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Thou hast nor youth nor age
But as it were an after dinner sleep
Dreaming of both.
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This fascinating essay on Libertarianism is reprinted from the Spring 2011 issue of The Occidental Quarterly and is now open for public comment and speculation as to what Paul Ryan might think of it.Read More
In keeping with my resolve to shift the content of this web site toward the task of providing a bit of practical utility in your everyday lives, I have decided to talk about one of the most powerful forces in our society, namely social isolation and its predictable consequences. And of course my use of the term “society” in the singular is, I admit, wildly inaccurate...Read More
I readily agreed to review Jared Taylor’s new book, White Identity...Read More
At 416 pages, Coming Apart is Charles Murray’s most substantial...Read More
Editor’s Note: The essay below, from the Fall 2011 issue of The Occidental Quarterly, is one that every High School and College student should read. It is short, concise, scholarly and has exceptional explanatory value! Therefore, I invite you to copy the essay below and send it to a student you know. Block copy the text to your word processor, save it and attach it to an...Read More
In my previous post concerning immigration, entitled “Immigration and Conflict,” I quoted the thinly veiled threat of Fernando Torres-Gil, assistant secretary for aging in the Department of Health and Human Services: “The nation will be heavily dependent on workers from minority groups 'for the productivity and labor skills and the political willingness to...Read More
Folks, as you can tell from the title, this post is about the “inner party.” For an explanation of “inner party” see “What It Would Take to Cleanse Serbia” Specifically, it is about the durability of the inner party. Can it keep its power? Can it last? The drop off point for our discussion is the war in Kosovo and the central question that no...Read More