Category Archives: society

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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Gender Is Voluntary, But Somehow Political Consent Is Not

The irreplaceable Tom Woods offers an excellent observation that dovetails well with my post yesterday concerning the validity of social contracts. Recall that as typically described by statists, social contracts are implicit agreements that you consent to with or without … Continue reading

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When Social Contracts Are Valid

We libertarians are often fond of mocking those who flaunt “social contracts” to justify state-enforced rules, laws, regulations, and policies. This is usually followed by the equally popular, “if you don’t like America, you can get out!” Suffice to say, … Continue reading

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Enemy In The Gates

The enemy are within the city because the city had already fallen to decadence and depravity. Continue reading

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Low Trust Vs. High Trust Community

I recently moved and can offer a very descriptive side by side comparison of what it is like to live in a low trust community and a high trust neighborhood. The issue of social trust is one libertarians tend to ignore, … Continue reading

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Leftist Solipsism

Listen, if you dare. In a recent essay I discussed the dualistic political strategy the Left employs. Today, I want to discuss leftist solipsism and how it explains their incapacity to see the irony in their opposition to men such … Continue reading

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Political Dualism

In recent years, many writers have focused on what impacts, influences, or shapes a person’s political views. Anonymous Conservative has championed the theory that conservatives and liberals evolved through an R-select or K-select reproductive strategy. I want to explore something … Continue reading

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