Here are the Blogs in the NER
Tuesday, 10 October 2017
Jerry Coyne writes at Why Evolution is True:
Phyllis Chesler has impeccable credentials as a feminist, including a lifelong history of activism and over a thousand articles and sixteen books on feminism, including the famous Women and Madness. You’ll probably think, as did I, that she makes too ...Read More...
Posted on 10/10/2017 3:29 PM by NER
Sunday, 8 October 2017
Why Are Feminists Silent about Islamic Violence against Women? Dr Phyllis Chesler Explains from Two Raven Films on Vimeo.
Posted on 10/08/2017 7:01 AM by NER
Friday, 6 October 2017
Daniel Greenfield writes in Frontpage:
In a political environment where feminism is both ubiquitous and meaningless, whether feminism means a t-shirt or unthinking adherence to leftist doctrine, Phyllis Chesler bears the scars of her activism from her time in Afghanistan to her activism in America. ...Read More...
Posted on 10/06/2017 5:57 AM by NER
Friday, 29 September 2017
New English Review Press is pleased to announce the publication of our twenty fourth book, Islamic Gender Apartheid: Exposing a Veiled War Against Women by Phyllis Chesler.
Phyllis Chesler is by far the bravest and most outspoken American feminist to address the plight of Muslim women. I recommend ...Read More...
Posted on 09/29/2017 7:31 AM by NER
Wednesday, 27 September 2017
Why do so many so-called progressives cry out against Zionism while accepting so much violence against women elsewhere in the Middle East?
Richard Landes writes in The Tablet.
Gloria Steinem stands with Linda Sarsour at the Women's March in Washington DC
Earlier this month, the UJA Women ...Read More...
Posted on 09/27/2017 12:38 PM by NER
Monday, 18 September 2017
David Pryce-Jones writes at NR's The Corner.
Ibn Warraq is the pseudonym of someone evidently born and brought up a Muslim but who as an adult finds that rationality means more to him than Islam. The pseudonym is all that stands between him and a death sentence for his critical writings. “Why ...Read More...
Posted on 09/18/2017 1:08 PM by NER
Sunday, 17 September 2017
Click here to listen to Daniel Mallock's interview with John Loeffler of Steel on Steel about the current assault on American history.
Mr. Mallock's article "In Defense of American History and Heroes" appears in this month's edition of New English Review.
Posted on 09/17/2017 11:50 AM by NER
Friday, 1 September 2017
by Rebecca Bynum and Jerome B. Gordon
Since the time when Dr. Walid Phares was appointed by Presidential candidate Mitt Romney as one of his national security advisors in 2011, the pro Iran regime and Muslim Brotherhood networks in the media have been waging one smear campaign after the other ...Read More...
Posted on 09/01/2017 4:17 AM by NER
Monday, 21 August 2017
Fred Siegel and Sol Stern write in City Journal:
Standing up to political correctness and facing death threats, the Muslim apostate writers Ibn Warraq and Ayaan Hirsi Ali have honored our increasingly endangered Western heritage of free thought, which includes the right—indeed, the obligation—to ...Read More...
Posted on 08/21/2017 4:57 AM by NER
Tuesday, 1 August 2017
The Welfare Culture and Its Discontents
Theodore Dalrymple uses fiction to tackle a tough subject.
by Ian Tuttle at National Review
Theodore Dalrymple’s The Proper Procedure and Other Stories is filled with lousy neighbors. They play music loud and all night; they deal drugs; they urinate ...Read More...
Posted on 08/01/2017 11:08 AM by NER
Monday, 31 July 2017
New English Review Press is pleased to announce the publication of our twenty-third book, The Proper Procedure and Other Stories by Theodore Dalrymple.
Theodore Dalrymple, almost singlehandedly, revived the languishing Essay and in so doing became Britain s answer to Montaigne. In this, his first ...Read More...
Posted on 07/31/2017 5:18 AM by NER
Saturday, 1 July 2017
by Conrad Black (July 2017)
Populism is generally taken to mean a political movement that challenges the incumbent political elite and may overwhelm it. If in doing so, or at a subsequent stage, the movement becomes violent or departs from the confines of the orthodox constitutional system altogether, ...Read More...
Posted on 07/01/2017 4:04 AM by NER
Friday, 30 June 2017
by Evelyn Hooven (July 2017)
The Thinker in the Rodin Museum Garden, Paris, France
The setting is the Rodin Museum garden
during an extraordinary heat wave;
fatalities mount; the sculpture speaks: more>>>
Posted on 06/30/2017 4:13 PM by NER
Friday, 30 June 2017
by James Como (July 2017)
NOTE. This dramatic monologue is about what Grace claims: the dangerous intersection of passions, in this case passions for baseball, religion, and story-telling. If one is at that crossroad, as Grace seems to be, can lunacy be far behind? Of course much religious ...Read More...
Posted on 06/30/2017 4:01 PM by NER
Friday, 30 June 2017
Translated from the Hungarian & edited
by Thomas Ország-Land (July 2017)
Hannah Senesh, 1921-1944, (Hungarian spelling Hanna Szenes), poet, farmer, soldier, emigrated as a youth to Palestine to escape rising Fascism in Europe, and eventually joined the British Army there. She was parachuted ...Read More...
Posted on 06/30/2017 3:28 PM by NER