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Monarchy: Bulwark of Civilization

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A 2009 Vatican conference condemned “ethical relativism, which by no means few see as one of the principal conditions for democracy because relativism is said to assure tolerance and mutual respect between people. However, on the basis of these assumptions

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Charles Coulombe Tells All

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The following is a slightly edited transcript of my recent interview with Catholic historian Charles Coulombe, KCSS. Hello, Charles. I have some questions for you today. First, I know that you admire the works of Tolkien and H.P. Lovecraft. And

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Monarchy: The Cure for Democratic Ills

“[Democracy] soon wastes, exhausts, and murders itself. There never was a democracy yet that did not commit suicide.” — John Adams “Men think that what is just is equal; and that equality is the supremacy of the popular will; and

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4 Reasons to Become a Monarchist

1. Monarchies are pro-people. Monarchs represent all, while politicians are necessarily partisan and divisive. Aristotle: “The idea of a king is to be a protector of the rich against unjust treatment, of the people against insult and oppression. Whereas a

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Libertarians and Catholicism

I have argued before that, in their fullest, libertarianism and Catholicism are incompatible — but to what degree are they so? Leaders of the libertarian movement have certainly said silly, anti-Catholic things. Ludwig von Mises, for example, compared Christ to

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