Returning

Over the next few days I’ll be posting several of the essays I have written over the last year. I abandoned this site for several months and have been publishing primarily through Counter-Currents Magazine, in an effort to reach a broader audience for feedback and new ideas. While my own intellectual and political orientation differs significantly from that of many Counter-Currents authors, it is nevertheless one of the best sources I know of for rightist, traditionalist, and counter-modern political thought. I am grateful to Gregory Johnson for his tolerance of opposing viewpoints and for allowing a space where such ideas can be advanced and discussed. That being said, I have begun writing on several topics that, I believe, fall outside the interests of most Counter-Currents readers (primarily of a religious nature) and am therefore reviving this blog. One of my Lenten observances is to shun physical and intellectual sloth and commit myself more fully to this work, so I hope to have some additional essays out soon. Thank you all.

2 thoughts on “Returning

  1. You did indeed broaden your audience. I found you and your work due to my reading of Counter Currents.

    Your essays there are some of my favorites.
    In particular American Kshatriya, Living Monuments, and Michaelmas.

    My paternal lineage originates in colonial Tidewater, I’m Catholic, and homeschooling my children, so I’m sure all of the above helps with your work resonating so strongly with me.

    Thank you for your insightful writing, and God bless.

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    • Thank you for your comment, and I’m glad the essays were of interest to you. I have several more in the works, but – as you can surely appreciate – small children are time-consuming, especially when you take an active role in their education.

      I found the essays on your website very insightful and congenial to my own thinking. I particularly liked “Genealogy,” and the idea of having a “Landing Day” celebration for one’s colonial ancestors is one I’ll have to borrow. Thank you, and I hope you are having a pleasant Eastertide.

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