Eugene Girin

Eugene Girin is a New York-based attorney and commentator.

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  • With Friends Like These
    Reviews
    February 2016

    With Friends Like These

    The elegantly titled "Iron Wall" is a perfect example of how a necessary book on an important topic can be rendered inadequate by the author’s all-consuming bias.

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  • Royalism and Reaction
    Reviews
    September 2015

    Royalism and Reaction

    After publishing highly acclaimed biographies of Zola and Flaubert, the New York City-based Frederick Brown established himself as an expert on French cultural and intellectual life with his magnificent book For the Soul of France.

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  • Blog
    April 13, 2015

    The Wisdom of Old Rabinovich

    Indiana's shameful surrender to the Gay Mafia, Big Business, the Left, and the Commentariat on the Religious Freedom Restoration Act came as no surprise. Indeed, Pat Buchanan's most recent column on the whole sorry debacle contains words that must be memorized by every traditionalist.

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  • Blog
    March 19, 2015

    The Unsinkable Bibi Netanyahu

    The recent Israeli Knesset elections surprised the world by returning Benjamin Netanyahu and his Likud party to power. The resounding win put Netanyahu on the path to becoming the longest serving PM in Israeli history and caused some consternation and disappointment both in the White House and Brussels.

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  • Blog
    March 9, 2015

    Whisk(e)y: An Appreciation

    I used to have a test for when an immigrant is truly Americanized (if such a thing is possible these days): When he starts liking football as much or more than soccer.

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  • Blog
    February 27, 2015

    Fifty Shades of Dreck or Homage to a Psychopath

    The bestselling Fifty Shades trilogy by E.L. James (pen name of British authoress Erika Mitchell), which includes the books Fifty Shades of Grey, Fifty Shades Shades Darker, and Fifty Shades Free became the latest fad in the shabby genre of lowbrow female fiction.

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  • Blog
    February 19, 2015

    Netanyahu and "European" Antisemitism

    The most recent Muslim terrorist outrage took place in Copenhagen this time. Omar Abdel Hamid El-Hussein shot up first, a free speech meeting, killing a Danish documentary filmmaker, and moved on to shoot up a synagogue where a bat mitzvah celebration was held, killing a volunteer guard from the local Jewish community before being dispatched by Danish cops.

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  • Blog
    February 13, 2015

    A Valentine's Day Reflection

    A year or so ago, I discovered the work of Czech author Karel Capek who died on the eve of World War II. He was very popular in Eastern Europe and is barely known in the West.

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  • <em>Annus Horribilis</em>
    Reviews
    March 2015

    Annus Horribilis

    The centennial of that enormous calamity later known as World War I saw the release of about a dozen books on the subject.

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  • Blog
    February 2, 2015

    Reading The London Spectator in Kishinev

    Back in September 1994, he wrote a small column, "Black Deeds, Black Heroes" for The London Spectator about the recent O. J. Simpson arrest and the racial situation in America.

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  • Blog
    January 27, 2015

    The Brooklyn Museum and the Triumph of Non-Art

    For years, I avoided going into "hip", fashionable museums like the Tate Modern, the MOMA, and the Guggenheim where all this modernist dreck was exhibited and celebrated.

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  • Blog
    January 20, 2015

    What MLK Day Says About Today's America

    Today's America could be described as a country led by a plagiarist, with the help of another plagiarist, which celebrates a holiday in honor of a third plagiarist: Barrack Obama, Joe Biden, and Martin Luther King.

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  • Blog
    January 12, 2015

    Muslim Terrorism in Paris

    Muslim Terrorism in Paris, Michel Houellebecq's Cowardice, and the Islamization of France: An Interview with Russian writer Elena Choudinova, author of The Notre Dame de Paris Mosque. Translated from Russian by Eugene Girin

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  • Dealing With the Devil
    Vital Signs
    February 2015

    Dealing With the Devil

    Ralph Sarchie exudes an aura of intense strength when he walks into a room. A fit, middle-aged man with heavily tattooed arms (pictures of his daughters and tough cop tattoos, like one that reads New York Untouchables) and a buzz cut, who speaks with a Queens accent straight out of Martin Scorcese’s Goodfellas, Sarchie has a rare and perilous profession.

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  • Blog
    January 5, 2015

    Pope Francis: Man of the Year?

    In the midst of the cold war declared by the NYPD against our ultra-liberal mayor, the hot wars in Ukraine, Syria, and Iraq, I could not help but notice a well-written and hard-hitting piece by traditionalist Catholic attorney Christopher Ferrara for redoubtable Remnant newspaper.

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  • Blog
    December 24, 2014

    Christmas and New Year's With Chronicles

    For the last couple of years, this poor little Jewish boy (to paraphrase Taki) has a tradition. Every Christmas, I like to read a novella or a story (with a glass or two or three of spiced wine) that puts me into the holiday mood.

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  • Blog
    December 9, 2014

    Eric Garner Case: The Score

    Recently, the Big Burrito erupted into protests after Italian-American Police Officer Daniel Pantaleo was cleared by a grand jury of all criminal responsibility in the death of Black man Eric Garner who died after being allegedly held in a banned chokehold by Pantaleo during an attempt to restrain and arrest him.

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  • Blog
    November 4, 2014

    Mi General: Defending Augusto Pinochet at CUNY

    Part of being a paleoconservative is facing down hostile remarks and insults by the usual suspects of the Left and the neocon Right.

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  • Blog
    October 20, 2014

    Witnessing Anarcho-Tyranny

    Nowhere is anarcho-tyranny more evident than in this country's criminal courts. A few weeks ago, I was asked to do the arraignment of an older Central European immigrant. His crime? Burning wood in a metal barrel in his own backyard.

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  • Blog
    October 6, 2014

    NYC: A Second Amendment-Free Zone, Part II

    The passive aggressive bureaucratic roadblocks such as the co-habitant permission requirement, are surely a violation of the Second Amendment, but unsurprisingly, the mayors and the courts upheld them.

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