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Act Now!

What we do when a chance comes to us? When a new door opens before us? Well…the answers are often ones we don’t care to admit to ourselves. So in looking at why we fail to act, I say, most … Continue reading

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The Frightening Future of Forstchen

My most recent light-novel read has been a good one, albeit frightening. William R. Fortschen’s 2009 post-apocalypse work, One Second After. The book stands upon the premise of America suffering three EMP attacks in a single day, which destroy electronic … Continue reading

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Why this blog has changed.

I have chosen to change this blog’s name. Its title will now be Old Right Blog. Some may ask why I have chosen this name as opposed to its former one. There are several reasons. 1. The old name, millenialconservator, … Continue reading

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Manent and Secular Society I: Laicite

What is the nature of modern society? According to French philosopher Pierre Manent, the nature of democracy is a separation of functions. We separate the political power from the spiritual power, the economic from the legal and the legal from … Continue reading

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Staring Down the Abyss

Nietzsche famously said, “When you stare into the abyss, the abyss stares back at you.” The historian Gertrude Himmelfarb has noted, in one of her fine essays on cultural decline, that we do now love to not merely look at … Continue reading

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Solzhenitsyn and the Hearts of Men.

The Russian author Solzhenitsyn was awarded the Noble Prize for Literature in the year 1970. Sadly, like Pasternak before him, Solzhenitsyn did not go to Stockholm to receive his prize, fearing that he would not be allowed back into Russia. … Continue reading

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On the Current Youth

The¬†Millennial¬†Generation is a sad group. Not that they are themselves sad, for the most part they feel quite good about themselves and about life. For those with the wit to see how lost we are, we are a cause for … Continue reading

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