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Kim Holmes, former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State and currently a Distinguished Fellow at the Heritage Foundation sits down with Ben Weingarten for Encounter Books to discuss his new book “The Closing of the Liberal Mind: How Groupthink and Intolerance Define the Left.” During the interview, Kim and Ben discuss a variety of issues including America’s transition from natural law to postmodern leftism, the logical inconsistencies of moral relativism and identity politics, the postmodern left’s attack on the law in general and free speech in particular and what Americans can do to fight back against the regressive ideology that is turning the nation’s most cherished principles on their head.

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Kim Holmes, former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State and currently a Distinguished Fellow at the Heritage Foundation sits down with Ben Weingarten for Encounter Books to discuss his new book “The Closing of the Liberal Mind: How Groupthink and Intolerance Define the Left.” During the interview, Kim and Ben discuss a variety of issues including America’s transition from natural law to postmodern leftism, the logical inconsistencies of moral relativism and identity politics, the postmodern left’s attack on the law in general and free speech in particular and what Americans can do to fight back against the regressive ideology that is turning the nation’s most cherished principles on their head.

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Kim Holmes, former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State and currently a Distinguished Fellow at the Heritage Foundation sits down with Ben Weingarten for Encounter Books to discuss his new book “The Closing of the Liberal Mind: How Groupthink and Intolerance Define the Left.” During the interview, Kim and Ben discuss a variety of issues including America’s transition from natural law to postmodern leftism, the logical inconsistencies of moral relativism and identity politics, the postmodern left’s attack on the law in general and free speech in particular and what Americans can do to fight back against the regressive ideology that is turning the nation’s most cherished principles on their head.

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Kim Holmes, former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State and currently a Distinguished Fellow at the Heritage Foundation sits down with Ben Weingarten for Encounter Books to discuss his new book “The Closing of the Liberal Mind: How Groupthink and Intolerance Define the Left.” During the interview, Kim and Ben discuss a variety of issues including America’s transition from natural law to postmodern leftism, the logical inconsistencies of moral relativism and identity politics, the postmodern left’s attack on the law in general and free speech in particular and what Americans can do to fight back against the regressive ideology that is turning the nation’s most cherished principles on their head.

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Kim Holmes, former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State and currently a Distinguished Fellow at the Heritage Foundation sits down with Ben Weingarten for Encounter Books to discuss his new book “The Closing of the Liberal Mind: How Groupthink and Intolerance Define the Left.” During the interview, Kim and Ben discuss a variety of issues including America’s transition from natural law to postmodern leftism, the logical inconsistencies of moral relativism and identity politics, the postmodern left’s attack on the law in general and free speech in particular and what Americans can do to fight back against the regressive ideology that is turning the nation’s most cherished principles on their head.

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Kim Holmes, former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State and currently a Distinguished Fellow at the Heritage Foundation sits down with Ben Weingarten for Encounter Books to discuss his new book “The Closing of the Liberal Mind: How Groupthink and Intolerance Define the Left.” During the interview, Kim and Ben discuss a variety of issues including America’s transition from natural law to postmodern leftism, the logical inconsistencies of moral relativism and identity politics, the postmodern left’s attack on the law in general and free speech in particular and what Americans can do to fight back against the regressive ideology that is turning the nation’s most cherished principles on their head.

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Professor Barry Latzer sits down with Ben Weingarten of Encounter Books to discuss his new book “The Rise and Fall of Violent Crime in America.” During the interview, Prof. Latzer and Ben discuss a range of topics including Prof. Latzer’s difficulty in publishing a book that talks about the correlation between violent crime and race, the link between war and crime, the interesting theory of the inverse relationship between homicide and suicide rates, the surprising lack of correlation between economics and crime, what caused the spike of crime from the late 1960s through the early 1990s and the drastic plummet of rates from the late 1990s to today, the deep question of whether crime is attributable to economics or culture, and what the future of violent crime looks like in America.

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Professor Barry Latzer sits down with Ben Weingarten of Encounter Books to discuss his new book “The Rise and Fall of Violent Crime in America.” During the interview, Prof. Latzer and Ben discuss a range of topics including Prof. Latzer’s difficulty in publishing a book that talks about the correlation between violent crime and race, the link between war and crime, the interesting theory of the inverse relationship between homicide and suicide rates, the surprising lack of correlation between economics and crime, what caused the spike of crime from the late 1960s through the early 1990s and the drastic plummet of rates from the late 1990s to today, the deep question of whether crime is attributable to economics or culture, and what the future of violent crime looks like in America.

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Professor Barry Latzer sits down with Ben Weingarten of Encounter Books to discuss his new book “The Rise and Fall of Violent Crime in America.” During the interview, Prof. Latzer and Ben discuss a range of topics including Prof. Latzer’s difficulty in publishing a book that talks about the correlation between violent crime and race, the link between war and crime, the interesting theory of the inverse relationship between homicide and suicide rates, the surprising lack of correlation between economics and crime, what caused the spike of crime from the late 1960s through the early 1990s and the drastic plummet of rates from the late 1990s to today, the deep question of whether crime is attributable to economics or culture, and what the future of violent crime looks like in America.

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Professor Barry Latzer sits down with Ben Weingarten of Encounter Books to discuss his new book “The Rise and Fall of Violent Crime in America.” During the interview, Prof. Latzer and Ben discuss a range of topics including Prof. Latzer’s difficulty in publishing a book that talks about the correlation between violent crime and race, the link between war and crime, the interesting theory of the inverse relationship between homicide and suicide rates, the surprising lack of correlation between economics and crime, what caused the spike of crime from the late 1960s through the early 1990s and the drastic plummet of rates from the late 1990s to today, the deep question of whether crime is attributable to economics or culture, and what the future of violent crime looks like in America.

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Professor Barry Latzer sits down with Ben Weingarten of Encounter Books to discuss his new book “The Rise and Fall of Violent Crime in America.” During the interview, Prof. Latzer and Ben discuss a range of topics including Prof. Latzer’s difficulty in publishing a book that talks about the correlation between violent crime and race, the link between war and crime, the interesting theory of the inverse relationship between homicide and suicide rates, the surprising lack of correlation between economics and crime, what caused the spike of crime from the late 1960s through the early 1990s and the drastic plummet of rates from the late 1990s to today, the deep question of whether crime is attributable to economics or culture, and what the future of violent crime looks like in America.

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Professor Barry Latzer sits down with Ben Weingarten of Encounter Books to discuss his new book “The Rise and Fall of Violent Crime in America.” During the interview, Prof. Latzer and Ben discuss a range of topics including Prof. Latzer’s difficulty in publishing a book that talks about the correlation between violent crime and race, the link between war and crime, the interesting theory of the inverse relationship between homicide and suicide rates, the surprising lack of correlation between economics and crime, what caused the spike of crime from the late 1960s through the early 1990s and the drastic plummet of rates from the late 1990s to today, the deep question of whether crime is attributable to economics or culture, and what the future of violent crime looks like in America.

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Professor Barry Latzer sits down with Ben Weingarten of Encounter Books to discuss his new book “The Rise and Fall of Violent Crime in America.” During the interview, Prof. Latzer and Ben discuss a range of topics including Prof. Latzer’s difficulty in publishing a book that talks about the correlation between violent crime and race, the link between war and crime, the interesting theory of the inverse relationship between homicide and suicide rates, the surprising lack of correlation between economics and crime, what caused the spike of crime from the late 1960s through the early 1990s and the drastic plummet of rates from the late 1990s to today, the deep question of whether crime is attributable to economics or culture, and what the future of violent crime looks like in America.

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Art historian and national security advisor to Republican Presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz, Dr. Victoria Coates sits down with Ben Weingarten of Encounter Books to discuss her new book “David’s Sling: A History of Democracy in Ten Works of Art.” During the interview, Dr. Coates and Ben discuss a wide variety of topics, including the indelible link between democracy and creativity, the significance of great works of art and architecture in the history of freedom from Michelangelo’s David to the Parthenon and Picasso’s Guernica, why the entrepreneurial art community endorses political stances anathema to the freedom that sustains it, and everything you would ever want to know about Sen. Ted Cruz’s foreign policy vision. On this latter point, among other subjects Dr. Coates and Ben discuss the principles that form the Cruz Doctrine, who in the foreign policy sphere truly carries the mantle of Jeanne Kirkpatrick, what “winning” in the Middle East would look like for America under a President Cruz, Saudi Arabia vs. Iran, whether America has a responsibility under NATO to defend an Islamic supremacist Turkish regime against Russia, how a President Cruz would handle an ascendant Russia, the long-term threat posed by China and how to counter her, the greatest threat to America’s national interest we are most underestimating or ignoring, and much more.

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Art historian and national security advisor to Republican Presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz, Dr. Victoria Coates sits down with Ben Weingarten of Encounter Books to discuss her new book “David’s Sling: A History of Democracy in Ten Works of Art.” During the interview, Dr. Coates and Ben discuss a wide variety of topics, including the indelible link between democracy and creativity, the significance of great works of art and architecture in the history of freedom from Michelangelo’s David to the Parthenon and Picasso’s Guernica, why the entrepreneurial art community endorses political stances anathema to the freedom that sustains it, and everything you would ever want to know about Sen. Ted Cruz’s foreign policy vision. On this latter point, among other subjects Dr. Coates and Ben discuss the principles that form the Cruz Doctrine, who in the foreign policy sphere truly carries the mantle of Jeanne Kirkpatrick, what “winning” in the Middle East would look like for America under a President Cruz, Saudi Arabia vs. Iran, whether America has a responsibility under NATO to defend an Islamic supremacist Turkish regime against Russia, how a President Cruz would handle an ascendant Russia, the long-term threat posed by China and how to counter her, the greatest threat to America’s national interest we are most underestimating or ignoring, and much more.

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Art historian and national security advisor to Republican Presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz, Dr. Victoria Coates sits down with Ben Weingarten of Encounter Books to discuss her new book “David’s Sling: A History of Democracy in Ten Works of Art.” During the interview, Dr. Coates and Ben discuss a wide variety of topics, including the indelible link between democracy and creativity, the significance of great works of art and architecture in the history of freedom from Michelangelo’s David to the Parthenon and Picasso’s Guernica, why the entrepreneurial art community endorses political stances anathema to the freedom that sustains it, and everything you would ever want to know about Sen. Ted Cruz’s foreign policy vision. On this latter point, among other subjects Dr. Coates and Ben discuss the principles that form the Cruz Doctrine, who in the foreign policy sphere truly carries the mantle of Jeanne Kirkpatrick, what “winning” in the Middle East would look like for America under a President Cruz, Saudi Arabia vs. Iran, whether America has a responsibility under NATO to defend an Islamic supremacist Turkish regime against Russia, how a President Cruz would handle an ascendant Russia, the long-term threat posed by China and how to counter her, the greatest threat to America’s national interest we are most underestimating or ignoring, and much more.

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Art historian and national security advisor to Republican Presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz, Dr. Victoria Coates sits down with Ben Weingarten of Encounter Books to discuss her new book “David’s Sling: A History of Democracy in Ten Works of Art.” During the interview, Dr. Coates and Ben discuss a wide variety of topics, including the indelible link between democracy and creativity, the significance of great works of art and architecture in the history of freedom from Michelangelo’s David to the Parthenon and Picasso’s Guernica, why the entrepreneurial art community endorses political stances anathema to the freedom that sustains it, and everything you would ever want to know about Sen. Ted Cruz’s foreign policy vision. On this latter point, among other subjects Dr. Coates and Ben discuss the principles that form the Cruz Doctrine, who in the foreign policy sphere truly carries the mantle of Jeanne Kirkpatrick, what “winning” in the Middle East would look like for America under a President Cruz, Saudi Arabia vs. Iran, whether America has a responsibility under NATO to defend an Islamic supremacist Turkish regime against Russia, how a President Cruz would handle an ascendant Russia, the long-term threat posed by China and how to counter her, the greatest threat to America’s national interest we are most underestimating or ignoring, and much more.

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Art historian and national security advisor to Republican Presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz, Dr. Victoria Coates sits down with Ben Weingarten of Encounter Books to discuss her new book “David’s Sling: A History of Democracy in Ten Works of Art.” During the interview, Dr. Coates and Ben discuss a wide variety of topics, including the indelible link between democracy and creativity, the significance of great works of art and architecture in the history of freedom from Michelangelo’s David to the Parthenon and Picasso’s Guernica, why the entrepreneurial art community endorses political stances anathema to the freedom that sustains it, and everything you would ever want to know about Sen. Ted Cruz’s foreign policy vision. On this latter point, among other subjects Dr. Coates and Ben discuss the principles that form the Cruz Doctrine, who in the foreign policy sphere truly carries the mantle of Jeanne Kirkpatrick, what “winning” in the Middle East would look like for America under a President Cruz, Saudi Arabia vs. Iran, whether America has a responsibility under NATO to defend an Islamic supremacist Turkish regime against Russia, how a President Cruz would handle an ascendant Russia, the long-term threat posed by China and how to counter her, the greatest threat to America’s national interest we are most underestimating or ignoring, and much more.

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