James Jeffrey

James Jeffrey is a freelance journalist and writer who splits his time between the US, the UK, and further afield, and writes for various international media. He previously served in Kosovo, Iraq and Afghanistan with the British Army. He is finishing a book about his army experiences and the challenges of leaving the military and adjusting to a strange new civilian world. Follow him on Twitter: @jrfjeffrey and at his website: www.jamesjeffreyjournalism.com

Joe Biden may be told he can no longer accept Holy Communion if he continues advocating for abortion

There’s only so much defilement you can take of the principles you fought to defend

When it comes to how to live a meaningful life, the late left-wing poet Stephen Spender and Jordan Peterson exhibit a surprising amount in common

Partaking of the delights of the capital city of Spain’s Andalusia increasingly feels too Aldous Huxley for comfort

The increasingly partisan ways of the New York Times is setting an agenda that UK media outlets like the BBC appear unable to resist

An apparent uptick in public interest about the British Army in Iraq includes a dramatic rendition of the Battle of Danny Boy and its aftermath

While sales of “1984” went through the roof this past year, Aldous Huxley’s dystopian vision is much more likely to come true than George Orwell’s

Many people may soon be facing a choice between civil disobedience and Covid-19 restrictions, for which the words of America’s iconic civil-rights leader remain boldly relevant

As America passed half a million deaths from Covid-19, the reaction was predictably unhelpful and sensational

The ability to train our malleable minds is both a blessing and a curse—as the grand social re-engineering experiment of Covid-19 lockdowns is revealing