Britain’s General Sir Frank Kitson, who died in January, left a terrible legacy in Ireland and a model for countering subversion and insurgency elsewhere, writes Mick Hall. First of an article in two parts.
False accusations of anti-semitism are all Israel and its defenders have left. Once the “But Hamas!” and “But Oct. 7!” excuses are spent, false accusations of hating Jews is all that remains, writes Caitlin Johnstone.
Today’s holiday culture wars continue an ancient struggle, as Nat Parry explores in this adaptation from his book, How Christmas Became Christmas: The Pagan and Christian Origins of the Beloved Holiday.