Author Archives: Paul Brian
Compulsory service defending the nation at home would foster solidarity and give men something to fight for.
If we want fewer racists and incels, we need to build a society where men can once again flourish.
The Christchurch shooter is the product of an internet edge culture that’s displacing and perverting masculine values.
The Krassenstein brothers are the Diamond and Silk of the Left, absurd partisans for our silly age.
Acting in America’s national interest is a good thing. But sometimes our allies are in more precarious positions than we appreciate.
Berlin hasn’t learned Paris’s lesson, chasing environmental policies that will harm the working class.
Tear gas, anger over the cost of living—the demonstrations that rocked Paris are still going strong.
They profit off the addicted in hollowed out towns and cities—and the government facilitates this?
Maxime Bernier might succeed in dividing the Conservative Party but ultimately he doesn’t understand his own base.
The United Order rejected GOP-style individualism in favor of shared cooperative projects and economic solidarity.
Controversial writer foresaw the barbarities of the sexual marketplace that have left so many cold and dejected.
A response to Shlomo Ben-Ami’s piece about how our elites got it wrong.
Doug Ford is as outrageous as you’d expect, and proof that the Trump phenomenon is alive and well in Canada.
The hawks and internationalists who set our house on fire don’t now deserve the contract to rebuild it.
from The American Conservative