Monthly Archives: February 2015

No Two Feminists Are Alike

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Capitalism, Consumerism, and Innovation

Is consumerism Capitalism’s dead end? The words are often used interchangeably in day to day use and so I wouldn’t be surprised if that was the common man’s perception. However this was not always the case. Capitalism began as the … Continue reading

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What Is The Point Of Hate Crimes Legislation?

I’ve never been a fan of hate crimes legislature and now is just as good a time as any to question their rationale and utility. Three Arabs were shot dead recently, murdered execution style, and the media is all over … Continue reading

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The Importance Of Business Ethics

It has often been said that a society’s level of civilization can be gauged in three places: it’s prisons, it’s toilets, and it’s roads. If a society possesses a high trust culture which emphasizes justice and consideration, one would visibly … Continue reading

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The Far Left Has No Clothes

As much as I disdain the editorial page of Al Jazeera America, they remain the leftist gift that keeps on giving. For the most part, adherents of far left ideology are able to cloak their pernicious views with lofty rhetoric about … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Marxism, Race, Racism, Subversion, Western Values, White nationalism, Wimpy Whites | Tagged , , | 4 Comments

My latest essay on Return of Kings

Here. Enjoy. Feedback and comments are always welcome.

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The future of western values

This post is going be rather short since my objective here is to stimulate debate rather than provide analysis. The late American philosopher Arthur Danto rejected Hume’s fact/value dichotomy by persuasively arguing that a society’s morals beliefs were indeed predicated … Continue reading

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Robert Stark interviews me

Here. We chat about some of the articles I’ve published over the past year. Topics include: The Importance Of Being Tolerable: Thoughts On The Shooting in France and Multicultural Stupidity Muslims, Muslim Immigration, and why it’s a mistake to make Islam … Continue reading

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