Marcus Aurelius’ Meditations: Review

They kill, they cut in pieces, they hunt with curses. What relevance has this to keeping your mind pure, sane,…

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What is the Key to a Cultural Renaissance?

At the end of 2019, I pondered whether that had been the year woke culture peaked. That was just before…

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The Stronger, Safer, Prouder, 21st Century Republican Party Platform (Part 2)

Last week, we discussed the emergence of a new Republican Party for the coming epoch in American politics. Now, we…

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The Stronger, Safer, Prouder, 21st Century Republican Party Platform (Part 1)

Anyone who’s remotely honest would tell you that the 2020 Republican National Convention was an unparalleled triumph. The truest measure…

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Decisive Battles: The Battle of Diu (1509)

The Portuguese sailor stares in his boat as the formidable Turkish-Indian coalition rows nearer and nearer to his position. He…

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Relena Peacecraft: Paragon of Power

In a world of moral corruption, war, and authoritarianism, she was to serve as an angel of deliverance. Relena Peacecraft…

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Treize Khushrenada and the Psychology of Power

His was the face of a world consumed by war, and in watching the career of Treize Khushrenada, though fictional,…

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Are the Coronavirus Lockdowns Chinese Information Warfare?

One of the reasons why it was easy to overreact to the Chinese coronavirus was because China was taking it…

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Ma’at: Ancient Egyptian Goddess of Truth and Cosmic Order

Ancient man seems hopelessly backward by the standards of our modern sensibilities. We feel comfortably superior in comparison to his…

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