Paul du Quenoy

Paul du Quenoy is a private investor and critic. He holds a PhD in History from Georgetown University.

Paul du Quenoy learns how this enclave for the American elite shifted from swamp to swank in Russell Kelley’s: An Illustrated History of Palm Beach

Is the Democratic Party under Joe Biden becoming the party of banning books?

The message of a resounding speech to the Conservative Political Action Conference on 28 February was clear: Trump is back and here to stay

The Muppet Show’s widened appeal has become Disney’s Achilles’ heel as the puppet show becomes the latest victim of cancel culture

The idea of Trump running for Congressional office may sound unconventional, but the former president has never been one to toe the line

The cancellation of Gina Carano proves that freedom of expression in Hollywood is increasingly under threat

Roger Scruton’s appreciation of Richard Wagner will remain an important and inexhaustible part of his legacy

Trump’s home in Florida shows no sign of becoming a quiet retirement retreat as Palm Beach looks set to become the Republican Party’s ideological headquarters

Paul du Quenoy offers an appreciation of the late scholar and free speech advocate James R. Flynn

Paul du Quenoy argues that Democrats are unlikely to achieve their dream of removing their most dangerous rival from contention in 2024