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Book Review: ‘Please Stop Helping Us’ by Jason L. Riley

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An important book to read for anyone concerned with the current day racial uncertainty. Read More »

Book Review: The KinderGarden of Eden: How the Modern Liberal Thinks by Evan Sayet

The KinderGarden of Eden is a valuable addition to the pantheon of those formerly left getting to grips to what their former fellow travelers have become. Read More »

Hobbes and Locke Revisited, A Postscript

It is thus that modern day liberalism, has long since acquired the distinct flavor of being a knee-jerk reaction, nothing more. Read More »

Hobbes and Locke Revisited: The Foundations of the Modern Liberal State, Conclusion

The failure of liberalism lies in its intricate connection to the affairs of the state: as the state goes, so goes liberalism. Read More »

Hobbes and Locke Revisited: The Foundations of the Modern Liberal State, Part XVII

It’s become necessary to start viewing conservatism and liberalism as two sides of the same tarnished coin so as to be able to discard the entire paradigm and reinvent a new one. Read More »

Book Review: Pity The Billionaire: The Hard Times Swindle and the Unlikely Comeback of the Right by Thomas Frank

Just what happened to the United States economy to bring about the Great Recession, and who did it? Read More »

Swing Left, Turn Right, and Aim Dead Center: A Look at the Political Spectrum As We Know It

What is right? Left? How about that mushy center ground? A realist's look at all three. Read More »

Community Organizer’s Toolkit, An Adjunct To Mao’s Little Redbook (Part II)

Altruism is an alternative to competition as the all-definitive, if not vulgar, expression of the evolutionary principle. The question is, how can we put it to work? Read More »

Book Review: The Secret Knowledge: On the Dismantling of American Culture by David Mamet

The heart of this book has been enlarged through what is most succinctly defined as a political transformation. The spirit that emerges is patriotism. Read More »

David Mamet Converts

Mamet rejects liberalism and adopts the Right's agenda. How will this affect his art? Read More »