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Breivik 2.0

September 9, 2015 // 31 Comments

European politicians are inviting another Breivik [...]

The Medieval Wife: Part One

April 6, 2015 // 5 Comments

Griselda, the Medieval ideal of the patient and obedient wife Here are my notes on marriage in the Middle Ages from Marilyn Yalom’s book  A History of the Wife: In the [...]

Women In Early Modern Europe, 1500-1800

April 1, 2015 // 47 Comments

Editor’s Note: Consider this a companion guide to the latest podcast over at the Stormer. I’ve chosen the Early Modern Era to illustrate what life was still like [...]


January 3, 2015 // 39 Comments

Over the past month, I have been quietly watching the growing protest movement against the Islamization of Germany that has emerged in Dresden. More than 17,000 Germans [...]

Catalonia Marches For Independence

September 17, 2014 // 9 Comments

“To submit to the encroachments of this vulgar crew of plunderers and fanatics, is a degradation no other free people than the people of the South ever endured; but to [...]

Putin Signs Anti-Gay Measures Into Law

July 1, 2013 // 97 Comments

Russia Vladimir Putin’s approach to gay marriage is more interesting than Greg Johnson’s approach at Counter-Currents: “President Vladimir Putin has signed [...]

Rivers of Blood: Now France

May 25, 2013 // 23 Comments

France Nothing to see here. Just your everyday hooliganism. “A uniformed French soldier on anti-terrorist duties in Paris had his throat cut by a knife-wielding man [...]

Sweden Burning

May 23, 2013 // 21 Comments

Sweden Sweden has been celebrating diversity for the third (or fourth) night in a [...]

Catalonia Independence Referendum

December 19, 2012 // 23 Comments

Spain The two major Catalan nationalist parties have agreed to hold an independence referendum in 2014. Madrid still considers secession illegal, but the Catalan nationalists [...]

Catalonia’s Domino Effect

November 27, 2012 // 10 Comments

Spain You know that the Basques have to be watching what is going on in Catalonia in light of the ETA’s vanguardist tradition of armed struggle: “The results of [...]

Catalonia’s Precedent for Texas

November 26, 2012 // 22 Comments

The Lone Star State of Spain will hold a referendum on independence Spain In spite of the media spin, the bottom line coming out of Catalonia’s elections is that the [...]

Catalonia Goes To The Polls

November 24, 2012 // 23 Comments

Spain The Spanish state of Catalonia is holding elections on Sunday which are expected to return a strong pro-independence majority in the Catalan regional parliament: [...]
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