Seize No Day

Seize No Day

Chilton Williamson, Jr.

When one is tired of London, said Dr. Johnson, one is tired of life. I spent a week in London last November, a city I have visited many times and know well having lived a year there with my family while I was growing up.

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Displaced Persons

Displaced Persons

Derek Turner

In an age of anti-elite anger, it might seem otiose to publish an academic analysis of aristocratic ideas in Western thought.

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Not Prudent at That Juncture

Not Prudent at That Juncture

Aaron D. Wolf

Following the death of President George Herbert Walker Bush at age 94, the mainstream press and the television punditariat began treating the occasion as the passing of America’s grandpa.

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  • Can America Fight Two Cold Wars at Once?

    Pat Buchanan | December 18, 2018

    Kim Jong Un, angered by the newest U.S. sanctions, is warning that North Korea's commitment to denuclearization could be imperiled and we could be headed for "exchanges of fire."

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  • Downfall—the Theresa May Story

    Ralph Berry | December 17, 2018

    At this time our thoughts turn to Theresa May’s bunker, which we politely do not name Untergang but cannot put the word out of mind. The scenes from that film are etched on the mind: the soldiers and functionaries are as polite and dutiful as ever, but the Soviet artillery is now creeping up to the bunker under the Reich Chancellery.

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