White anxiety is the single greatest driver of right-wing politics in the United States, and it is as understandable as the fear one feels while trying to avoid death by drowning.
Politically correct victim narratives are driving America apart.
A Consoling Disorientation
Maybe we need the pressure of loss close at hand in order to catch glimpses of things as they really are.
Ireland’s Arc to a Post-Christian Nation
Crawford Gribben has produced a fascinating history of Christian Ireland from its promising beginnings, in the age following the fall of the Roman Empire, to its dramatic decline in recent decades.
Emperor Xi of the CCP
China's 20th National Congress of the CCP brought two novelties: a new emphasis on military strength and the complete consolidation of power into the hands of President Xi Jinping.
‘Christian Nationalism’ Is a Psyop
The current 'Christian nationalism' propaganda campaign launched just after the so-called Jan. 6 insurrection. We should think carefully before we adopt the left’s smear words for ourselves.
Christian Nationalism—A Protestant View
American institutions ought to be Christian, primarily Protestant, but with wide toleration of theological difference.
Christian Nationalism—A Catholic Integralist View
Natural law, not liberalism, directs Man to his proper end.
Christian Nationalism Is a Political Fantasy
Without unity among Christians, there can be no Christian state.
Onward, Christian Nationalist
Self-described Christian nationalists should be focused on repairing the disastrous mistake of liberalism and returning to objective moral foundations.
Tulsi at the Turning Point
Tulsi Gabbard's farewell to the Democratic Party sounds more like a declaration of war. Most of her remarks would pass muster at a Trump rally.
A Midterm Reality Check
With the Georgia runoff results in, the midterms represent a remarkable achievement for the Democratic Party. They've held their own despite failing grades in all polls on inflation, crime, foreign policy, and immigration, and a mostly senile president.
Remembering William Pitt
Long after his death, William Pitt is remembered as one of England’s finest statesmen, a man who valued his country's mixed constitution and unique combination of high regard for the rights of man and a stable social order where king, nobles, and commoners all had their place.
What We Are Reading: December 2022
Short reviews of Feminism & Freedom, by Michael Levin, and the Sword of Honor trilogy, by Evelyn Waugh.
Books in Brief: December 2022
Short reviews of The Right: The Hundred-Year War for American Conservatism, by Matthew Continetti, and The Black Boom, by Jason Riley.
The Trump Train Rides Again
Donald Trump's announcement speech for his 2024 presidential bid raised more questions than answers about what he did or did not learn as an executive in his first term.
The Pygmies Squeak … Again
Neocon intellectual midgets continue to smear Sam Francis long after his death because his writings represent an effective opposition to the ruling class.
Unsmearing Warren G. Harding
In The Jazz Age President, Ryan Walters sets the record straight about the often-misrepresented Warren G. Harding, who, in his brief time as president, led the country out of a crisis.
Film reviews featuring femmes fatales Aubrey Plaza in Emily the Criminal, Florence Pugh in Don't Worry Darling, and Lizabeth Scott in Too Late for Tears.
The Wehrmacht in Their Own Words
By allowing the German soldiers to speak, historian David Harrisville helps us to see World War II through their eyes, almost sympathetically. Many were devoted Christians who saw the war as a struggle against "godless" and "inhumane" Soviets.