Author Archives: Luke Ford

About Luke Ford

I've written five books (see Amazon.com). My work has been followed by the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and 60 Minutes. I teach Alexander Technique in Beverly Hills (Alexander90210.com).

Indiana white nationalist called ‘the next David Duke’ isn’t stopping with Charlottesville

Robert King writes: Three weeks ahead of the coming apocalypse, Matthew Heimbach knew that violence was a real possibility in Charlottesville, Va. A prominent white nationalist who’d squared off with leftist counterprotesters before, Heimbach said the group he was leading … Continue reading

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If Milo is New Face of American Right We’re in Trouble

Paul Gottfried writes: As a historian of the American conservative movement, I dove into Milo’s book because I was interested in what it conveyed about the Alt-Right, but my interest quickly dissipated after I read the relevant remarks. I would … Continue reading

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AltRight.com

Jason Reza Jorjani writes: I corporatized the Alt-Right because a corporate structure allows for both outside investment and hierarchical governance. The key was to have a real brain installed at the pinnacle of the hierarchy. I was supposed to be … Continue reading

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Portnoy’s Complaint

Philip Roth: “What I’m saying, Doctor, is that I don’t seem to stick my dick up these girls, as much as I stick it up their backgrounds – as though through fucking I will discover America.” In other words, shiksas … Continue reading

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Does The Iran Deal Show That The Israel Lobby Is Not All Powerful?

Ten years after their book The Israel Lobby, professors John J. Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt reflect on WBEZ 91.5 FM Chicago. Stephen Walt: “AIPAC went all out against the deal, spending as much as $30 million to defeat it. The … Continue reading

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