Yale Club, New York

The Grand Tour

Until recently, I would have guessed I’d never get to do an old-fashioned book tour in my lifetime. After all, I didn’t make a single public appearance in more than a decade, ...

Heinrich Himmler

One Singular Gen-sation

I hate the Holocaust. There, I’ve said it. Somebody had to. Funny thing is, nobody likes the Holocaust. Except maybe the folks at the ADL and Wiesenthal Center who’ve made ...

Nandor Fodor’s Freudian Phantoms Rise Again

17 May saw the 60th anniversary of the death in 1964 of one of my all-time favorite weirdos, the Hungarian-born Jewish ghost-hunter, journalist, and Freudian psychoanalyst Nandor ...

All Talk

Whenever I try to escape pop music relayed in public places at high volume—which is often, though considerably less often with success—the thought comes into my mind that the ...

Royce Hall, UCLA

UCLA’s Mostly Peaceful Counterprotest

In the most violent episode so far in the vastly publicized campus protests against Israel’s war on Gaza, at the end of April a goon squad of nationalist whites attacked the ...

Out, Damned Overactors!

When I am in England, I rarely go to the cinema, largely because the taste of the English public is so low. Recently, however, I saw Macbeth, a feature film of a live theatrical ...

It’s Not Okay to Be White

Jeremy Carl’s new book The Unprotected Class: How Anti-White Racism Is Tearing America Apart is important because it is one of the first works devoted to a central problem of ...

Oh, the Indignity!

One of the things that I notice walking through the streets of England—but not only in England—is the almost complete lack of self-respect of the population. Self-esteem, of ...

Town Hall, Malaga

The Spanish Inquisition

Over in Spain around this time of year, during Holy Month, a specially chosen prisoner is picked out for sudden early release by the ever-generous Spanish State and let back out ...

Copycats of Mediocrity

Plagiarism is the highest form of flattery, and many authors ought to be flattered to be plagiarized, considering what rubbish they write. Such, at any rate, were my first ...

Capitalism Versus Racism

Capitalism and racism go together? I hear it all the time. "Racism is intricately linked to capitalism," says famous Marxist Angela Davis. "It's a mistake to assume that we can ...

Drink Your Port While You Can

My memory is good in almost exact proportion to the uselessness of the information I call upon it to memorize. Why this should be, I do not know; perhaps it is an unconscious ...

Blue Stories Matter

For years I worked as police reporter for The Washington Times, spending long hours in squad cars in various cities getting to know cops well. Now I listen to nice white people in ...

O.J. Simpson

The Post-O.J. Verdict Paradise

O.J. Simpson's death last week reminded me of the glorious period in American history when we finally got liberals to stop their infernal race baiting. It came right after O.J. ...

A Matter of Course

The Masters tournament on the second weekend of April is the Rite of Spring for golfers in northern America. In places like Chicago, grass is finally turning green after the bleak ...

Elon’s Coddled, Swaddled Nazis

To get the formalities out of the way, yes, I was perma-banned from Twitter by the “free speech” Musk regime. And I gotta say, I’d come to really like many of my followers, ...


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