"American" Blogs & Blog Posts

Forbidden PoetryForbidden Poetry

Poetry blog featuring the writing of Chris Steven Young.

 
Little London ObservationistLittle London Observationist

Snippets of life in London from an American expat, heaps of colourful photo...

 
AurelismAurelism

Blog of a French young lady living in NYC and giving her point of view abou...

 


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It's official, then: Meghan Markle, speaker of Standard American English, is now wed to Prince Harry, speaker of what he might call Grandma's English.  And if the experience of expat Americans in the U.K. or Brits in America (like this writer) i...

The blogger Zman provides a very useful summary of the dissident right:If you were trying to reduce the main points of the Dissident Right with a few bullet points, it would be:The people in charge have dangerous fantasies about the future of so...

Recently read the following comment:A second example i’ll give is Black Lives Matter. One is labeled racist/white supremacist/white nationalist/nazi if you say “no, All Lives Matter.” But the problem isn’t a devaluation or disrespect to the g...

This was my first time attending Seattle’s Capitol Hill Block Party. Three-day event that takes place in the heart of Seattle’s Capitol Hill filled with great live acts from big names to local acts in various stages. Here were the acts th...

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. You know who looks good in stars and stripes? Everyone. If dad’s old American flag muscle tee isn’t looking too hot anymore or you can&...

The east coast of South America, the first known instance of "America" being used in a document.Image: Library of CongressIn April 1507, German cartographer Martin Waldseemüller published his Universalis cosmographia secundum Ptholomaei traditio...

If you assume some factor is behind everything, it is very easy to find it everywhere you look—you just project it onto phenomena. Marxists assumed everything was driven by class dynamics and—surprise, surprise—they found it everywhere they loo...