Chilton Williamson, Jr.’s articles bring readers a prolific stream of fresh insights on a variety of hot-button topics. Click below to read selected excerpts.

Trump Should Not Sit Too Long

November 20, 2020
Author: Chilton Williamson

Barring some radically dramatic and comprehensive discovery—or, which is more likely, revelation— President Trump should probably concede the presidential election sooner rather than later. I can think of several reasons why he should so. One is that Rudy Giuliani has failed to produce anything that amounts to sufficient evidence that the election was stolen by… Read More

The Swamp at the End of the Tunnel

October 19, 2020
Author: Chilton Williamson

  Four years after Donald Trump was elected President and months away from the end of a highly successful and consequential presidential term, some things have not changed since 2016. Among them: The Democrats are still talking about Russia. They are still talking even about impeachment. And the Swamp is still chugging, sucking, and bubbling… Read More

Spring, Like a Lion

April 8, 2020
Author: Chilton Williamson

(Unfortunately, wanderings like these are impossible in this wholly abnormal spring, when we’ve had to postpone a camping and hiking trip to the Southwest from fear of state border closures and being locked out of Wyoming when we attempt to reenter it.–author’s note.) It’s 145 road miles from Belen to Gallup, New Mexico, a railroad… Read More

The Real Neoliberalism

December 21, 2019
Author: Chilton Williamson

The events surrounding the British general election on December 12 and the impeachment of President Trump last week greatly clarify the political situation in the Western so-called democratic countries–the so-called Anglosphere most of all perhaps– at the end of the first two decades of the 21st century. Just as the interior of the modern cruise… Read More

Pensée

October 5, 2019
Author: Chilton Williamson

Is it merely a linguistic coincidence that “the Right” is right? Chesterton called coincidences “spiritual puns.” 5 October 2019