Make no mistake: this election is about Globalism Vs Nationalism, and if the Globalist Hillary wins the nomination, then we’ll never see another candidate like Trump.
My Collected Writings on politics, science fiction, theology, and women.
John C. Wright—the full-time science fiction author and part-time theologian—once noted that heresies often come in pairs. His focus was on church heresies of the first millennium, but it is no less true today. For every foolish idea, there almost always arises an equal and opposite form of foolishness, and despite their apparent opposition they ultimately wind up working together to oppose the truth.
I just got finished listening to Hillary’s speech, and my observations can be boiled down to three points.
My written review of Roosh’s latest book about the Battle of Canada.
Finally; a return to protectionist, America First, politics.
Toxicity is in the dosage. When children see this it becomes the new normal.
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.
Thirst is the dialectic of addiction, of marketing, it’s a trap that keeps you living in a false reality, that will ultimately turn you into nothing more than another pod person.
Tombstone is not only an amazing film in its own right, combining 1990s technology with the “Big Hollywood” Style of the 60s and 70s, it’s a summation of one of America’s most enduring myths: the Wild West which healed the wounds from the Civil War.