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A Stubborn Love of Honor

by Taki Theodoracopulos

For the Ancient Greeks, the concepts of courage and honor were indivisible. Both are necessary to fight for what is most important.

A Leftist Look at American Unrest

by Betsy Clarke

In Wildland, Evan Osnos observes the raging fires of political, environmental, and social problems in America, but his leftist orientation misidentifies how those fires got started.

Equality’s Rising Flood

by Paul Gottfried

The obsession with equality or "equity," transgenderism, racial politics and the rest of Western social wreckage since the 1950s was foreshadowed by the events of the French Revolution.

The Goodness of King George

by Derek Turner

In The Last King of America, Andrew Roberts shows George III to be a much better man and king than the caricature presented by propagandists on both sides of the Atlantic.

Amnesia of the Weather Alarmists

by Roger D. McGrath

Hot weather is nothing new. The climate alarmists would be less alarmed if they knew history.

“America First” In Name Only

by Pedro Gonzalez

The America First Policy Institute is the latest group of swamp creatures masquerading as America First populists.

Remembering Shinzo Abe

by Ian Henderson

Shinzo Abe was a strong and unifying leader of Japan, restoring a sense of national identity and tradition.

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A Day of Infamy in Europe

A Day of Infamy in Europe

The destruction of two Russian gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea fits into a suspicious pattern of U.S. economic sabotage, and will have disastrous long-term consequences for both Europeans and Americans.

Meloni Contra Mundum

Meloni Contra Mundum

The election of Italy’s new right-wing nationalist prime minister, Giorgina Meloni, is a rebuke to the woke liberal democratic system and its political-theological nerve center in Washington, D.C.

Putin’s Hesitant Mobilization

Putin’s Hesitant Mobilization

The limited mobilization of Russian troops in the Ukraine conflict is the natural result of Putin’s hesitant and risk-averse leadership. It makes sense only if it is the first step toward total mobilization, both military and economic.

Putin’s Narrowing Options

Putin’s Narrowing Options

In Putin’s War, the tide is turning against the Russians, and Putin faces the prospect of having been the ruler who launched Russia's least necessary war. His situation is growing desperate.

Labor Day and a Changed Left

Labor Day and a Changed Left

The officially approved “left” and “right,” although riven in apparent conflict, in fact represent little more than a debate between managerial styles. The real class struggle today is between the supporters and the critics of the Western managerial-therapeutic regime.

The Democrats’ Stay-at-Home Campaign Strategy

The Democrats’ Stay-at-Home Campaign Strategy

For the Democrats, it is no longer even necessary to produce sentient candidates. Our media will invent made-to-order “progressives” and, if necessary, carry them across the electoral finish line, while their opponents are belittled or kept from public view.

Mikhail Gorbachev: Failed Politician

Mikhail Gorbachev: Failed Politician

Mikhail Gorbachev was perhaps the most abject failure among late 20th-century leaders. He let a destructive genie out of the bottle that led to NATO’s eastward expansion and laid the groundwork for the war in Ukraine.

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