History

The Phony ‘Crises’ of Progressives

By The Editor

Phony indeed — here is Bruce Thornton: Manufacturing a crisis to expand power. In November 2008, President-elect Obama’s chief-of-staff Rahm Emanuel signaled the new administration’s progressive sensibility when he said, “You never let a…

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Why You Should Be a Nationalist

By The Editor

Another important video from Prager University: It’s undeniable: Around the world, nationalism is on the march, and the media and reigning political elites would have you believe this is a dangerous disaster in the…

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Having a Merry Pagan Christmas

By The Editor

Merry Pagan Christmas! Here is Robert Knight: New York Times columnist Ross Douthat says the culture war in America may not be so much about secularism or atheism replacing Christianity but the rise of…

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Democracy, Deliberation, and the Internet

By John Biver

Bruce Thornton, one of my favorite writers these days, has a new article posted about our country, its political deliberation, and the Internet. Thornton’s depth of understanding and knowledge of history mirrors that of…

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Europe Wake Up!

By The Editor

Interview conducted by Niram Feretti. Original Italian title: “Europa svegliati”: Controverso Quotidiano: You have written much recently about Europe’s nativist-nationalist-populist-far-right parties, which you call civilizationist. Why do you use this term? Daniel Pipes: Because…

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Going Full Yellow Jacket . . . and Saving the West

By The Editor

“Full Yellow Jacket” — I like it — here is Robert Miller: French President Emmanuel Macron’s concessions to Paris protestors signaled the first surrender of the West’s internationalist establishment to populist demands. Macron’s concessions are all…

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The other Solzhenitsyn

By The Editor

By Alex Alexiev: Solzhenitsyn’s reputation as a giant among writers is secure and unshakeable.  Yet there is another side to him that justifies us in breaking the Latin admonition “de mortuis nihil nisi bonum,” or…

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