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‘Jihadi Cool': It’s Not Your Father’s Britain

james foley

As Britain – and all of the West for that matter – twists itself into pretzels trying not to give offense to the descendants of those it once colonized or otherwise dominated, Islam unabashedly seeks to rule the world. Read More »

The London Olympics Opening Ceremonies: A Brilliant Shot Across America’s Bow

The London Olympics' opening ceremonies are a reminder that America would be wise to heed. Read More »

Something is Rotten in the Eurozone

The French and Greek elections showed faith in far-Left policies to correct the financial crisis. Did the British do the same? Read More »

Book Review: Shadowed in Silk by Christine Lindsay

Experience the “Twilight of the British Raj” through believable characters via a plot that delivers danger, intrigue, and romance. Read More »

Book Review: A Guide to the New Ruins of Great Britain by Owen Hatherley

Want to know why that hideous monstrosity of private flats has been built at the end of your road? Read More »

Book Review: Sunrise of Avalon by Anna Elliott

Healer, storyteller, warrior - and the strength of Isolde's love for Tristan may be Britain’s downfall or salvation. Read More »

Book Review: Chavs: The Demonisation of the Working Class by Owen Jones

A solid primer of the economic dispossession of the past 30 years and an explanation of how it's been 'justified'. Read More »

Interview: Sue Bourne, Director of JIG: The Story of The Irish Dancing World Championships

Director Sue Bourne discusses her documentary, JIG: The Story of The Irish Dancing World Championships, Opening in Theaters This Friday Read More »

Book Review: The Last Resort by Martin Parr

A vividly colored document of working class vacationers in New Brighton during Thatcher-era England. Read More »

Barack Obama: Spiritual Leader of the British

What does the undying fealty to President Obama among the British public really say about them? Read More »