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Chilton Williamson, Jr.

Prejudices

The grievance games of the left

Since the French Revolution, left-wing politics have been essentially about revenge

By Chilton Williamson, Jr.

Politics

Joe Biden is the phantom of the Potomac

Even his own voters found him too inconsequential to blame

By Chilton Williamson, Jr.

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The brilliance of British civilization

Ceremony comes naturally to the British; Americans are suspicious of it

By Chilton Williamson, Jr.

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The slumber of the Anglosphere

Can democracy in the West survive its attenuation in the US and UK?

By Chilton Williamson, Jr.

Russia

Vladimir Putin is simply mad

He and the Soviet government, not the West, brought about the downfall of the USSR

By Chilton Williamson, Jr.

Politics

Liz Cheney’s GOP has gone extinct

She longs for the Republican Party of the first decade of the twenty-first century

By Chilton Williamson, Jr.

Woke Life

The Trinity School gets its anti-woke comeuppance

One of its directors calls for vigilante action against white Republicans

By Chilton Williamson, Jr.

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Politicians are not ‘just like us’

At least Trump won’t go down in the history books as ‘Don’ or ‘Donnie’

By Chilton Williamson, Jr.

Campaign 2022

Liz Cheney: the end of the affair

For its defeated representative-at-large, Wyoming and its interests have been of small importance in her ascent to greater things

By Chilton Williamson, Jr.

Campaign 2022

The last-ditch attempt to rescue Liz Cheney

The establishment and her father swoop in, but Wyoming will have its revenge

By Chilton Williamson, Jr.

Prejudices

From modernism to totalitarianism

Postmodern man is characterized by an obsession with technique and technology

By Chilton Williamson, Jr.

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Conservatives and culture

Is the historical American culture being diluted, weakened and transformed by multiculturalism?

By Chilton Williamson, Jr.

Politics

Liz Cheney is the GOP’s worst enemy

The Wyoming congresswoman is on a mission to destroy her own party

By Chilton Williamson, Jr.

Prejudices

Fall of the godless

The New Atheists called down fire and brimstone on the godly everywhere

By Chilton Williamson, Jr.

Books

Falling in line with Sinclair Lewis

Sinclair Lewis’s 1922 novel Babbitt is both a prophecy and a warning for America in the next century

By Chilton Williamson, Jr.

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