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Victoria Nuland gives Russia-Ukraine War briefing

Nuland, We Hardly Knew Ye

The arch-neoconservative Victoria Nuland resigned from the State Department last week, after a long career of fomenting nearly every U.S. foreign policy debacle—most especially Ukraine's losing war with Russia.

Reactionary Aesthete, T. S. Eliot, traditionalist, the hollow men, the idea of a christian society

Remembering T. S. Eliot

T. S. Eliot was a traditionalist, but he was also an aesthete, one who defended the independence of art and lauded the highly individualistic work of various modern poets. The caricatures never do him justice.

Buzz Aldrin, Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, NASA, Apollo 11, moon mission

America Can Be Great Again

America's crowning achievement was the moon landing. But, since 1972, our nation's priorities have shifted from moon missions to diversity, equity, and inclusion. It doesn't have to be this way.