Monthly Archives: April 2014

Land of the Fat and Home of the Busts: Baby Boomers and Economic Malaise

I’m fully aware that bashing Baby Boomers is hardly original. Various people from George Carlin to former Clinton aide Paul Begala have excoriated that vile abomination of a generation (sorry Robert Lindsay). However, I’m not going to write this post to … Continue reading

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The way of the worker

“Cursed is the ground because of you; through painful toil you will eat food from it all the days of your life.” (Genesis 3:17-19) My mother once told me that no matter where one lived in the world (whether in … Continue reading

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The Folly of Exporting Liberalism: A Humble Appeal to End the White Man’s Burden

Veteran readers likely recall Dota’s excellent article on the folly of exporting democracy to the non-white world. I’m going to expand on that sentiment and suggest that the white West is also foolish to export liberalism to countries with entrenched … Continue reading

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Feminism’s corporate benefactors

“There’s something wrong with the world today, I don’t know what it is There’s something wrong with our eyes” (Aerosmith, Living on the edge)   One of the most pervasive myths ever promulgated is that feminism began as a grass … Continue reading

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The Donors Behind Cultural Crimes: Why the Alternative Right Should Embrace Political Independence

I have written before about the toxic role that corporations have played in polluting our culture and society. However, corporate malfeasance wouldn’t be so deleterious if our elected officials exercised more autonomy and were capable of tempering their influence. Alas, … Continue reading

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Feminism and anti-patriotism part 2: A few thoughts on internationalism

Some time ago, commenter Acartia and I were debating the totalitarian character of pro gay bill 13 in Ontario. I had pointed out how a gay straight alliance club in the US was promoting homosexual sex in a graphic manner … Continue reading

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Render Unto Cesar: Lessons From “Cesar Chavez”

A couple of days ago I saw the film Cesar Chavez. As expected, the hagiographic film about the legendary Latino labor activist who organized exploited farm workers and promoted the boycott of grapes depicted Chavez as a borderline saint. Aside from his … Continue reading

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