, a distinguished list of subscribers, and a 500-page anniversary collection of its work from a major publisher

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  • Genderless Society Just Around the Corner

    The genderless society is just around the corner. Eager to oblige, the Pentagon has ordered a series of "reforms" that will admit women to some 4,000 military positions previously reserved to men.

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