ORANGE ALERT: The (almost) daily outrage

More Info
By Friday, Feb 10 Viewpoints  1 Comment

Source: Click HERE

Julius Evola eventually broke with Mussolini and the Italian Fascists because he considered them overly tame and corrupted by compromise. Instead he preferred the Nazi SS officers…


Return Home

One Comment   Add Comment

  1. Steve Farina says:

    Ben,
    Did you even read the NYT article? If so, how did you come to the conclusion of Evola being Bannon’s favorite author?
    I hope your readers do in fact read the NYT article, and follow the link to the Briebart article on the alt-right (it is long, but worth reading completely).
    Thanks for unintentionally bringing my attention to this article about an area I had previously found easier to dismiss.

What's your opinion?

We welcome your comments and appreciate your respect for others. We kindly ask you to keep your comments as civil and focused as possible. If this is your first time leaving a comment on our website we will send you an email confirmation to validate your identity.

Amend the proposed solar bylaw (Article 19) at town meeting

Thursday, Apr 20 - In their letter to the editor, Sharon Gregory, Patricia Ryan and Gabrielle Senza write: “If we allow roof-mounted systems ‘by right’ for accessory use and amend the definition for ‘light industrial’ to include ‘commercial solar installations,’ we would make great legal and green energy strides."

Ramsdell Library at risk — again

Monday, Apr 17 - In her letter to the editor, Holly Hamer writes: “A sharp reduction in hours (with a jumbled schedule that a spelling bee champion couldn't remember) will hasten the demise of this venerable community beacon.”

POEM: Poor Rex

Monday, Apr 10 - What’s more, a man who’s made deals with Vladimir and his oligarch pals

Smithsonian curator defends arts as essential to democracy

Saturday, Apr 8 - In his letter to the editor, Eli Newberger writes: “John Hasse gave a daring, arching, and comprehensive examination of the salutary and urgently-needed contributions of the creative arts to our personal and social worlds.”

BOB GRAY: Changing views

Saturday, Apr 8 - We knew the stream as Icy Brook. The trout we sought were natives, eight or ten skittish inches long, and pink as salmon.