My Collected Writings on politics, science fiction, theology, and women.

Known Unknowns, and Unknown Unknowns 11

Known Unknowns, and Unknown Unknowns

I’m hesitant to write about the Mark Minter situation; this whole thing is taking on shades of celebrity/hero worship, and as a general rule I try not to target individuals with my writing.  I’ll target their arguments, certainly, and I’ll attack groups of people, whether they be ideologues or mentalities, but focusing the eternal laser-light of the Internet on an individual is a cowardly bullying tactic, employed by the anonymous. And yet, I recently wrote a scathing take-down of Kezia Willingham; what makes this the exception that proves the rule? Simple: she chose to make her private life the argument...

The Insanity of a Hamster-Run Mind 10

The Insanity of a Hamster-Run Mind

Hat-tip to CappyCap; he found yet another example of feminist insanity and delusion in a recent post on XOJane.  Yet again, we have a woman who mistakes “living on welfare” for “being an independent woman,” but the fun doesn’t end there!  Join me as we journey through her memoir, and I point out each obvious mistake she’s made in her life, and yet refuses to acknowledge, leaving one with the conclusion that her life would be VERY easy to fix – if she weren’t batshit insane. I was a single mom for 10 long years. During that decade I relied...

The Power of the Shield 4

The Power of the Shield

It’s hard being a cop these days. Part of me wants to be sympathetic.  The Boys in Blue are expected to uphold Law and Order in a society that celebrates License and Orgy.  On the one side, they’ve got the journalistic classes and the fattened masses, cowards and malcontents, who are utterly incapable of judging their actions.  On the other, they have the Untermenschen, those half-tamed barbarians, egged on by debauched culture and lobbyists, who speak nothing but the language of violence. If the media starts yelling about “Excessive force,” it’s dollars-to-donuts that some degenerate was refusing to comply. But...

What if They Had a Race War and Nobody Showed Up? 3

What if They Had a Race War and Nobody Showed Up?

Or: You Can’t Simmer the Zimmer So far, there’ve been very few race riots over the Zimmerman Acquittal.  My thoughts on the matter in this short, thirty minute video. Note: the camera cut out ten seconds before I finished, but you’re not missing anything. Direct Link “Worthless” Audiobook, by Aaron Clarey & voicced by Davis M.J. Aurini YouTbe to MP3 A Scared Liberal ͼ-Ѻ-ͽ My novel My Twitter

Being a Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing 9

Being a Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing

The Slaying of Saint Skittles fiasco is heating up again, with a bevy of new reports coming out as the Zimmerman trial goes underway.  As a response, Sturges over at Apocalypse Cometh has taken it upon himself to write a series of posts about the legal ins-and-outs of self defense. Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, and more to come. He speaks as a man with experience in such matters, and given the vast quantities of Red Blood present in my readership, you’d all be doing yourselves a disservice if you didn’t read his thoughts on the matter. As for...

Sunday Funday: Italianface Minstrel Comedy 4

Sunday Funday: Italianface Minstrel Comedy

Many people these days are confused about where to draw the line between comedy and racism.  Allow me to adjust your misinformation. The following video about the number 24 is hilarious: While the following video about the number 28 is racist: H/T That should help clarify things.   ͼ-Ѻ-ͽ My novel My Twitter

Dancing in the Rain and Honour Killings 7

Dancing in the Rain and Honour Killings

Bill Whittle, from PJTV, speaking about Inconvenient Truths: Not to be pedantic, but I have a bone to pick with what Scott Ott (the first speaker, after Bill Whittle) says in this video.  Quote: …because I know that’s what happened over the years and the centuries in the Christian church, that the extreme elements were preached against, were outcast, were shunned- This is not an attack on Mr Ott (whom I’m sure I agree with on most things), but rather this sentiment I hear again and again – that Islam is Christianity from 1000 AD, that Islam needs its own...

Advice From an Old Man 2

Advice From an Old Man

Of the many things lost during the Cultural Revolution of the 60s, one which stands out to me the most is the dearth of colloquial “old man” wisdom which used to prevail.  Call it the cult of immaturity – Baby Boomers worship childishness, and being mature and “set in your ways” is viewed as a failure, rather than as having a solid foundation upon which to build a life.  We have a culture of material optimism, and spiritual pessimism – “One person can’t change the world – and stop being so negative, pointing out all the flaws with my plan!”...