Author Archives: J.P. O'Malley
His writing was like a secular prayer, transcending his own neurotic mind into something like universal truth.
Two new books find committed leftists wrangling with the grisly legacy of October 1917.
Things might have turned out differently had he not ended his life that winter morning in 1889.
Tragic tale reflects continent’s descent into 20th-century chaos.
The creator of King Kong, who first made his name as a war correspondent, never let moral principle stand in the way of a paycheck.
Hollywood stars don’t just influence politics—they actually decide who wins elections.
What people can learn from the other animals
from The American Conservative