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Childe Hassam, The Flag Outside Her Window, April (Aka Boys Marching By), 1918

Childe Hassam, The Flag Outside Her Window, April (aka Boys Marching By), 1918

Translated by Guillaume Durocher.

Editor’s Note:

Taken from Alexis de Tocqueville, De la Démocratie en Amérique (Paris: Gallimard, 1986), vol. 1, “Public Spirit in the United States,” 353-56. The title is editorial. 

There exists a love for the fatherland which has its source principally in that unthought, disinterested, and undefinable feeling, which binds man’s heart to the places where he was born. Read more …

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“I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing . . . Or Else”
Britons Break Bad

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fat-lady-sings-580x358“A beginning,” Princess Irulan tells us in Dune, “is a very delicate time.” Aristotle would agree: “The mistake lies in the beginning — as the proverb says — ‘Well begun is half done’; so an error at the beginning, though quite small, bears the same ratio to the errors in the other parts.”[1]  Read more …

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Diversity & the Rape of Justice

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Leftists will accuse white men of fueling “rape culture” for sitting with their legs spread too far apart. But they’ve been excusing non-whites for committing actual acts of rape since well before the mass sexual assaults in Germany in 2016. The Cologne attacks on New Years’ Eve didn’t represent the beginning of these trends—they just exposed to the wider public more clearly something that some of us have already been observing for a long time.  Read more …

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The Invisible War

Never Has Such a Profound Cultural Work Produced so Little Critical Thought

Never Has Such a Profound Cultural Work Produced so Little Critical Thought

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Part of my “red-pilling,” as the youngsters say nowadays, was when I was a 24-year-old commanding officer of a rather small combat arms unit, and the Brigade Equal Opportunity NCO walked into my office and informed me that one of the men in my unit had been sexually assaulting women after bursting into the “female latrine.” Naturally, the accused was a black man. The ensuing investigation uncovered a series of rapes by blacks against (mostly) white women who were working alongside the various alleged perpetrators.

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Open Letter to the Ace of Spades

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Dear Ace,

I’ve been a big follower of yours for years. Through your profane wit, your probing and forceful reasoning, and your fierce independence, I think you’ve established a unique conservative voice on the internet. It’s gotten to the point that if either you or your co-bloggers don’t comment on something, nine times out of ten I don’t consider it newsworthy anyway. Read more …

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All Bark, No Bite:
Michael Walsh on the Frankfurt School

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Michael Walsh
The Devil’s Pleasure Palace: The Cult of Critical Theory and the Subversion of the West
New York: Encounter Books, 2015

I had high hopes for Michael Walsh’s The Devil’s Pleasure Palace: a mini-history of the Frankfurt School and its pernicious effects on Western Civilization. This is a story that definitely needs to be told, even if the horse we’re beating has been dying for a while now. Read more …

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Forgetting Muhammad Ali

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With the death of Muhammad Ali, we must recognize that an important historical figure has finally left us. He didn’t “make” history the way an influential politician, scientist, or military figure would. Rather, he transcended his profession to the point of being a sign of his very turbulent times. In the 1960s and ’70s, everyone had an opinion of him. Further, that opinion meant something. Read more …

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Zootopia

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Editor’s Note:

These two reviews of Zootopia were written independent of each other. The authors did not read each other’s work until completing their own.

Disney’s Zootopia is cute, clever, and entertaining. But in terms of its message, it is pure evil. Read more …

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Zootopia:
Persecution and the Art of Screenwriting

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Leo Strauss, in his 1952 book, Persecution and the Art of Writing, argues that great writers tend to write with multiple levels of meaning. Often writers have an exoteric message to avoid displeasing the king, censors, or fashion of the times. At the same time, they maintain an esoteric message concealed within irony, paradoxes, and even deliberate self-contradiction.  Read more …

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Wising Up to Uncle Tim

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The most terrifying thing about the career of Tim Wise is its lack of controversiality. It’s one thing to have people like Wise presenting controversial perspectives to the public. It’s a whole other thing entirely to have the arbiters of public opinion holding up Tim Wise as someone to be consulted as an indisputable expert.

In the very first sentence of Tim Wise’s own About page, he presents himself not as a political activist, but as an “educator.”[1]  Read more …

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