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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Was 2019 The Year Woke Culture Peaked?

We’re in the last days of the 2010s, and though this decade has witnessed more material prosperity than ever before…

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Orpheus Shows Us the Nature of Evil and How to Fight It

This is a guest post from Jared at Legends of Men. He primarily writes about masculine literature and relationships. Because…

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Versailles Season 3: Review

In the 1680’s, Louis XIV was unquestionably the most powerful man in Europe. Benefiting from internal peace and victory over…

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The 10 Best Moments in Ocarina of Time, 20 Years Later

Some of you might not know it, but a work of great cultural significance just celebrated its 20th birthday. On…

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Creed II: Review

The Rocky franchise is one of the few that hasn’t lost its soul. There’s little virtue signaling and the first…

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The Bret Kavanaugh Confirmation is a Decisive Battlefield Against the Forces of Mass Hysteria

You’ll remember that I warned last year that the usual suspects would use the “sexual misconduct” strategy against any opposition…

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