Wright and Milo

Milo Yiannopoulos asked me to contribute a biweekly column to his website. My pay depends on the ad revenue, so I will humbly ask, indeed, implore my beloved readers to visit the column and the site, and to hire a Macedonian data farm to visit the column an excessive number of times per day to drive up click through number.

The Milo company describes itself as “dedicated to leading the battle for the soul of western civilization by harnessing Milo’s unique blend of laughter and war.”

I am happy to join in the effort of laughter and war. My first column is about my favorite holiday, Thanksgiving, for which I give thanks.


Thanksgiving, it turns out, gets less attention each year. It is being shouldered aside. The Pilgrims in their brass-buckle hats and broadcloth coats, womenfolk in bonnets, and friendly Indians appear in fewer places each year, and pumpkin pies grow smaller.

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