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  • Debating Tradition

    - Feb 24, 2018
    I can’t think of a better way to spend a Friday evening than making the case for tradition, traditionalism and gender roles over at the Citations Needed Podcast (Click the video to get to their Youtube...
  • Blood, Heroism, Martyrdom

    - Jan 17, 2018
    We live in societies where violence, even strife of any kind, is opposed in principle. And yet, we are the sons of a past that saw blood and martyrdom as a necessary, inescapable necessity that would...
  • The Abolition of Style

    - Jan 14, 2018
    Fashion, as we know it today, was created at the Versailles court under Louis XIV, also known as the Sun King. His relentless aestheticism and narcissism (which more often than not spilled into debauchery), while contributing...
  • Israel’s Twilight

    - Dec 16, 2017
    Europe’s demographics are not looking too good, we all know that; our American cousins are dealing with something similar. Yet, relatively far from the midst of the European immigration and demographic crisis, lies a country in...
  • The Trump Review with Ben Garrison

    - Dec 4, 2017
    This week, Lukas hosts the great cartoonist Ben Garrison and surprise guest, Sam’s sinuses. The three of us discuss Trump’s year in review, where we’ve come and where we’ve got to. You can find Ben’s cartoons...
  • Embracing Fear

    - Dec 4, 2017
    Fear is without doubt one of the most basic drivers of human activity and it always has been. The all too often mentioned “fight or flight” response is only triggered by the realization of danger, which...
  • Rome and Multiculturalism

    - Nov 26, 2017
    Every now and then, and for the umpteenth time, some media outlet tries to reinterpretate Rome and Roman society according to the contemporary narrative on immigration and multiculturalism. It is always the same, it hardly ever...
  • Urbanite Fairytales

    - Nov 20, 2017
    Certainly, material wealth can make even the inner city bearable, but a childhood deserves better than that.  The road to hell is paved with good intentions, they say. Good intentions and whatever became of them is...
  • Ode to the Market

    - Nov 19, 2017
    We all live in the era of on-demand television, instant shipping, ever-available internet access. This economic model, the so-called consumer-oriented economy, undeniably produces advantages for everyone purchasing goods and services at the end of the productive...
  • Notes on the March in Warsaw

    - Nov 15, 2017
    On the 11th of November, about 60.000 Poles marches in the capital Warsaw to commemorate the Independence of Poland. Yet, this event with a remarkable number of participants has unleashed a wave of criticism in international...
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