Walter Laqueur, Henry Kissinger, and the Death of American Historiography

By irkutyanin1 Incessantly, we hear complaints from the right about the inadequacy of even elite universities to give even the most rudimentary of a higher education. The university, of course, is a natural and necessary target, it’s sprawling departments overspecialized and teaming with ideologues well versed in programming the youth with the ideology of self-annihilation….

Looking Backward to the Future of the Dissident Right

​Archeofuturism: European Visions of the Post-catastrophic Age Guillaume Faye, trans. Sergio Knipe. Arktos, 2010. 249 pp. It has been 20 years since Guillaume Faye’s visionary Archaeofuturisme first appeared, and just under a decade since it has been circulating in English from the Arktos publishing house. In that time, Faye has become one of the giants…

Cuckservative: Three Years Later

Anyone who does not provide for their relatives, and especially for their own household, has denied the faith and is worse than an unbeliever. –Timothy 5:8

A Review of The Things They Carried

When looking for something to read, either for myself or a recommendation for someone else, I usually look for something old. The older the better. In fact, aside from questions of historical significance the test of time is the surest quality filter I’m aware of. That said, I’m quite comfortable ignoring the New York Times…

Against Education

In his 1957 book Germany’s New Conservatism, the German expat-cum-American scholar Klemens von Klemperer makes the case that, during the days of Weimar, “strong Nietzscheans” dominated the revolutionary Right. Such thinkers as Oswald Spengler, Edgar Julius Jung, and Arthur Moeller van den Bruck formed what was then known as “neo-conservatism,” a term that in American…