The Worthy House

Reality-focused writings, often on history, politics, and human flourishing in the post-liberal future.

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Of Australia, Australian cultural politics, and the ludicrous racial-religious cult surrounding Australia's first inhabitants.  (The written version of this review can be found here.)
March 3, 2021
A hugely erudite work of historiography, in my thoughts about which I also explain my admiration for Hernán Cortes, man of glory and contradiction, and what is necessary for a restoration of Western a...
February 26, 2021
A discussion of the tyranny under which we now live, combined with thoughts on what to do about it, primarily through the lens of analyzing the CDC's orders on evictions and masks, along with the prop...
February 23, 2021
A detailed analysis of a successful Right authoritarian leader, the largely-forgotten António Salazar, who should not be forgotten.  And, of course, my own thoughts, in this case on corporatism as a p...
February 15, 2021
Although my opinion of Scott Adams has gone up since I wrote this in 2018, due to his firm basis in reality and willingness to stand by it, I didn't like this book, or how Adams portrayed himself in i...
February 12, 2021
A voluminous and magisterial, yet largely boring, historical analysis of a man who is already being forgotten.  (The written version of this review can be found here.)
February 8, 2021
In which I explain how the Left harmonizes simultaneous demands for both total liberty and total equality, and I also discuss the limitations of even equality of opportunity, as well as of liberty, in...
February 5, 2021
A lively evisceration of the worst generation in American history. To know the past is to grasp how to change the future. (The written version of this review can be found here.)
February 3, 2021
The memoirs of the most successful and most charismatic of the White generals who fought the Bolsheviks in the Russian Civil War—both fascinating in their own right, and illuminating for us at our own...
January 29, 2021
A classic work of spiritual exploration, with thoughts on comparative theology. (The written version of this review was first published July 24, 2018. Written versions are available here.)
January 26, 2021

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