British Girls Raped By Muslim Gangs

Rebecca Hamilton writes powerfully here about the Islamic sex abuse scandal in Rotherham, England. This is NOT about racism, Islamophobia or any other politically correct battle. This is about the rape, torture and abuse of young women by Muslim men. The politically correct crowd can yak about “racism” and “Islamaphobia” all they want. What we [Read More...]

Does the Quran Command Beheading?


In this post for Aleteia I ask whether the Quran commands the beheading of infidels. Quran 8:12 which says, “When your Lord revealed to the angels: I am with you, therefore make firm those who believe. I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off [Read More...]

Wherefore the Fedora?


Where are all the men in hats? In the midst of so much bad news, here’s a whimsical piece: my column for the Imaginative Conservative this week. Men in Hats – An Endangered Species Who can resist the gritty allure of the gumshoe Bogart tugging at the brim of his hat, or John Wayne glowering [Read More...]

Why the Secular Humanists Cannot Cope With Islam

Rotherham, England

In England the liberal left wing ideologues are shaking their heads with shame at the revelations coming from the town of Rotherham. In a huge scandal it has emerged that hundreds of children in state run children’s homes were systematically abused by gangs of Muslim men. More than 1,400 children were sexually abused over a [Read More...]

Prepare for the Rise of the Right


Ordinary people are fuming. Ordinary, decent, down home Mom and Pop types are frightened and fed up. In Britain and France, in the United States and Germany, in Scandinavian and Low Countries, in Spain and Italy ordinary, quiet citizens are angry and afraid. Check out this article reporting on the huge swing towards a new right [Read More...]

Southern Catholicism: Embracing Tradition

Michael Tamara writes here at Crisis Magazine website on the rise of traditional church architecture in the American South: it is still somewhat of a rarity to see a new ecclesiastical project of such delicate care and quality. However, it is not nearly as rare as it was at the turn of the century, and [Read More...]