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A lesson learned: modern “conservatism”

I did not watch any of Senator Jeff Sessions’ confirmation hearing for the post of Attorney General in the coming Trump administration. I did, however, hear and see a few

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An observation on the Alt-Right

Some members (and former members) of The League have eloped with the Alt-Right, caught up in all the excitement of Trump’s Presidential victory. This is nothing I didn’t expect, especially

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Children of the Son

Recently, a leader of the Alt-Right gave a speech in which he called whites “children of the sun.” As a Christian and a Southern nationalist, I prefer to call my

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A warning from a Southern nationalist

(The photo on the right is from Lee Circle in New Orleans after Trump’s victory) It is commonplace for the victor in a hotly-contested political race to offer an olive

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A few pre-election thoughts

I know what I had for supper last night. I know what brand of coffee I’m drinking right now, that is if I believe the information on the package label

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Serfdom, revolution, or independence?

This article was first published on this website in June 2014. It has been edited for re-publication. Americans, including Southerners, like to imagine themselves as moderates, middle-of-the-roaders who are not

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When politics fail

This article grew out of a speech I gave in Georgia around the year 2000. I have revised it slightly since I first published it in article form a few

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Michael Hill: My pledge of allegiance

I’ll turn 65 on my next birthday. I was born only six years after the end of World War Two. I was alive at the same time as Winston Churchill

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A “Norwegian?”

“A 19-year-old Norwegian man was arrested on suspicion of murder after a knife attack in Central London that killed an American woman and wounded five people, the Metropolitan Police said

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Past, Present, and Future

No nationalist movement can exist without paying heed to the past, the present, and the future. But for many years, The League of the South was criticized, both rightly and