Author Archives: Roger D. McGrath
Farewell to the legendary Kahuna who christened Gidget
From the halls of Montezuma to the shores of Port-au-Prince
At the 1908 London Olympics, the Irish American Athletic Club
Learning to ride—and to fall—in 1950s California.
Pioneers in petticoats would disdain today’s oppression studies.
Coast of Dreams: California on the Edge, 1990-2003, Kevin Starr, Alfred A. Knopf, 765 pages
South Central Los Angeles ushers in a new era of racial tension—this time between blacks and Hispanics.
1776, David McCullough, Simon & Schuster, 386 pages
Hollywood can’t stomach the kind of men who won the West.
A PC “Day of Remembrance” forgets key facts.
The Golden State has known fires before. The latest won’t be the last
How an all-American town became a barrio.
The Refugee Act of 1980 has turned thousands of Somali Bantu into American dependents. Millions more “refugees” may be eligible for resettlement in your neighborhood.
Subscribe to our newsletter
Help Us Grow
As a reader-funded non-profit, we count on your support. Now you can help a little every month: just commit $3, $10, or whatever is comfortable today! Thanks to you, we will reach new readers, challenge more minds, and give you more of the “best conservative magazine in America.”Donate
State of The Union