Article By Sam Francis on 02/13/2003

`Gods and Generals` and the National Question

Ted Turner, executive producer of "Gods and Generals," which premiered in Washington this week, "didn't set out to make an antiwar movie," the Washington Post concluded in its coverage of the event, ...
Article By Allan Wall on 11/22/2002

Memo From Mexico | "Nuestra Gente" And The National Question In Texas

Will American someday reach a point where race and ethnicity will be politically irrelevant? When voters simply vote on the issues, regardless of the candidate's background?Not anytime soon, judging fr...
Article By Allan Wall on 08/27/2002

Memo From Mexico | The Virgin Of Guadalupe And The U.S. National Question

Pope John Paul II visited Mexico, for the fifth time, from July 30th to August 1st, 2002. He received an absolutely spectacular welcome. The Pope loves Mexico and Mexico loves the Pope. As he is fond o...
Article By Chilton Williamson on 12/23/2001

A Christmas Meditation: St. Augustine on the National Question

"Keep order in space, And order in time, For disorder is chaos, And chaos is crime." —Anonymous This Christmas Eve, I will be attending mass at my parish church, St. Laurence O'Toole in Laramie, Wyo...
Article By Paul Gottfried on 02/03/2001

America's National Question Problem: Decaying Protestantism…

[Some readers took marked exception to Scott McConnell's suggestion that America's current immigration impasse is partly due to Jewish immigration enthusiasm.  But hey, VDARE is an Equal Opportunity et...
Article By Peter Brimelow on 10/08/2000

Presidential Debate Phooey! Trudeau Meant More To America's National Question.

(Peter Brimelow's 1986 book The Patriot Game: Canada and the Canadian Question Revisited is allegedly still available at Amazon.com) "He was the first person I invited to visit me when I was president...
Article By Steve Sailer on 09/27/2000

The National Question and the Olympics

The nation-state may be "finished" (R. Bartley, Editor, Wall Street Journal). But you sure wouldn't know watching the Olympics. In Sydney, old-fashioned nationalism reigns. The collapse of the transnat...