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

Kuleana de Hawai’i ad ipsum 2

Kuleana de Hawai’i ad ipsum

Welcome to Stares at the World, where we can screw up grammar in three languages at a time. As I’m sure you all know I recently did a couple of interviews with Danny de Gracia, a politician/journalist/literary critic & chef from the State of Hawaii; he’s my second data-point that there’s a new wave of politicians coming, a group of Gen-X/Millennial Men with the shrewdness needed to rule, and the integrity to rule well. But this post isn’t about him; it’s about Hawaii. Speaking with him got me curious, so during a slow moment at work I decided to do...

Update, and Interview Part II 1

Update, and Interview Part II

I’d like to tell you folks a little bit about what’s been going on, especially with all these Man’o’sphere sites dropping like flies, but first my second interview with Danny de Gracia II; the first one went so well, we figured a longer version was due. Posting’s been a bit sparse, what with launching the novel and everything, but I plan to amend that; and I figured I’d make the commitment publicly so that I don’t have any excuses. Henceforth I will be writing two articles per week, Monday night and Thursday night, as well as a YouTube video on...

Interview at the Washington Times 4

Interview at the Washington Times

Danny de Gracia, a columnist with the Washington Times, was good enough to pick up a copy of my novel, finish it in two days, and then contact me about doing an interview.  We talked about the apocalypse, generational theory, and  – of course – motorcycles.  Go check it out here.

The Screws are Coming Out 1

The Screws are Coming Out

Now I’m sure you all know about Aaron Clarey‘s war on Higher Edumacation; that if you haven’t read, you’ve at least read about his book Worthless; and that you understand how messed up college is nowadays. Well, it gets even worse. Aaron’s already written about a lot of the problems; about how a degree in transgendered turtle studies doesn’t allow you to build the stuff people actually want (forcing us to hire the Chinese, Japanese, and Indians to do all of this, while we produce…).  About how the levels of debt created by these faux-educations are going to wind up...

Novel Q&A 4

Novel Q&A

Feel free to leave comments here, or on the youtube video. Hoping you folks have some good questions for me about the book, so that I can answer them. Review: I think some of you will really like his blog; poke around a bit, and see if it makes sense to you. Facebook & Amazon links: The Last Centurion by John Ringo (Baen Free Library):

Agenda: Grinding America Down 9

Agenda: Grinding America Down

Let’s start with an excellent post from the Captain.  Anti-feminism is not about hating women; none of these controversial ideas we discuss in the alt-right are about hating anyone; it’s about saving our bloody civilization.  And let’s get one thing absolutely clear: these aren’t the accidental side-effects of “good hearted, but misguided” policies.  These are deliberate attacks by a small group of intellectuals who want to bring down the West.  These people have names; they’ve been perfectly explicit in their goals; they know what they’re doing, and they’ve written down both How and Why they’re doing it.  This isn’t a...

Announcing my first novel, As I Walk These Broken Roads 3

Announcing my first novel, As I Walk These Broken Roads

Yeah, that’s it over there on the sidebar. -> As I Walk These Broken Roads is a post-apocalyptic science fiction novel about a soldier and a mechanic teaming up to try and survive in a degenerated world; a world that’s stopped moving forward, a world where the old tech is allowed to rust away over the years. It explores the ideas of brotherhood, social evolution, epistemology, and the nature of violence. This book was my first foray into fictional writing, started some six-or-seven years ago.  It saw its genesis on the Tucker Max Message Board, where I had my ass...

Top Economist Blogs: Congrats to the Captain 1

Top Economist Blogs: Congrats to the Captain

EconomicsDegree.Net – Guide to 110+ Accredited Economics Degrees – recently elected Captain Capitalism as one of the top 100 economics bloggers.  Congrats, I say; it’s well deserved. As many of you know already, I’m a huge fan of the Captain’s content.  There’s his book Worthless, a wonderful contribution to the young of today which might just save their economic futures.  There’s his deep-posts full of charty-goodness, often confirming his earlier off-the-cuff predictions.  But my favourite thing about him?  His basic, “Econ 101” posts; not only are they entertaining for the seasoned social critic, not only are they approachable for the...

The Way of Men by Jack Donovan – Book Review 8

The Way of Men by Jack Donovan – Book Review

Back in the early days of the Internet, before Web 2.0, before the Androsphere, back when blogging was a dirty word, there was the Tucker Max Message Board.  A nascent collection of Manly Men and ne’er do wells, with authors such as PhilaLawyer and Robert Greene, a large contingent of military men, a brilliant writers’ forum, Tucker’s writings on proto-game, and, of course, Yours Truly.  The conversations on the Idiot Board (the TMMB’s /b/) were as hilarious as they were insightful (it’s where I first heard of Roissy), and it was an exciting place to be. There we were, a...