Monthly Archives: November 2015

Cognitive Dissonance and Autism

In an article titled “Manhood in the Bargain,” Butch Leghorn writes about the same self-hating “man” I did a while back. He also made an interesting remark I thought worth elaborating on (bold emphasis mine). Often in debate, men will attempt … Continue reading

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The End of the Liberty Movement (For Me)

This is the first part in a two-series I’m putting out articulating a new direction for my writing, either at this blog or on another site. I’m at an interesting point in life right now. At the moment I am … Continue reading

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Ron Paul on Syrian Refugees

Great minds think alike, it seems. Or just Ron Paul yet again is the voice of reason on a topic that has clouded the judgment of so many. The American people have been forced to pay untold millions for a … Continue reading

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The Battle Hymn of the Dissident

Christopher Cantwell apparently has decided to try making songs of his own concerning our current political woes.  I share the frustration. Clearly, a solution is needed. In that spirit, here is another one of mine, written to the tune of Irish Rebel … Continue reading

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Diversity Doesn’t Care About Free Speech

Courtesy of (emphasis added). Earlier this week, the student activist group, chaired by three black students, was successful in urging the Student Executive Committee to sack three white student leaders on the Student Senate who they said did not “stand … Continue reading

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Their Stupidity Was Their Downfall

Gavin McInnes’ latest column at Taki Magazine needs to be read to be believed. Not what he says, but what is said to him by people in Paris. Here’s a subtlety lost on many: There’s a difference between not committing … Continue reading

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The Parable of the Good Social Justice Warrior

Gather ’round, children, and let me tell you a story. First, let me recount the parable of the Good Samaritan from the Bible (emphasis added). “A man was going down from Jerusalem to Jericho, when he was attacked by robbers. They … Continue reading

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