Grayson Quay

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Rolling Stone: Men Who Abstain From Porn Are Dangerous Alt-Righters

This is how threatened the post-sexual revolution cultural left currently feels.
Grayson Quay November 15, 2019

Franco’s Victory Was Necessary, But Ultimately Meaningless

If he was fighting for traditionalist Catholicism against the forces of modernity, then he failed.
Grayson Quay October 29, 2019

A Trip to Sicily With a Jersey Girl

Places like Sciacca and Calamonachi have well preserved their native culture. So why have we Americans struggled to do the same?
Grayson Quay August 13, 2019

The Debt Neocons Owe to the Atheist Left

As Christopher Hitchens demonstrated, one easily flows out of the other, with secular utopianism very much intact.
Grayson Quay July 2, 2019

Brian Sims and America’s Abortion Endgame

There's no middle road. Very soon, either pro-lifers or pro-choicers will suffer a devastating loss.
Grayson Quay May 14, 2019

The Meaning of Notre Dame in a Humanist Age

A country whose revolution tried to erase history has drawn us mercifully back to our past.
Grayson Quay April 19, 2019

C.S. Lewis’s Benedict Option

Long before the '60s, the great Christian apologist perceived that things were coming apart.
Grayson Quay April 17, 2019

The Covington Catholic Kids Take the Gloves Off

Their lawsuit seeks to teach the media a lesson it will never forget.
Grayson Quay February 22, 2019