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Current Affairs and comment

Violence in a Civilised Society, part 2

‾ Violence in a Civilised Society, part 2 by Mark Wegierski Concerning the question of violence against the state or its ruling groups, some would argue that “one man’s freedom fighter is another man’s terrorist.” However, are there in fact … Continue reading

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In Memoriam, George Parkin Grant, 1918-1988

In Memoriam, George Parkin Grant, 1918-1988  By Mark Wegierski George Parkin Grant (who usually called himself George Grant) is virtually unknown outside of Canada, and should not be confused with the American conservative writer of the same first and last … Continue reading

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How to Philosophise with a Hammer

How to Philosophise with a Hammer By Ilana Mercer The late Charles Krauthammer was right about the rules of good writing. The use of the first-person pronoun in opinion writing is a cardinal sin. To get a sense of how … Continue reading

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Killing Time

Killing Time Bill Hartley, on the weird world of the “Shut In” Travelling at 49 mph on the bypass (it’s always 49 mph), the Skoda Yeti is heading for the supermarket. This is the vehicle of choice for a certain … Continue reading

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Endorsing the Donald’s Creative Destruction

Endorsing the Donald’s Creative Destruction by Ilana Mercer Big Media, the policy veterans and the chancelleries across Europe and Britain are constantly complaining: Donald Trump has had the temerity to defy their international order, summit—and seek peace—with their enemies, and … Continue reading

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Saving America

Saving America By Ilana Mercer By now, most Americans, for or against, get the idea. All an individual or family need do to live in America, and off the avails of the American taxpayer, is to arrive at an approved … Continue reading

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Violence in a Civilised Society (1)

Violence in a Civilised Society (1) Part one of a two part essay, by Mark Wegierski Organized social violence is only one of a panoply of coercive controls which society uses to “keep people in line.” A distinction may be drawn … Continue reading

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The Party’s Over

The Party’s Over by Ilana Mercer No good deed goes unpunished. Jeff Sessions wants to restore to America the “sound principles of asylum” and long-standing tenets of immigration law, abandoned by American leaders over the decades. That makes the attorney … Continue reading

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Demonising Whites

Demonising Whites by Ilana Mercer Melinda Gates, a silly woman with an enormously wealthy husband, has decided to reinvent herself as a venture capitalist with a difference. With her husband’s billions, Mrs. Gates announced her intention to venture into funding … Continue reading

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Marriage Matters

Marriage Matters by Bill Hartley Periodically the question of divorce reform features in the media. The last serious attempt to bring about change was by John Major’s government which apparently ignored what students of constitutional law are taught: that no … Continue reading

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