Bruce Walker

Bruce Walker has been a published author in print and in electronic media since 1990. His first book, Sinisterism: Secular Religion of the Lie, has been revised and re-released. The Swastika against the Cross: The Nazi War on Christianity, has recently been published, and his most recent book, Poor Lenin's Almanac: Perverse Leftist Proverbs for Modern Life can be viewed here: outskirtspress.com.

Most Recent Articles by Bruce Walker:

Scott Walker and Academic Tenure

Jun 12, 2015 — Bruce Walker

Scott Walker is advocating a reform in Wisconsin which could have a more profound impact on America than anything we have seen in a long time.  Establishment leftism depends upon institutions which support and promote its philosophy and agenda using our money.  The most obnoxious offender is Big Education, especially tenured professors who mock our values even as they rob our pockets.


Make the Leftist Media the 2016 Issue

Apr 12, 2015 — Bruce Walker

The enemy of conservatism in America is the leftist establishment, the leftist-controlled institutions of news, education and entertainment.  Take away these big, fat incestuously connected institutions and the left in America is a circus sideshow and nothing else.  Democrat “leaders” like Obama, Hillary, Pelosi and Reid are slow witted, mean-spirited, and narrow-minded sock puppets filled by the chubby hands of the leftist establishment.


Netanyahu’s Speech

Mar 9, 2015 — Bruce Walker

The address by the Prime Minister of Israel to a joint meeting of Congress may turn out to be one of the most pivotal speeches in the defense of Western Civilization in our lifetime.  The impact of his speech should be understood by its effect on different audiences.


The Left and Vested Employment

Mar 3, 2015 — Bruce Walker

Vast armies of people whose jobs are protected from market forces are a principal strength of Leftism.  States run by Leftists have teachers unions and other public employee unions draining the public treasury for pension plans and compensation packages which are “negotiated” by politicians who owe their office to public employee union support.


Conservatives and “Gaffes”

Feb 27, 2015 — Bruce Walker

Scott Walker has recently, according to the cognoscenti of leftism, committed a couple of “gaffes.”  A snarky British journalist asked Walker if he believed in evolution.  Walker could have answered by saying that Sir Fred Hoyle, who was Director of the Cambridge Institute of Astrophysics believed that evolution by natural selection was not only unlikely but virtually impossible, and noting that Hoyle, whose discovery of the process for the formation of heavy elements in stars was essential to any theory of carbon based life, was an agnostic.


A Conservative America

Feb 14, 2015 — Bruce Walker

Our nation needs a peaceful and constitutional conservative revolution.  We should take strength from this persistent fact in virtually all polling done by every major polling organization over the last twenty years:  conservatives dramatically outnumber liberals in America.


The Plutocratic Left

Jan 26, 2015 — Bruce Walker

The dull Leftist cant which oozed from Obama’s 2015 State of the Union makes clear its electoral strategy in 2016:  blame the misery of middle class on the higher incomes of those in better shape financially.  It is silly, of course.  It is sinful, of course.  But even worse, it is profoundly hypocritical.


How to Defeat Radical Islam

Jan 15, 2015 — Bruce Walker

How do we defeat radical Islam?  We better find out soon because the world today has an Islamic nuclear power (Pakistan) and it will soon have another (Iran) and if demographic trends continue yet another nuclear power will have a Moslem plurality soon enough (France.)  If we approach this strategic threat like we approached the Cold War, which we won without bloodshed, then there is a three-pronged approach that works.


Why Hillary Will Flop

Mar 6, 2014 — Bruce Walker

Beltway folk hold silly notions.  Hillary is deemed formidable and Republicans should hope she does not win the Democrat nomination in 2016.  I disagree.  Hillary is a weak candidate for president and if nominated, she will lose the general election.  Consider four aspects of a Hillary candidacy in the general election:  (1) foreign policy, (2) domestic policy, (3) candidate appeal.


Our Weimar Republic

Feb 27, 2014 — Bruce Walker

The horror of National Socialism is so profound and universally acknowledged that comparing our current political and social climate with the rise of the Nazis is sometimes too often and too easily made.  The radical left four decades ago observed that Hitler called for “Law and Order” just as conservatives were doing then.  Conservatives have noted that the rise of paganism in American culture and the deconstruction of moral values pushed by the left harkens back to another grim legacy of Nazism.


The Legacy of Pete Seeger

Feb 5, 2014 — Bruce Walker

How are we to think of Pete Seeger, who just died at a ripe old age?  The left, of course, lauds him as a man led astray in his youth but ever a friend of the working man.  Leftists either do not speak—or, more likely, simply do not know—of the salient part of his life, the period in which Seeger and other communists stood beside Hitler against the West.


The Communist Mandela

Dec 11, 2013 — Bruce Walker

Nelson Mandela was a Communist. Although most people think that is not important, it is the very essence of who he was.  He never denounced Communism.  He never apologized for embracing Communism.  He never exposed the soul-destroying nature of Communism.  In this Mandela was like Mugabe, the horrific Marxist leader of Zimbabwe, though he was not grossly evil like Mugabe.  Was Mandela a Communist because he needed Communism to end the Afrikaner white rule of South Africa?  No:  Communism was not needed to fight the very real racist legacy of European colonialism.


Ronald Reagan’s Lost Legacy

Nov 18, 2013 — Bruce Walker

Twenty-five years ago this November Americans elected the successor to our greatest president, Ronald Reagan.  George H. Bush won an easy election in November 1988.  He proceeded to purge many of Reagan’s best soldiers from the White House and notoriously pledged that he would institute “A kinder, gentler America.”  There was no sensible interpretation of that odd statement except that Bush perceived Reagan’s conservative policies had been, somehow, mean.


The Buck Passes Here

Nov 1, 2013 — Bruce Walker

The purpose of representative democracy is to assess the responsibility of government to particular individuals while allowing the people governed to have ultimate control over who those people are.  In most common form of representative democracies – parliamentary democracies – the national legislature can hire and fire the people who actually run the government.


Does Europe Need Monarchs?

Jul 25, 2013 — Bruce Walker

On the same day that Princess Kate gave birth of a new heir to the throne of Great Britain, Belgium received into office a new king, Philippe I, following the abdication of his aging father.  Do monarchies in Europe still serve any useful purpose?  Yes, and although we Americans have an aversion of kings which dates back to our Revolutionary War, the modern history of European monarchs shows how these kings and queens can help preserve their nations.