ROGER D. HODGE

Into the Silence

Posted in Essays, Links by Roger D. Hodge on April 19, 2012

Borderworld

Posted in Essays, Links by Roger D. Hodge on December 22, 2011

Ten Guns, Ten Horses, Ten Wives

Posted in Essays, Links by Roger D. Hodge on December 7, 2011

My essay on Empire of the Summer Moon: Quanah Parker and the Rise and Fall of the Comanche Tribe, by S.C. Gwynne, appears in the December 15 issue of the London Review of Books.

Round Two

Posted in Links by Roger D. Hodge on October 5, 2011

A little post-election serenata

Posted in Commentary, Links by Roger D. Hodge on November 5, 2010

The Mendacity of Alan Wolfe

Posted in Links by Roger D. Hodge on October 28, 2010

One Nation Working Together for the Democratic Party

Posted in Links by Roger D. Hodge on October 27, 2010

What happened to the anti-war movement? Justin Raimondo has some thoughts on the question.

Progressives have made a deal with the devil. And the bargain is this: they’ll shut up about murdering innocent Afghan and Pakistani civilians, about US assassination squads, and about the wholesale assault on our civil liberties, if they can get the goodies they want here at home: more government spending, more government employees, and more government period. After all, who cares if a lot of foreigners get killed? As long as they get theirs.

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