Tag: Time magazine
Time Magazine’s Person of the Year 2019 series epitomizes wine aunt liberalism.
Its person of the year was globalist psy-op Greta Thunberg. The 16-year-old autist’s solutions are comfort food to urban elites who fear climate change, but refuse to acknowledge that the non-western world is now the chief source of environmental devastation.
Father Coughlin, Ralph Ingersoll, & the War Against Social Justice
The public career of Rev. Charles E. Coughlin during the 1930s and early ‘40s is massively documented. Newsreels, publications, speeches, and broadcast recordings are all at your fingertips online. Yet the historical significance of this Canadian-American prelate (1891-1979) is maddeningly elusive. You may have read that he was an immensely popular but controversial “radio priest” with a decidedly populist-nationalist bent, or that he published a weekly magazine called Social Justice (1936-1942), (more…)
(Written in the style, if not quite the spirit, of senior TIMEditor Chambers’ weekly newsmagazine.)
Rumpled, paunchy Whittaker Chambers (April 1, 1901-July 9, 1961) has long merited haughty sneers and raised eyebrows on America’s nationalist Right. Reasons: his shifting ideologies, his inscrutable motives.
Among the most compelling critiques of Chambers we may count those of Classics professor Revilo P. Oliver. (more…)