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223. Progress (VI)

The Alaskan valkyrie, Sarah Palin, represents a missed opportunity, for she was really America’s Thatcher—albeit of a more homespun sort....

222. Difficulty at the beginning (II)

Philip K. Dick’s basic theme is summed up in a yarn he penned in which a man cuts open his body to discover that inside he is mechanical;...

221. The family (VIII)

Charles Bukowski’s typical position was in a cheap boarding house, blinds drawn, face covered in dabs of toilet paper to cover the...

220. Influence (IV)

If you watch the American right you will become aware that they have a preoccupation with “grifters”: “the grifter” is equivalent to the...

219. Gathering together (IX)

My reaction upon meeting a skeptic is the immediate desire to assert that the virgin birth literally happened, UFOs are based in...

218. Duration (IV)

The stock conservative person, the person who is conservative by constitution, has low openness to experience and is highly...

217. Gathering together (VIII)

Two esotericists: John Michell and Nick Land, the former a Traditionalist and the latter a Promethean. Michell was an amiable...

216. Conflict (IV)

Dugin holds that liberalism has defeated its nearest rivals—communism and fascism—and then eaten itself: we live in a technocratic...

215. The gentle (V)

I was in a large Victorian room and stood before a sofa with an ochre floral pattern on it. The sofa was old and faded from the sunlight....

214. Pushing upward (V)

Anthony Weiner was once an up-and-coming American politician, yet he managed to bungle his career so that he is now out of the political...

213. Increase (II)

Universities currently flirt with what appears to be racial segregation, although they say race only exists as a cultural construct: they...

212. Coming to meet (VI)

In deep midwinter, in the county of Devon, where the roads are a narrow maze of high hedges no more than one car’s width wide, the writer...

211. After completion (VII)

I take liberty to mean the capacity of an individual to undertake autonomous action. Liberty grows from responsibility, a word that...

210. Pushing upward (IV)

It is a cliché for a public figure to declare that they are a classical liberal—a libertarian, effectively—only to be met by accusations...

209. The power of the great (VI)

The case of Democratic Kampuchea, as Cambodia was known under the Khmer Rouge, is sometimes brought up by the right as an example of the...

208. Opposition (II)

I would like to draw your attention to a forgotten influence on the America left: the figures of Count Alfred Korzybski, Edward Sapir,...

207. The family (VII)

Before civilisation arrived in ancient Hellas, pirates marauded up and down the coast—so they say; and it was only when the cities began...

206. Inner truth (IV)

For six-hundred years the age of consent in Britain was 12; then, in 1875, under the influence of liberal-feminist reformers, it was...

Women

In a broad sense, men are responsible for most of the suffering in the world. It is men who stamp people to death in the street and...