Thoughts on Space—of itself, of false myths, and of it as a pillar of Foundationalism.
July 13, 2019
Today we talk about Vikings, real Vikings, with an emphasis on history but, as usual, some thoughts on today.
July 10, 2019
A more-or-less complete set of thoughts on what should be done with respect to social media, both in regard to nonpartisan problems created by social media platforms, and with regard to the suppressio...
July 6, 2019
Thoughts, for Independence Day no less, on how the government by elitist bureaucracy we have today conflicts with the vision of the Founders and with natural right, and what my political program, Foun...
July 4, 2019
Today we offer not a book review, but an analysis, of communitarianism—a perennial political idea that has recently received fresh attention.
June 29, 2019
Stepping away from the hurly-burly of current events, today we talk about a core, yet obscure, Christian doctrine.
June 28, 2019
A throwback today, that is not really a throwback. Thoughts from, and thoughts about, Carl Schmitt, reality-based master of the philosophy of enmity, in his book Theory of the Partisan.
June 21, 2019
Our thoughts on the manifesto offered by Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang, who offers a mix of insane fantasy and moderately interesting ideas.
June 19, 2019
Structural engineering, and what it produces, is fascinating, though Built, by Roma Agrawal, is marred by ideological distortions.
June 17, 2019
Too often we forget, or are made to forget, the evils of Communism. Here, we discuss a memoir that acts as a corrective, Escaping the Russian Bear, by Kristina von Rosenvinge.
June 15, 2019