Author Archives: Michael Warren Davis
British Conservatives have succumbed to the Left and ousted him. We should bring him on in the fight against Brutalist monstrosities.
In an age characterized by “dreams of avarice,” he’s what the Right needs most.
Towards a masculine attitude on tobacco that neither allows nor bans everything.
He was a decent journalist and for a while a good conservative gatekeeper. Then it all went awry.
Those who count freedom unstructured by order as their sole virtue will always yield calamity.
Having suffered greatly in His absence, may we never take Him for granted again.
Man will have his faith, whether in true Christianity or the cheap substitute of political cults.
Market fundamentalism has been exposed as soulless. Before we forge ahead, we need to realize the scope of what we’ve lost.
It isn’t a last gasp; it’s a new beginning, one that’s rallying a new breed of young traditionalists.
The conservative great tied himself to a stake and lit a match. But that doesn’t mean we don’t have much to learn from his work.
from The American Conservative