Against Nostalgia

Do you want your teddy bear? If you are on the Right, you probably do. All around your enemies celebrate their endless triumphs over you. They steal your wealth, trans your children, and scream...

Fascism: The Career of a Concept (Paul Gottfried)

What is fascism? Generically, it is a political philosophy, but what is its content? The word today is almost always used simply as an infinitely flexible synonym for “enemy of the Left,” but fascism...

Recent Appearances (May 2024)

I was honored to appear in the past three months in six different venues. Programs where I appeared, in order, have been (with links below): 1) With Eric Conn, on the Hard Men Podcast, we...

The Unprotected Class: How Anti-White Racism Is Tearing America Apart (Jeremy Carl)

A society, or part of it, always adopts definite modes of thought, speech, and action. And in time, inevitably, at least in modernity, those modes shift radically. What was once unthinkable suddenly becomes not...

My Speech at the Natal Conference

For quite some time, long before Elon Musk, I have claimed that the coming population crash is the most significant mechanical (that is, non-spiritual) problem facing the West. Last December, I attended and spoke...

Prince Henry the Navigator: A Life (Peter Russell)

Henry the Navigator, prince of Portugal, never king although he often acted as if he were, made the modern world. He lived from 1394 to 1460, and it was through him that Europe began...

King of Dogs (Andrew Edwards)

When Americans think of apocalyptic futures, we usually think of the apocalypse itself, whatever that might be. We have a morbid fascination with its totalizing effect, whether asteroid strike, zombie plague or nuclear war....

July 1914: Countdown to War (Sean McMeekin)

For some years now, Americans have lived through a chaotic series of events unprecedented in modern times. Still, some say “nothing ever happens.” They argue that these apparently dramatic crises, from the Russo-Ukraine War...

Throw-Back Thursday: Tecumseh and the Prophet: The Shawnee Brothers Who Defied a Nation (Peter Cozzens)

I have always been aware of the great Shawnee Indian war chief Tecumseh. I grew up within walking distance of the site of his confederacy’s defeat, by William Henry Harrison at the Battle of...

The Camp of the Saints (Jean Raspail)

We often hear hysterical lies about “banned books,” meaning any work that has ever been criticized by anyone on the Right. But all such books are freely available, globally, to anyone, in multiple editions,...

All men dream, but not equally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds, wake in the day to find that it was vanity: but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act on their dreams with open eyes, to make them possible.

– T. E. Lawrence

As with most of my book reviews, I am not actually reviewing this book, at least in the traditional sense. Rather, I am delivering my own thoughts. If you don’t like that, well, you’re in the wrong place.

– Charles Haywood

I’m not in the apologies business. I’m in the winning business.

– Charles Haywood

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