Category Archives: Jornalism

Getting Behind Enlightened Nationalism

Enlightened nationalism is not some blind worship of the nation. It is not a nationalism that wishes to denigrate or dominate others. It is a passionate attachment to one’s own country: it’s history, heroes, literature, traditions, culture, language, and faith.

Did Biden Just Paint Himself into a Corner?

Accused of being a serial harasser in 2019, Joe Biden did what comes naturally. He apologized for perceived past misbehavior, and, to appease his accusers, pledged to choose a woman for a Biden ticket. Reacting to the racial rage that

Why Kanye’s Presidential Platform is Good News

Politics Why Kanye’s Presidential Platform is Good News He may not have a chance, but he’s offering something precious: Hope. (By Tinseltown/Shutterstock) August 13, 2020 | 12:01 am James Pinkerton In the matter of rap artist Kanye West’s presidential campaign,

Why Did It Have to Be Kamala?

Kamala Harris is Fake

I really thought Karen Bass had a fighting chance. The California congresswoman isn’t a nationally known quantity by any stretch of the imagination. But she has served in the House of Representatives for four terms and seemed to check every

Why the Bloody Kansas Primary Proves We Need Ranked Choice Voting

Kansas Republicans finally have their nominee for the U.S. Senate. As much of the party establishment hoped, U.S. Rep. Roger Marshall defeated former secretary of state Kris Kobach and two other contenders on Tuesday and will square off against state

Could the the Polls be Hiding a Trump Landslide?

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The Real World Reasserts Itself

Since the death of George Floyd beneath the knee of a cop in Minneapolis on Memorial Day, the nation has been instructed by its cultural elites that this is the daily reality that a racist America has too long ignored.

Why the Technocratic Deep State Hates Debates

Calls are mounting quickly to cancel the 2020 presidential debates, three of which are scheduled to take place between September 29th and October 22nd. Some hide behind claims that coronavirus concerns make the staging of a debate too risky, though

Churchill’s Annus Mirabilis

The Splendid and the Vile: A Saga of Churchill, Family, and Defiance During the Blitz, by Erik Larson, Crown, February 2020, 546 pages. Books on Winston Churchill appear with amazing regularity. Two years ago, Andrew Roberts produced a superb and

The Right Needs Their Own Boycott: Social Media

Usually we have to wait until the end of Lent for the torrent of articles by journalists flagellating themselves over their social media addictions. Easter came early (or is it late?) this year, however. Over at The Spectator USA, columnist


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