I just got finished listening to Hillary’s speech, and my observations can be boiled down to three points.
My Collected Writings on politics, science fiction, theology, and women.
Finally; a return to protectionist, America First, politics.
Gene Roddenberry’s Star Trek was as much of a statement of its time as it was a look towards the future. By taking a cynical (and comedic) look at the relationship troubles of the main characters of the series, we can learn a thing or two about how the present day dating market developed.
‘Etiology’ is one of those five dollar words that bundles together a number of important concepts, and it’s part of the conceptual core of the sort of arguments I’m making lately about chronic dysfunction in the modern world; both individually, and on a societal level.
First off, thank you to all of the new backers! Make sure you’ve signed up for the mailing list so that I can keep in touch with you regarding the voting and podcasts: http://www.staresattheworld.com/patreon-backer-page/ As you may have noticed, I’ve been running a bit behind; between a shakeup in my living situation, and the ongoing trouble from YouTube, my content production has been falling behind. Episode 2 of In Depth Analysis will be “The Broken Love Lives of Star Trek the Next Generation”; I’m cleaning up the facts/names on the script tonight, and then it’s just a matter of recording...
There’s nothing I love more than getting hate from the left. They say you can judge a man by his enemies, and in my case they’re a bunch of sneaky ethno-masochists who desperately cling to whatever ideologies are deemed fashionable at the moment. Five years ago they were upset by my “sexism”, but now that anti-feminism has become fashionable they’re scrabbling to find something – anything! – else to use as an excuse. Haters gonna hate, after all. But what I find interesting is the sheer volume of hatred I inspire; in the grand scheme of things I’m a small...