Category Archives: cultural marxism

Why I Haven’t Shut Down This Blog

I’m in a blunt mood, so bear with me. After Charlottesville, I was “this” close to shutting down this blog. I wanted to close it and pretty much never discuss politics again and focus on other personal endeavors. It’s not … Continue reading

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“Nazi” Is The New “Outlaw”

Under English common law, a man who was declared an outlaw had no rights. The pronouncement caput gerat lupinum – “may he wear a wolfish head” – meant he was to be treated like a wolf in the wild. They … Continue reading

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Virtue-Signalers And Pearl-Clutchers

I have a lot of thoughts about what happened last weekend. Honestly, I’m still processing it all. When I know what I want to say, I’ll say it. In the meantime, this best describes the behavior of majority of people on … Continue reading

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Family And God Vs. The Mentally Ill

Mises Institute President Jeff Deist took a bit of a shellacking this week from fake libertarians who  smeared him as a National Socialist over his use of the phrase “blood and soil” in a fantastic speech. It seems the idea … Continue reading

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What Ann Coulter’s Canceled Speech Tells Us

Ann Coulter was scheduled to give a speech at Berkeley, but had to cancel at the last minute shortly after the Young America’s Foundation (YAF) yanked their support due to overwhelming threats of violence from leftists and a lack of … Continue reading

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The Cult Of Imperium

In Pleasantville: Libertarianism and the Cult of Liber, author Ehud Would at Faith and Heritage commits a slew of inaccuracies in attempting to refute libertarianism. I really tire of having to point out that Ayn Rand was not a libertarian … Continue reading

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A Libertarian Take On The 16 Points Of The Alt. Right

A libertarian analysis of Vox Day’s 16 Points Of The Alt. Right. Continue reading

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