Bolshevism, Truth, and Ancient Greek Philosophy

Bolshevism, Truth, and Ancient Greek Philosophy

George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four Redux By Pedro Blas González Beginning in the early twentieth century, Bolshevism’s incessant propaganda and disinformation campaigns have made it next to impossible, even for thoughtful persons, to separate appearance from reality...
Balzac: The Man for My Thirties?

Balzac: The Man for My Thirties?

By Jeffrey Wald I  have come to realize that a writer has indelibly marked each decade of my life. In my first decade of life, that author was Franklin Dixon. All right, I understand that “Franklin W. Dixon,” the author of Hardy Boys, was a pen name used by multiple...
Spengler, Toynbee, Burnham, and the Decline of the West

Spengler, Toynbee, Burnham, and the Decline of the West

by Francis P. Sempa In the United States, public schools are seeking to discredit the founding principles of our nation. In our major cities, rioting, looting, and crime go unpunished and in some cases are applauded by civil authorities. Left-wing district attorneys...
Lessons from Toyland: A History of Adventure

Lessons from Toyland: A History of Adventure

[Editor’s Note: “Lessons from Toyland” is a holiday essay to be published in three installments: Part I, December 22; Part II, December 26; and Part III, January 2, 2022. Many thanks to the imaginative author for this Christmastide contribution.] Part III By E. Wesley...
Lessons from Toyland: A History of Adventure

Lessons from Toyland: A History of Adventure

[Editor’s Note: “Lessons from Toyland” is a holiday essay to be published in three installments: Part I, December 22; Part II, December 26; and Part III, January 2, 2022. Many thanks to the imaginative author for this Christmastide contribution.] Part II By E. Wesley...
Lessons from Toyland: A History of Adventure

Lessons from Toyland: A History of Adventure

[Editor’s Note: “Lessons from Toyland” is a holiday essay to be published in three installments: Part I, December 22; Part II, December 26; and Part III, January 2, 2022. Many thanks to the imaginative author for this Christmastide contribution.] Part I By E. Wesley...

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