Monthly Archives: September 2014

Restoring a Higher Order

A few days ago, I wrote a piece that seemed to be pining for a post-apocalyptic Mad Max-esque scenario in order to build a new society. It’s true I wrote about the upcoming collapse and believe its time is coming … Continue reading

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Rothbardianism Hijacked

Murray Rothbard is easily considered one of, if not, the most influential thinker when it comes to libertarianism (Rothbardianism). You could consider him the founding father of anarcho-capitalism and the modern libertarian movement in the United States. During my Ron … Continue reading

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Recently, Ezekiel Emanuel, Director of the Clinical Bioethics Dept at the NIH, wrote an article in The Atlantic titled Why I Hope to Die at 75. Reassuring words from one of the chief architects behind our healthcare system. In this … Continue reading

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Red State Paradise

I had the pleasure recently of attending the Indianapolis 500 this past Memorial Day weekend with some friends. It was a fun day in the ‘pit’ as they call it (the field in the middle of the race track). We … Continue reading

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The Manosphere Preserves Masculinity

Recently, an article was penned by Fredrik deBoer titled “destroy traditional masculinity.” In this piece, deBoer speaks of his reaction to the Elliot Rodger Retribution video he posted before committing his mass murder. Whether we like it or not, the … Continue reading

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Is Soraya Nadia McDonald Guilty of Journalistic Fraud?

Recently, Soraya Nadia McDonald of the Washington Post wrote an article coming to the defense of gaming vlogger Anita Sarkeesian after she had received anonymous death threats over Twitter on August 26th, 2014. Sarkeesian, as seen below, claims to have contacted … Continue reading

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Red Pill Alienation

So I have recently been waking up in the early hours of the morning and taking an hour long walk where I listen to podcasts.  During these walks I often ponder about the world around me as I walk into … Continue reading

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