Tag: the US Constitution
There’s something both endearing and discomfiting about such spectacles. Led Zeppelin is a white thing. Blacks aren’t supposed to like them. If they were, I never would have made a habit of blasting “Immigrant Song” at red lights to drown out whatever thudding hip-hop ditty the car next to me was blaring at volumes loud enough to dislodge my tooth fillings. (more…)
Every day under the Brandon regime brings a new outrage or embarrassment, but last week was one of the most shocking outrages I have seen in some time. A Trump-appointed judge, Trevor McFadden, sentenced Christian Secor to three-and-a-half years in prison, followed by three years of probation. This is after Secor had already served 40 days in solitary confinement followed by months of house arrest. His supposedly heinous crime? (more…)
John G. Grove
John C. Calhoun’s Theory of Republicanism
Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2016
Recognized as a brilliant political mind during his time, today John C. Calhoun is generally caricatured as an apologist for slavery and Southern secession. Comparatively little attention is given to his political philosophy. John G. Grove’s John C. Calhoun’s Theory of Republicanism is a long-overdue appraisal of Calhoun’s worldview and makes the case for why he should be recognized as one of America’s great political thinkers. (more…)
Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 447 New Ask Me Anything with Greg Johnson
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The second half of last weekend’s broadcast of Counter-Currents Radio was a solo Ask Me Anything with Greg Johnson, and it is now available for download and online listening.
Topics discussed include:
00:40 Question on Jan Assmann’s Moses the Egyptian
11:25 Are there aliens? And what are their politics?
12:40 Are some White Nationalist terrorists false flags?
19:17 Why people in hot countries don’t worship the Sun
21:21 How valuable is the United States Constitution? (more…)
On Monday, Politico published a leaked draft majority opinion from the United States Supreme Court that would overturn 1973’s Roe v. Wade decision as well as 1992’s Planned Parenthood v. Casey, which reaffirmed the right to abortion. According to Justice Samuel Alito, writing for the majority: (more…)
Seth David Radwell
American Schism: How the Two Enlightenments Hold the Secret to Healing Our Nation
Austin: Greenleaf Book Group Press, 2021
It is no secret that the American political scene is polarized. The last two election cycles have brought considerable political violence — most fueled by the Democratic Party and its mainstream media enablers. Recently, Seth Radwell, a Manhattan businessman, took several years off work to write a book that explores this divide. (more…)
Of the many long-lost texts by Francis Parker Yockey that will be included in our upcoming anthology of Yockey’s shorter writings, The World in Flames, one is a four-part essay entitled “Brotherhood.” Kerry Bolton and I had to search far and wide to find a complete copy of the text, as we announced during our search earlier this year, but find it we finally did, and we offer it here as a prelude to our patient readers who have been awaiting the finalized volume. The Preface is by Dr. Bolton. — John Morgan (more…)
Back in March, Republican Majority Whip Tom DeLay took lunch at The Washington Times and started jabbering about how he and his party were going to impeach what he called “activist judges” who handed down improper rulings. I know something about how those luncheons at the Times work, so I was not as impressed as some people. (more…)
With all the febrile ebullience of a re-run of a 1950s sit-com, the Republican Party will descend upon the city of San Diego this month determined to efface any evidence that Pat Buchanan ever existed and committed to staging the miraculous spectacle of a political convention without any politics. (more…)