Tag Archives: social justice
Aaron Clarey over at Captain Capitalism offers a very thorough analysis of the SJW virtue-signalling crap coming out of Corporate American today and the reason why: you need only look at the people running the companies. Howard Hughes and Thomas … Continue reading →
The Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism recently completed a report on the Rolling Stone article “A Rape on Campus,” which recounted an alleged gang rape that happened at the Phi Kappa Psi frat house at the University of Virginia. … Continue reading →
Captain Capitalism recently posted a video in which he expresses his frustration over negative responses to his new book “The Black Man’s Guide Out of Poverty,” mainly that they call him “racist.”
There’s not much to be said about the shooting of this homeless black man by the Los Angles Police Department that hasn’t been said before. It is nothing new. According to Photography Is Not A Crime, the man is the 181st … Continue reading →
In anticipation of any future arguments concerning “privilege” as defined by social justice warriors, I submit to them these questions to answer before there is any further discussion on the matter.
The statism religion is like any false ideology. Because it is a lie that contradicts reality and the natural order of things, it needs superstitions to not only explain that which it doesn’t understand, but justify its control and use of violence to … Continue reading →
Ebenezer Scrooge in A Christmas Carol is an extremely well known fictional character, and one people often like to use as the stereotype of corrupt businessmen who steal from people in order to enrich themselves. Yet, even as a child, … Continue reading →