The most interesting thing about the writers of TOQ isn’t why we write, but why we came to write from the perspective that we have. Wanting to express oneself in print isn’t that rare. High IQ people have their journals and books while even the less intelligent have MySpace. (more…)
December 15, 2010 Richard Hoste 1 comment
Why I Write
November 15, 2010 Michael J. Polignano 1 comment
Educators Baffled by Stubborn Achievement Gap
November 10, 2010 F. Roger Devlin 7 comments
Why I Write
I came late to the issues characteristically discussed in The Occidental Quarterly.
I had no interest in politics during my early adult years, a circumstance for which I am now grateful. Like most Americans, I assumed that “politics” meant electoral contests between hardly-distinguishable parties.
October 31, 2010 John Michael McCloughlin
Jonathan Bowden’s Apocalypse TV
London: The Spinning Top Club, 2007
Apocalypse TV was published in August 2007 by the Spinning Top Club. It runs to 239 pages and contains a pencil sketch of the author in the frontispiece or prelims by Michael Woodbridge. It is quite different to the other books which I have reviewed by this author — novels and plays, etc. . . . — by being directly non-fictional in character. (more…)
October 3, 2010 Jean Thiriart
Interview with Jean Thiriart, Part 6
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