Category: Politics and Society

The Right on the Rise?

For better or worse, France has had a dominating intellectual and cultural influence throughout the West for a very long time. For most of the past couple of centuries, the influence has been for the worse. Many of the Enlightenment … Continue reading

Sojourners in the Land of Egypt

The headline reads “Egyptian Christians Worry about Radical Islamic Takeover.” The worry is a legitimate one. Instability in the Arab world, caused by revolutions against western-backed strong men, could well empower fanatical Islamists. The downfall of our US-backed Persian strong … Continue reading

Another Anti-SPLC Article

This one from The New American. Excerpt: Smells of a Smear But nowadays the SPLC has become infamous for its commando-aggressive, slick campaigns against mainstream Americans who support constitutional government, the Second Amendment, sound money, traditional marriage, and legal immigration. … Continue reading

Bron Waugh, Man of the Old Right

Mind you, I’m no fan of his Father, Evelyn, but the elder Waugh did have a fantastic wit. His son, Auberon Waugh, called “Bron,” was a spunky paleoconservative, who apparently inherited Dad’s talent for purposeful vituperation. Waugh the younger, was … Continue reading