Monthly Archives: October 2016

I’m Now on Gab

If you’re on Gab or interested at some point, follow me at The_Question. Since Twitter is hell-bent on censoring itself into financial insolvency, I might as well ignore it in favor of pro-free speech social media outlets. Advertisements

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Don’t Let Your Enemy Raise Your Kids

An Oklahoma high school student recorded their teacher saying the following: “To be white is to be racist, period. Am I racist? I say yea. I don’t want to be. It’s not like choose to be racist, but do I do things because … Continue reading

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Secure Borders Are Like Gated Communities

My dream is a hemispheric common market, with open trade and open borders. – Hillary Clinton in a May 16, 2013 speech to Banco Itau, a Brazilian bank. Why would a globalist like Hillary Clinton share this position, if the … Continue reading

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Why This Libertarian Believes We Will Never Abolish the State

I’m discussing this in my upcoming ebook (God knows when I’ll finish it) but a recent spat within the “liberty movement” compelled me to bring it up here first. When a person begins their journey as a libertarian and internalizing the … Continue reading

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When Every Knee Shall Bow

I wanted to avoid commenting on the whole Colin Kaepernick kneeling during the national anthem controversy when it first blew up. It became quickly obvious the debate was riddled with common tropes that I’ve discussed here more times than I … Continue reading

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The Wiglaf Question

The ancient Anglo-Saxon poem Beowulf concludes with the young thegn (thane) Wiglaf as the last of the titular hero’s surviving relatives. Mourning Beowulf’s death by a dragon, Wiglaf envisions a dark future for their people. He knows that news of … Continue reading

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