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You Never Live Once

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The other day, as I was wandering through an IKEA store as family members were finishing up shopping, I saw a young white woman with a striking T-shirt. She wasn’t overtly pretty, nor was she ugly. She wasn’t skinny and she wasn’t fat. But during the five or six seconds we shared in the same section of the store, I could determine a few things about her. Read more …

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Only the Brave

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Joseph Kosinski’s primeval masterpiece Only the Brave made me think of a lot of things. It’s based on the true story of the Granite Mountain Hotshots, a team of Arizona firefighters dedicated to battling the raging wildfires which quite often threaten civilization in the American West. So the intricacies and nuances of firefighting occupied my mind for a while. But what stuck with me the most in the days after watching the film was being reminded of a great passage in Gates of Fire, Steven Pressfield’s magnificent novel of Thermopylae. Read more …

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Go Back to Where You Came From

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On October 25th, Tucker Carlson invited onto his program Jewish author Sasha Polakow-Suransky to discuss the main thrust of his latest book Go Back to Where You Came From: The Backlash Against Immigration and the Fate of Western Democracy. And, you guessed it, its thrust was aimed against the Right, in particular, against White Nationalists and the anti-immigration Right.  Read more …

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Why I Write for Counter-Currents

Edward Hopper, Office in a Small City, 1953

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If I ever get doxxed, I have prepared a simple explanation for why I write for Counter-Currents which I will share with family members, friends, colleagues, employers, neighbors, and anyone else who’ll listen:

I do not want to be a minority in my own country. Read more …

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Kurt Schlichter’s People’s Republic

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Kurt Schlichter
People’s Republic
CreateSpace, 2016

I’m reviewing this book not because I think it’s an important one for the Dissident Right, but because knowing about it will be instructive. Kurt Schlichter’s People’s Republic is, in essence, a cowardly novel masquerading as a brave one. Yet, compared to the state of popular literature in the West, it’s still pretty brave. Read more …

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Mozart Won’t Make You Smart
(But Rap Will Make You Dumb)

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After listening to Greg Johnson’s recent conversation with Rob Kievsky entitled “Leveraging Social Decline,” in particular, the part of it in which they discuss parenting, I (being a parent) felt the need to weigh in. Around the 47-minute mark, the two got into a friendly dispute over the best way to be a parent. In reality, I think both were presenting sides that seemed antithetical but really weren’t because they were each addressing different problems with their arguments.  Read more …

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The Limits of Democratization: A Review

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Tatu Vanhanen
The Limits of Democratization: Climate, Intelligence, and Resource Distribution
Augusta, Georgia: Washington Summit Publishers, 2009

It is said that some writers prefer having written over the act of writing itself. Similarly, there are some books which I prefer having read over the act of actually reading them. Read more …

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On Noticing

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“Political correctness is a war against noticing.”

I was reminded of this famous Steve Sailer quote when I was perusing the Ace of Spades for news as I always do. In the September 29th Morning Report, co-blogger J. J. Sefton makes his list of “Heroes and Zeroes” for the week. He says it was a pretty good week for America, Read more …

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On Chauvinism

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Is racial chauvinism essential to any ethnocentric movement? Until recently, I would have considered such a question perfectly trivial, the answer being, “Yes, of course.” Read more …

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Against Hope:
On Adam Carolla & the Jock Right

Adam Carolla

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After hearing a recent rant by Adam Carolla – the one about how Los Angeles is turning into Mexico – I feel the need to address what I call the “Jock Right.” As we all know, people tend to cluster into ideological niches, and the Right is no different than any other collective body that shares broad goals. There’s the Alt Lite, the Gun Right, Men Going Their Own Way, the manosphere, white advocates, Read more …

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