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Boyd D. Cathey


Boyd D. Cathey holds a Ph.D. in European History from the Catholic University of Navarra, Pamplona, Spain, where he was a Richard Weaver Fellow, and an M.A. in Intellectual History from the University of Virginia. He was assistant to the late Russell Kirk and State Registrar of the North Carolina Division of Archives and History.

  • Virginia Governor Northam, Racism, and the Gadarene Swine of 2019

    By Boyd D. Cathey | February 04, 2019
    You would have thought Virginia Democrat Governor Ralph Northam had been a co-conspirator in the assassination of Martin Luther King, given the reaction to what appeared to be a page in his 1984 Eastern Virginia Medical School yearbook.
  • Who is Really Responsible for Political Violence?

    By Boyd D. Cathey | November 19, 2018
    For the past year or so . . . the mainstream media, including many of the supposed conservative commentators at Fox, have been all a-twitter with demands that President Trump “lower the volume.”
  • What has Happened to Masculinity in 21st Century?

    By Boyd D. Cathey | September 27, 2018
    The feminist movement has been and is, in effect, a rebellion against the laws of Nature and also against the very teachings and beliefs of historic Christianity.
  • That Royal Wedding, Reverend Michael Curry, and the End of England

    By Boyd D. Cathey | May 23, 2018
    Our world is perishing for the lack of heroes, for the lack of those Don Juans of Austria, for those new and courageous Stonewall Jacksons and for kings like John Sobieski or St. Louis of France, who would stand manfully against the onrushing tide of Modernity and decay in our civilization.

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