Candle in the Wind

By Alfonz Cavalier for the American Sun Chances are, if you’re reading this, you probably don’t care about rugby. After all, the publication is called ‘The American Sun’, and Americans haven’t really been noted for their prowess in Rugby Football since roughly the 1880s. More than that, however, there is …

Dirty Little Secrets

By Jason Collett for Renegade Tribune The unexpected views of four key diplomats who were close to events. Just consider the following:   Joseph P. Kennedy, U.S. Ambassador to Britain during the years immediately preceding WW2 was the father of the famous American Kennedy dynasty. James Forrestal the first US …

The New Dark Age

By Ferdinand Bardamu for the Occidental Observer What is a Dark Age? In historiography, the term “Dark Age” may describe intervening centuries for which we have little or no documentary evidence. Accordingly, the time period between the collapse of the Mycenaean civilization to the birth of the polis is known …

The Hollow Cult

By Tobias Langdon for the Occidental Observer Suppose a hungry donkey was placed exactly midway between two identical piles of hay. Could it choose one of the piles to eat or would it hesitate, growing ever weaker, until it starved to death? This was the question posed in the medieval …

Leni Riefenstahl

By John Wear for Inconvenient History Leni Riefenstahl was an extraordinary woman of extraordinary accomplishment in many creative fields. Angelika Taschen writes of Riefenstahl: She began as a celebrated dancer in Berlin during the early twenties, became an actress, then finally directed and produced her own films, several of which …

House of Cards

By Jon Hellevig for the Saker Blog There is no hiding anymore, the United States has become an oligarch owned banana republic with nukes, and with a monopoly currency which has allowed it to rig the markets for half a century. But now we are only a couple of hours …

Why We Are The Right

By Tony Martel for Occidental Dissent All I could think about was the ice cream as I got on the train. My imagination whipped up all the different flavors to choose from. Favors never before tasted. Chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry were my standards with pistachio and banana being the most …

The Talk

By John Derbyshire for Taki’s Mag There is much talk about “the talk.” “Sean O’Reilly was 16 when his mother gave him the talk that most black parents give their teenage sons,” Denisa R. Superville of the Hackensack (NJ) Record tells us. Meanwhile, down in Atlanta: “Her sons were 12 …