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Herb London
Herb London
Herbert I. London worked as the president of Hudson Institute and professor emeritus of New York University. He is the author of Decade of Denial (Lexington Books, 2001) and America's Secular Challenge (Encounter Books, 2008).
 

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Oct. 27, 2010 9:53 am
You have undoubtedly heard of existentialism, a philosophical position based on personal choice without the benefit of normative judgment. Well I reject it since driving through a red light is hazardous to your health. However, I am a resistentialist, an eponymous condition in which adherents categorically reject the fatuities of modern life. Let me cite several examples. Automobile...  Read More
Oct. 20, 2010 2:03 pm
President Barack Obama has descended so far into the thickets of political slime that he may never be able to extricate himself. With massive midterm losses looming and his presidency potentially paralyzed as a result, the president made the startling claim that the U.S. Chamber of Commerce was accepting foreign donations to launch a campaign against him, a charge that even the NY Times – a...  Read More
Oct. 14, 2010 9:36 am
During the course of an early morning Sunday news program, the putative head of House Republicans, John Boehner, was being questioned. His interrogator said, “Congressman Boehner, you are opposed to cap and trade, Obama healthcare, and the stimulus package, please tell us what the Republicans are for.” It struck me that the question was equivalent to giving LeBron James an open lane for a slam...  Read More
Oct. 5, 2010 12:10 pm
“They are extremists;” “they are pawns of the Republican party;” “they are revolutionaries,” so it goes with strident leftist attacks on Tea Party adherents. Alarmed at the expansion of the federal government since 2009 and frustrated by the Obama administration’s redistribution schemes, many Americans have taken to the streets. Most of these people were apolitical before the intrusiveness of...  Read More
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