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).

February 2007 Radar Piece On Toxic Bachelors

From Radar magazine: They used to be called cads, or playboys, or Kennedys—randy skirt-chasers who could be trusted to mind their manners and get their girls home by 11 p.m., even if they sometimes left them with a mild burning … Continue reading

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Former LA Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa Accused Of Murder

Former LA mayor & present gubernatorial candidate #AntonioVillaraigosa is now accused of murder. Weinstein America 2017 resembles Profumo Britain 1963. The difference being that back then it was the toffs that got it in the neck; now it's the progs' … Continue reading

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Charlie Rose Outed As A Predator

I could never stand Charlie Rose. His work was pompous. He was a terrible interviewer. (This is a better way.) I never could stand New York Times reporter Glenn Thrush either. I hate these preening leftists lecturing us about right … Continue reading

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VDARE: Hawley’s MAKING SENSE OF THE ALT RIGHT Tries To Be Objective—But Fails

F. Roger Devlin writes: Young political scientist George Hawley, [Email him]came to prominence last year with a sizable book on Right Wing Critics of American Conservatism (reviewed for VDARE.com by Paul Gottfried). That was good preparation for his new, shorter … Continue reading

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The Obsession With Sin

A friend says: I think if a society DOES NOT obsess over sin and depravity… then that leaves it vulnerable to the allure of idols. It’s only when you think less about good and evil than Hawthorne and the Puritans … Continue reading

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