The Weak People’s War Against the Past

In the wake of the killing of a black man by an American police officer, reasonable people all across the West were left aghast in seeing the stark irrationality of…

What Trump and JFK tell us about Kanye West

Kanye West, arguably the most influential pop culture figure today, recently tweeted out his intention of running for President of the United States, hashtag 2020. “We must now realize the promise of America by trusting God…

The Weak People’s War Against the Past

In the wake of the killing of a black man by an American police officer, reasonable people all across the West were left aghast in seeing the stark irrationality of…

The New War: 1619 vs. 1776

Liberty and equality, or tyranny and oppression? One of the United States’ most ancient debates…

The Key to the West Lies Within Sir Roger’s Life

Following his death in January, Sir Roger Scruton was lauded by many commentators as one of the most important thinkers of our era…

Misunderstanding Conservatism

Anti-capitalist noises issuing from Christian conservative quarters are getting louder today as Mark Granza observes in his Areo Magazine article. But…

THE MODERN MAN IN REVOLT

But the new rebel is a sceptic, and will not entirely trust anything. He has no loyalty; therefore…

The Minneapolis “Social Justice” Lie

I’ve been closely following American politics for years now, even more so since 2016, when the media…

Coronavirus: Three Weeks Later

It’s been three weeks since the first case of Coronavirus was reported in Rome. Since then, the situation has got increasingly worse…

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“What I've most wanted to do in my life is to make political writing into an art. My starting point is always a feeling of partisanship, a sense of injustice. When I sit down, I do not say to myself, ‘I am going to produce a work of art’. I write beause there is some lie that I want to expose, some fact to which I want to draw attention... But I could not do the work of writing a book, or even a long magazine article, if it were not also an aesthetic experience.” — George Orwell

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