It would be hard to name two people with interests and histories more different than those of Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, who became Pope Benedict XVI in 2005, and the late Jim Morrison, lead singer of the Doors.
I was in a hurry for lunch. A member of my staff was out sick from work and I had just finished a presentation for some clients and missed my usual lunch hour. If I don’t eat sometime between 11:30 to 1:30, I turn into a raging
One of the major challenges a movement like White nationalism has to contend with is a pervading sense of doom. For such a constructive project as nationalism, there must be destruction of some sort—otherwise what use would there be in convincing others that we need to build something new?
Homogeneous countries exist all over the world. Japan, among many, is a current model that's been around for thousands of years. Is Israel ever going to go into a multicultural mode? Of course they're not. Does Japan, in all its homogeneity, seek to racially purify the world? Do they wish
John Boehner resigned on October 29, ending a 12-term career in Congress and nearly five-year reign as Speaker of the House of Representatives, during which he led historic House GOP majorities to historically low approval ratings. True to form, he cried during his farewell speech, no doubt shedding tears of