Saturday, February 16, 2013

January Musings and More

Alternative Right reviews the year of 2012.

Also at Alternative Right, Mark Hackard has reflected on Dostoevsky and modern conservatism – touching on a certain inaugural speech.

Over at The American Conservative, Patrick J. Buchanan further reflects on the inaugural speech.

Over at his weblog Royal World, Theodore Harvey gives his take on conservatism.

Royal World also comments on the Dutch upcoming abdication – and once again. The Mad Monarchist also has some comments.

Royal World also weighs in on the news of German heirs, which Radical Royalist also has, and has some thoughts on the German Empire.

Further, Royal World has some words for the anniversary of the Hawai'ian overthrow.

The Mad Monarchist remembers Charles I, rants against equality, and counters some republican arguments.

Norwegian royal historian Trond Norén Isaksen marks the 250th anniversary of the birth of King Carl Johan.

Over at his very own Taki's Magazine, Taki Theodoracopulos compares Europe of old and now – with special emphasis on Russia, Greece, and the EU.

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