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Harry

January 20, 2020
Author: Ralph Berry

‘He was a kind of nothing, titleless’: that was the exiled Coriolanus, as viewed by an old friend.  Prince Harry has been forced to give up the use of his title, His Royal Highness, as has his wife Meghan.  Much more painful is the loss of his military patronages.  He was Captain General of the… Read More

Fallen Walls

January 17, 2020
Author: Chilton Williamson

  I studied the weather for four days before making a break for the south, slipping between the winter storms along ice packed roads wreathed with snowflakes across sun-glazed plains in the direction of the Salt Lake Valley where much of the snow had evaporated under a stiff north­westerly wind and horses and cattle at… Read More

L’Affaire Markle

January 15, 2020
Author: Chilton Williamson

The British monarchy is not glamorous, nor is it intended to be. It is ceremonial; not at all the same thing.  The British public is devoted to its royalty as an institution, and to the Royal Family themselves. But it does not look to them as a source of  vulgar entertainment. Instead it sees the… Read More

Il Miglior Comunicatore

January 10, 2020
Author: Chilton Williamson

A revealing moment occurred last night on “The Story,” when Martha McCallum put up on the screen  a pair of TV clips in sequence. The first showed  Ronald Reagan, the Republican candidate for president,  speaking on October 19, 1980 on the need for strength as a prerequisite for establishing and maintaining peace; the second President Donald… Read More

Il Miglior Comunicatore


Author: Chilton Williamson

A revealing moment occurred last night on “The Story,” when Martha McCallum put up on the screen  a pair of TV clips in sequence. The first showed  Ronald Reagan, the Republican candidate for president,  speaking on October 19, 1980 on the need for strength as a prerequisite for establishing and maintaining peace; the second President Donald… Read More