Monthly Archives: December 2017

Political Warfare

As some of you may know, I don’t actually discuss politics much in real life, for a variety of reasons. However, there are several friends of mine who are aware of my writing here and ask me from time to … Continue reading

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Missing The Moral Of Christmas Films

One of the aspects of libertarianism that I have a love-hate relationship with is the predilection among its adherents to be contrarian – that is, to behave in a way that is opposite from the majority for the sake of … Continue reading

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How The Last Jedi Celebrates Loserdom

I have long refused to watch new Star Wars films, especially in theaters, ever since I found myself viewing Phantom Menace in 3-D roughly five years ago. I have worked hard to avoid entertainment that pushes values and beliefs contrary … Continue reading

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Why I’m Not Investing In Bitcoin

I’m going to assume the reader knows enough about Bitcoin that I don’t need to go into the basic facts around the cryptocurrency. Others have already done, and the worldwide media attention should make even the most ignorant normie sufficiently … Continue reading

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Why I Miss William Norman Grigg

It’s been less than a year since the death of William Norman Grigg, the fastidious investigative writer documenting law enforcement corruption and abuse. I don’t have a lot to say on top of what I wrote then, other than the … Continue reading

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Expel The Tradthot Among You!

This week Roosh V did the Dissident Right a huge service by initiating the Tradthot War of 2017 against a host of laydees who hopped onto the Alt. Right bandwagon once they realized there was, like the libertarian movement, a … Continue reading

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Everything Or Nothing

I have long thought about writing this post. A part of what restrained me was that I couldn’t find an appropriate topic or news event to demonstrate my point. At this point, I don’t think that’s necessary. I see online … Continue reading

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