Christopher DeGroot

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Christopher DeGroot—essayist, poet, aphorist, and satirist—is a writer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His writing appears regularly in New English Review, where he is a contributing editor, and occasionally in The Iconoclast, its daily blog. He has been published in The Imaginative Conservative, The Daily Caller, American Thinker, The Unz Review, Ygdrasil, A Journal of the Poetic Arts, and elsewhere. You can follow him at @CEGrotius.


The Untold Story

Feminism and the Decline of America

Feminism and the Decline of America

October 20, 2017

Ninety-seven years after being granted the right to vote, women now threaten

Zeitgeist

Strife and Wrangling in Las Vegas

Strife and Wrangling in Las Vegas

October 13, 2017

Fifty-eight people dead in the Las Vegas massacre and 489 wounded. The location

Vile Bodies

Human Nature’s Difficult Need for Esteem

Human Nature’s Difficult Need for Esteem

October 06, 2017

There is a 42-year-old mother in Houston who, in her mad longing to be “the

Cultural Caviar

A Machiavellian Solution to Antifa

A Machiavellian Solution to Antifa

September 29, 2017

Philly Antifa, on its website here in the City of Brotherly Love, states that

Cultural Caviar

The Deranged Origin of Multiculturalism

The Deranged Origin of Multiculturalism

September 22, 2017

The DACA issue compels us to confront our time’s either-or: patriotism or

Cultural Caviar

A Portrait of Noam Chomsky: A Great Mind in a Weak Soul

A Portrait of Noam Chomsky: A Great Mind in a Weak Soul

September 15, 2017

“Money is a new form of slavery,” Noam Chomsky tweeted on Sept. 5, “and

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