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America: Imagine a World Without Her

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The huckster D’Souza

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There’s no easier way to make a living than as a non-white activist in the American conservative movement. Simply offer well-meaning whites the nectar of racial absolution and say you care about their country, and they will throw money at you no matter what else you tell them.  Read more …

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Carl Schmitt on the Tyranny of Values

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Gerrit van Honthorst, Croesus and Solon, 1624

Gerrit van Honthorst, Croesus and Solon, 1624

Carl Schmitt’s two essays on “The Tyranny of Values” (1959 and 1967) are typical of his work. They contain simple and illuminating ideas which are nevertheless quite difficult to piece together because Schmitt presents them only through complex conversations with other thinkers and schools of thought. In “The Tyranny of Values” essays, Schmitt’s target is “moralism,” which boils down to doing evil while one thinks one is doing good. Read more …

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Spain & the Failure of Reaction

King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain

King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain

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Felipe VI reigns in Spain – but the only question is what will go first, the Spanish monarchy or Spain itself?

Felipe VI succeeded his father, King Juan Carlos I, who, as the English language media gleefully pointed out, was the successor of “dictator” Francisco Franco. Read more …

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Waking Up From the American Dream
The Fatherland vs. the Republic

John Singleton Copley, "The Copley Family," 1776

John Singleton Copley, “The Copley Family,” 1776

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The French author Jean Raspail noted that his French Fatherland was betrayed by those who confused Republican values with the nation itself. In America, the process is far worse, because the nation was a flawed ideological experiment from the beginning. Read more …

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Waking Up From the American Dream
Freedom vs. Identity

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Turn on the television. Read a mainstream media website. Try and listen to a politician give a speech. This accumulated filth, this celebration of mediocrity, this Third World carnival of grotesqueries is America. Read more …

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Waking Up From the American Dream
Was America’s Decline Inevitable?

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Jon McNaughton, "The Empowered Man"

Jon McNaughton, “The Empowered Man”

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The present climate is the culmination of centuries of egalitarian momentum. This is not a particularly unique observation. With the rise of the Dark Enlightenment, the American Revolution has come under critical purview from the authentic North American New Right.

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Waking Up From the American Dream
The Culture, the Creed, & the Dream

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Jon McNaughton, "One Nation Under Socialism," detail

Jon McNaughton, “One Nation Under Socialism,” detail

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One of the more tragic figures of the recent past was Samuel Huntington, perhaps the most significant political scientist this country produced in the last century. Anyone who has gone to graduate school will study his books in several courses simultaneously, on subjects as diverse as democratization in Latin America to civil-military relations.  Read more …

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Waking Up From the American Dream
The American Dream vs. the American Nation

Jon McNaughton, "Mending the Nation"

Jon McNaughton, “Mending the Nation”

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Part 1 of 5

The dénouement came with the election of Barack Hussein Obama. It changed nothing in the structure of real power. The same people controlled the American regime both before and after Election Day 2008.  Read more …

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Ten Reasons for White Nationalists to Cheer Up

Edward John Poynter, “Faithful Unto Death”

Edward John Poynter, “Faithful Unto Death”

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I’m a huge proponent of depressive realism, the proposition that the darker way of looking at things is generally closer to the truth. All things being equal, pride, greed, neglect, and failure are a safer bet than humility, charity, stewardship, and victory. My first nudge away from mainstream thought and belief was a visceral suspicion that humanity wasn’t a global brotherhood of fundamentally equal comrades in a universal quest for happiness and prosperity.

We’re not all equal. Though, without divine intervention, we’re all equally screwed.  Read more …

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Paul Gottfried’s Leo Strauss & the Conservative Movement in America

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Paul Edward Gottfried
Leo Strauss and the Conservative Movement in America: A Critical Appraisal
New York: Cambridge University Press, 2012

Paul Gottfried’s admirable book on Leo Strauss is an unusual and welcome critique from the Right.

Leo Strauss (1899–1973) was a German-born Jewish political theorist who moved to the United States in 1937. Read more …

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