The solution to the challenge the Alt-Right presents isn’t the adoption of the language of the left. Rather, it’s the adoption of something far more American — our Christian identity.
Two symbols of two World Wars show the depravity of evil. The evil is real. It’s not the aerial or belt bombs. The evil is in the bombers themselves.
Pragmatism has been described as a uniquely American philosophy – perhaps the only system of thought that was wholly originated and developed in the United States. And it needs to die.
Hypatia’s refusal to defend either Tuvel or logic should be a clarion call to any serious intellectual that is interested in the pursuit of truth. Today’s epistemology is more interested in emotion than truth, no matter how sound your argument may be.
Worth reading? Mencken’s 1925 essay on the incompatibility of liberty and excellence with democracy and equality.
Trump was right, at least in his speculation. If Jackson were president in the 1850s, the Civil War could have possibly been averted.
The following text is a letter from John Singleton Mosby — the famed irregular colonel of Mosby’s Rangers — to Sam Chapman, decrying the “Lost Cause” narrative that had been building up during the turn of the 19th century. Mosby decries this new narrative, asserts that the cause of the Southern Confederacy was indeed to preserve…
Understanding that modern connotations of “rights” have differing – and sometimes even opposing – implications, can we perhaps find common ground by understanding the history behind the word?
Corey Stewart is oppressed, and he wants you to believe that you are, too. Running a Virginia governor’s campaign against all that he has deemed “establishment”, Stewart wraps himself in a warm blanket of neo-nationalist culture, decrying attacks from anyone who doesn’t fit his socially acceptable world view as evil and against our “heritage.” His view…
Perception is not reality. Perception is the perception of reality. To claim anything else is to change fundamentally the meaning of reality. Reality is not, and cannot be, dependent on perception; neither can truth.