Devin C. Foley

Devin C. Foley is co-founder and chief executive of The Charlemagne Institute, publisher of Chronicles.

Latest by Devin C. Foley in Chronicles

  • Lighting Up History
    March 2020

    Lighting Up History

    When it comes to social hierarchy, smokers are only a few notches above pedophiles. Yes, smokers are bad, they smell terrible, and they cost us money—and everyone knows it. One would expect the “smokers bad” message to saturate The Cigarette. Surprisingly, author Sarah Milov spends almost no time singling smokers out for abuse. On the other hand, the book includes the requisite virtue signaling throughout to remind us that just like cigarettes, the elite, privileged white patriarchy is bad, too.

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  • In This Number
    November 2019

    In This Number

    I write with bittersweet excitement to reveal the new interim editor in chief of Chronicles. As our readers know, Aaron Wolf was to become the editor in chief this year, but passed away suddenly on Easter Sunday. Aaron was an exceptional man and a wonderful, loyal editor for Chronicles, serving the institution for 20 years. Not a day goes by that we don’t miss his grace and intellect.

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  • The Epstein Enigma
    October 2019

    The Epstein Enigma

    According to the official narrative, on Aug. 10, 2019, Jeffrey Epstein, the billionaire playboy charged with sex-trafficking minors, committed suicide in his jail cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York City. Only a third of Americans actually believe this narrative, according to polling.

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  • Polemics & Exchanges
    August 2019

    That Culture Thing

    We have been long-time subscribers and readers. Chronicles is one of many periodicals, newspapers, journals, magazines, books we read expressing thoughts that span the political idea spectrum. You state that you are a magazine of American culture. I do not know how you define that and would like your definition. I find your articles perplexing. You seem to give Donald Trump a big pass on so many issues. You have lots of complaints about America’s popular culture. I no longer know what you stand for. What do you stand for and what is your idea of American culture?

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  • Polemics & Exchanges
    August 2019

    Whither Chronicles?

    I have been a subscriber to Chronicles for roughly twenty-five years. I love the print magazine, which I intend to take until I pass on to my reward, its publication ceases, or its “voice” becomes indistinct from that of National Review, whichever comes first.But it seems to me that, beginning about the time of the death of Tom Landess, there have been changes afoot behind the scenes that have proceeded at a fairly rapid pace.

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