No, friends, Joe Biden isn’t running the country. That would imply some degree of confidence, reasonableness, understanding of what’s going on, and plan for the… Read More »Meme: Did You Mean that Brandon is Ruining the Country
One can sit and imagine one of the later, incompetent Roman emperors telling his subjects to lower their expectations much as Jen Psaki recently did.… Read More »We Went from Greatness to Lowered Expectations
There was a time when Western culture was known for the many objects of beauty it created and the personal beauty it cultivated. Notre Dame,… Read More »The West’s Rejection of Beauty and Its Resulting Collapse
By Don Boys, Ph.D. Only fools believe the rules of warfare, welfare, and the way we deal with our borders do not apply to America.… Read More »Cicero Warned About The Danger of Immigration!
It was with great pleasure that I recently read Augustus: First Emperor of Rome by Adrian Goldsworthy. Augustus is, in my opinion, one of the… Read More »Review of Augustus: First Emperor of Rome by Adrian Goldsworthy
Some men are so great they need no lengthy introduction. Julius Caesar, conqueror of Gaul, member of the First Triumvirate, and Rome’s first dictator for… Read More »Review of The Gallic Wars by Julius Caesar
By Don Boys, Ph.D. My critics will declare my title wrong since America is a democracy (more accurately, a republic) and not an Empire. An Empire is… Read More »Will the American Empire Fall Like Rome Because of a Virus?
One little-known but highly controversial author is Julius Evola. An Italian that wrote in the mid-20th Century, his ideas are often derided and dismissed as… Read More »Review of Revolt Against the Modern World by Julius Evola