Rhett Burn’s Authors Corner

The America to Come

The America to Come

By Rhett Burns Is it accurate to say that American society has been careening toward a cliff for some time now, and the events of 2020—coronavirus, presidential election, and the social justice riots—have sped it along to the edge?  That’s the question I posed to a...

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Militant Joy: Reflections on the First FLF Conference

Militant Joy: Reflections on the First FLF Conference

During the live CrossPolitic show recorded at the recent Fight Laugh Feast Conference, Glenn Sunshine described the FLF Network orbit as “militantly joyous.” From what I’ve observed of network show hosts, listeners, conference attendees, speakers, volunteers, and blog...

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The Courage to Stand

The Courage to Stand

By Rhett Burns Standing Tall In early June, many lauded Peter Hitchens as a portrait of courage after being photographed as the only man standing in a kneeling crowd of protesters demanding the removal of the statue of Cecil Rhodes from Oxford’s High Street. While...

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#StillPostmil

#StillPostmil

By Rhett Burns This year has been a doozy. Australia caught fire for weeks. United States forces killed Iran’s top general, Qasem Soleimani, stoking tensions with the Islamic regime. A global pandemic hit, causing both a health and economic crisis as the world shut...

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Ok Dude: Zuby’s Truth-Telling New Single

Ok Dude: Zuby’s Truth-Telling New Single

Rap succeeds best as a transgressive genre—hard men saying hard truths against the spirit of the age. Zuby’s new single Ok Dude hits the mark in just this way.  But first, the backstory: In February, Twitter suspended Zuby’s account (@ZubyMusic) after he replied “Ok...

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Unredeemed Glory: Michael Jordan and The Last Dance

Unredeemed Glory: Michael Jordan and The Last Dance

During Michael Jordan’s last season with the Chicago Bulls, he and coach Phil Jackson granted unprecedented behind-the-scenes access to an NBA Entertainment film crew. Cameras followed the most iconic sports team of the 1990s and the biggest superstar in the world for...

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The Wrath of the Educrats

The Wrath of the Educrats

By Rhett Burns Listen to this Article The Educrats are angry. And it seems they are lashing out in fear, having been threatened by the terrible vision of ten-year-olds learning their math facts at the kitchen table. Harvard Magazine ran a hit piece by Erin O’Donnell...

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