Putin’s Mobilization Speech: The Stakes are Raised in WWIII


By Wayne Allensworth In a much-anticipated September 21 speech to the Russian people, President Vladimir Putin announced a “partial mobilization” of Russian reservists, as well as support for referenda on annexation to the Russian Federation to be conducted in Russian held territories in Eastern and Southeastern Ukraine. The mobilization will be partial; up to 300,000 of millions of reservists...



by Tom Piatak Pope Francis said something important in his news conference on the flight back from Kazakhstan: “To defend oneself is not only a right, but it’s also an act of love for the homeland. If someone doesn’t defend something, they don’t love it.” Francis was talking about the Ukrainians’ defense of their country from the Russian invasion. He would not use the same language to describe...

How The Middle class Is Being Squeezed: Globalization And Financialization Of The Economy


By Darrell Dow In 2016, Donald Trump announced his candidacy in a meandering speech which is widely remembered for his comments about Mexican immigration. Immigration was, of course, central to Trump’s 2016 success. But the theme with which he closed the speech animated his campaign and gave Trump’s candidacy its central expression.    “Sadly, the American dream is dead,” Trump...

A Matter of Life and Death


By Wayne Allensworth A socio-economic-political system and its enforcement structures set priorities, and those priorities reveal what that system values most of all. The indispensable Steve Sailer, writing on the latest disease scare, monkeypox (“Monkeypox: The New AIDS”), notes that the Centers for Disease Control seem more worried about “stigmatizing” homosexuals than acting to prevent the...

A Great Need For Witness


by Tom Piatak An energetic and engaging evangelical church publishes a prayer calendar describing the missionaries from the church, other missions supported by the church, and the world mission field, as seen from the perspective of the church, all for the purpose of soliciting prayers for those mission efforts. Unfortunately, I find that calendar rather less engaging than some of the church’s...

Duck and Cover!: New York City Prepares for a Nuclear Attack


By Wayne Allensworth Those of us of a certain age can remember being taught to hide under our school desks in the event of a nuclear attack. Of course, should a multi-megaton nuke have found its way to our burg, crawling under a desk would have been a prelude to kissing our collective backside goodbye. Nevertheless, the military-industrial arm of the emerging globalist Blob was painting the best...

The “Big Sort” and the Border Crisis


By Wayne Allensworth If any of us are still confused by all those black characters in Elizabethan dramas, British TV personality Steven Moffat has let us in on the joke—it’s propaganda and Moffat and company know it is. Commenting on what he called “the excuse of historical accuracy” used to justify all-white casts, Moffat said that “[W]e’ve kind of got to tell a lie: we’ll go back into history...

Turn Off The Spigot. Time For An Immigration Moratorium


As yet another caravan of “migrants” marches toward the southern border like a relentless column of ravenous army ants, the Biden Regime and its lackeys in the Lügenpresse insist that the “Great Replacement” is a “conspiracy theory.” But the demographic transformation of the United States is not only quite real but also escalating while Americans watch helplessly. Let’s look at the data. The...

Democracy Does Not Mean Rule by Judges


By Tom Piatak I wish all those hyperventilating over the Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs would actually read the decision. It is clear, logical, and persuasive. Unlike Roe, it actually explains why its conclusion is grounded in the Constitution. Roe never had any basis at all in the Constitution. It was merely an “exercise of raw judicial power,” as Byron White noted in his...

Top Gun: Maverick and the End of the American Superpower


By Wayne Allensworth On Memorial Day, my wife and I went to a movie, something we had not done in a long time. Our absence from movie theatres wasn’t simply a result of Covid restrictions, but because movies, a medium I’ve loved my whole life, have generally become nothing more than another platform for “woke” propaganda. Like Soviet movie watchers, we had learned to content ourselves looking for...

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