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Our writers hold no party line; their only allegiance is to clarity of thought, elegance of expression and independence of opinion.
Grayson Quay is a writer and editor based in Alexandria, Virginia. He earned his M.A. from Georgetown University in 2019.
Arlo Guthrie’s rambling, satirical anti-Vietnam ballad still plays every Thanksgiving
By Grayson Quay
A new generation of trads damns libertarianism and jokes they’re the ‘based furries’
After Game of Thrones, it’s nice to be reminded that there’s more to life than killing, screwing and scheming
Why have men become so useless?
While its prequel seems just another tale of a girlboss girlbossing
Science & Tech
Instead of abolishing humanity, we spread it across the stars
The obvious question
No, a rep didn’t say she would kill her grandchildren to protect her guns
Pro-life dreams are no longer a sitcom joke
They’ve become agents of woke cultural imperialism
Let’s show the world that freedom and humanity can coexist
They held their noses, voted for Trump, and were proven right
At the Supreme Court as Alito’s decision overturning Roe was leaked
He’s ditched any shred of social conservatism in lockstep with his party
And that’s okay
Travis Scott, satanist?
Kurt Vonnegut: atheist, socialist, trad
The Rings of Power is more than just blue-haired trans elves
Thinking of Seinfeld as Roe v. Wade ends
I could have been Kyle Rittenhouse
Thought-provoking commentary and opinion on politics, books and the arts.