• Does America Have a Future?
    October 06, 2020

    Does America Have a Future?

    Demographic and moral decline afflicts America. We are witnessing the unraveling national self-awareness of the American ethnos, facilitated by the treason of our guardians and combined with the centralization of their power.
  • Ten Days That Shook the Presidency
    October 06, 2020

    Ten Days That Shook the Presidency

    President Trump nominated a judge for the Supreme Court, weathered a major hit piece, failed in the first debate, and was diagnosed with COVID, all in 10 days. It was a rough ride for the President.
  • It's Late, But There's Still Time
    October 02, 2020

    It's Late, But There's Still Time

    Despite a disastrous first debate, President Trump can still triumph. He needs to show that while he may have lost the Mr. Nice Guy competition of 2020, in the situation we are in now, the nation needs a strong leader—not a good buddy.
  • Biden's Would-Be Globalist Foreign Policy
    September 30, 2020

    Biden's Would-Be Globalist Foreign Policy

    Joe Biden is a creature of the foreign policy establishment and his administration would return America to the globalist status quo: more international agreements like the Paris accord and more foreign wars to keep defense contractors profitable.
  • The Caucasian Powder Keg
    September 30, 2020

    The Caucasian Powder Keg

    The conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan is a typical example of the still-unsettled ethnic and territorial disputes that resulted from the arbitrary borders drawn by the Communist leaders of the multiethnic, former Soviet states.
  • U.S. Politics Gives Brits a Bad Trip
    September 30, 2020

    U.S. Politics Gives Brits a Bad Trip

    The fact that Donald Trump might be reelected strikes lots of Brits as mad. However, Brits who aren’t conditioned by the mainstream press get euphoric when watching Trump confront Black Lives Matter, Beijing, and the political elites.
  • Our Recessional Culture
    September 30, 2020

    Our Recessional Culture

    We have forgotten God. America's journey from Camelot to COVID was the result of many wrong turns, but abandoning our faith was central to our political, economic, moral, and cultural decline.
  • The Sensual and the Savage
    September 30, 2020

    The Sensual and the Savage

    In Yes, God, Yes, writer and director Karen Maine ridicules Catholics for their supposed ignorance and sexual attitudes. The main character, played by Natalia Dyer, is caught between her religious training and her longing for the forbidden.
  • Here's Looking at You, Beirut
    September 30, 2020

    Here's Looking at You, Beirut

    America is becoming a continent sized Lebanon: a failed state that cannot control its own borders, rife with political corruption and factionalism. Taki recounts his time in Beirut in the '70s, and notices some similarities to today.
  • Was Poland's Notorious Communist Dictator Actually a Conservative?
    September 30, 2020

    Was Poland's Notorious Communist Dictator Actually a Conservative?

    Polish leader Wojciech Jaruzelski was a communist dictator, but one whose decisions were guided by the desire to maintain order and stability against a revolutionary wave; a ruler guided by geopolitical realism. Just now, scholars are realizing this.
  • Fourth Generation War Comes to a Theater Near You
    September 30, 2020

    Fourth Generation War Comes to a Theater Near You

    The American State is losing legitimacy and the next president can do little to restore it. People are transferring their loyalty from the State to causes like race, religion, ideology, or politics. Welcome to "Fourth Generation War."
  • What the Editors Are Reading
    September 30, 2020

    What the Editors Are Reading

    The Ideological Origins of the American Revolution (1967) by Bernard Bailyn, and The End of the Modern World (1950) by Romano Guardini.
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