The Culture of The Old South as a Model For The Future

In Defense of Cursive

In Defense of Cursive

One of the main concepts of Agrarianism is the avoidance of industrial dehumanization and the embracing of that which defines us as individuals. We are not interchangeable parts in a corporate machine. All printing, by definition, looks pretty much the same. Cursive handwriting, on the other hand, reflects the personality and character of the person […]

Interviewed on Amerika.org

Interviewed on Amerika.org

In a post at Amerika.org, Brett Stevens interviewed me about the Southern Agrarian movement. Amerika.org is one of those refreshing islands of original thought on the web that makes you stop and think. As with any good writing – indeed, with anything in life that truly makes you stop and think – you probably won’t […]

Tomislav Sunić on Southern Agrarianis...

Tomislav Sunić on Southern Agrarianism – an SNN Interview

Tomislav Sunić was interviewed by Michael at the Southern Nationalist Network on the topic of Southern Agrarianism. The Southern Agrarian movement in its purest form was described in the book, I’ll Take My Stand, (first published in 1930) by Twelve Southerners. Two of those “Twelve Southerners” – Stark Young and Frank Lawrence Owsley – were […]

Tim Manning on Southern Agrarian Writ...

Tim Manning on Southern Agrarian Writers

Originally published April 3, 2012 on The Southern Agrarian blog. There are few people today who understand Southern Agrarianism as well as Tim Manning. Mr. Manning regularly publishes his essays on Facebook, and he has granted permission to re-post this one here. The following was written by and reprinted with permission from Tim Manning. Mr. […]

Complex Societies vs. Southern Agrari...

Complex Societies vs. Southern Agrarianism

Southern Agrarianism encompasses many things – it has aspects of politics, literature, culture, and industry/agriculture. While it is not merely a nostalgia for simpler times, simplicity is a major part of it. The opposite of the simplicity of Southern Agrarianism is the complexity of the civilization that we now have. In this brief video, Dr. […]

New Era’s Resolutions

New Era’s Resolutions

The following is based on a post that I wrote on the Confederate Colonel blog in 2012. As many folks are making new year resolutions, perhaps it is time to look deeper than the usual lose a few pounds or quit a bad habit resolutions. On November 6, 2012, America entered a new era – […]

Cultural Secession

Cultural Secession

The idea of political secession is an interesting one, and one that is clearly a part of our Southern heritage. There are, however, so many problems with it today that it is best left in the realm of “something to consider” – for now, anyway. In the mean time, cultural secession is what we should […]

Noblesse Oblige

Noblesse Oblige

In February 2011, I wrote an essay titled White Privilege – Guilty As Charged, which is reproduced below. Closely linked to this “White Privilege” is the concept of Noblesse Oblige, which the dictionary defines as “The obligation of honorable, generous, and responsible behavior associated with high rank or birth.” White Privilege and Noblesse Oblige cannot […]