Marcia Christoff

Marcia Christoff

Marcia A. Christoff is an author and journalist whose work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal Europe, The New York Times, The International Herald Tribune, Foreign Affairs (the journal of the Council on Foreign Relations); the Economist and, during its great foreign policy reporting days in the late 1990s, The Christian Science Monitor. A native of Grosse Pointe Farms, Christoff resides between Los Angeles and Washington DC.

Shamrock I and II by William Fife

The Late, Great American Anglo

“At home, ere I sailed o’er the billowy brine, A large and a liberal outlook was mine, The faults of the Briton Appeared to be written In letters remarkably fine. —Punch, “Caelum, non animum,” Sept. 26, 1906 During the summer of the 2020 Antifa and BLM riots, select members of the Great ...

Ron DeSantis

The Governor Principle

My cousin Francis and I are in perfect accord–he wants Milan, and so do I. —Charles V (d. 1558), Holy Roman Emperor As attention turns to the future presidential election in 2024, it might be time for conservatives to think along radical lines if only to come to terms with the fact that, as ...

Yekaterinburg, Russia

Slouching Towards Ekaterinburg: The Case for Constitutional Monarchy in Russia

“But why do you weep? Did you think I was immortal?” —Louis XIV, King of France, on his deathbed Once upon a time there was a dashing Russian prince who died in a beautiful American town. The world had known him, in the later bloom of his adult years, as a wealthy New York entrepreneur, ...

Federal Reserve Bank, Washington D.C.

Your Money or Your Life: Capitalism as the New Communism (and Vice Versa)

“It is a characteristic of wisdom not to do desperate things.” —Henry David Thoreau, Walden (1854) Long ago, in a universe of sane fiscal policy far, far away, there existed an institution, then new to the world of international banking and finance, called the Federal Reserve Bank, whose ...

Ezra Pound by Wyndham Lewis

Whatever Happened to the “Man of the Right”?

“My goal is to save the public soul by first punching it in the face.” —Ezra Pound The main failure of the rise of the conservative right in America has been its fear of producing its own brand of cultural elitist in the style and substance of the well-bred Reactionary. Its cultural ...


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