Unused Mother Jones interview: How important is anti-democracy to neoreaction and the altright?

Unused Mother Jones interview: How important is anti-democracy to neoreaction and the altright?

On March 22cnd I was forwarded an interview request from Josh Harkinson (email him: jharkinson@motherjones.com ) by Tor Westman, editor at the publisher who released my book Smart and Sexy. Josh Harkinson covers neoreaction and the alt-right for leftist e-toilet paper site Mother Jones. His most recent article was about…

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Democracy naturally delegitimizes itself

Democracy naturally delegitimizes itself

From Altright.com: New analysis by the independent think tank Just Facts found that as many as 5.7 million non-citizens may have voted in the 2008 election. Now that’s what I call hacking an election!   The new analysis looked again at data from a Harvard/YouGov study conducted in the wake of…

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Peter Thiel on the foolishness of the current education system

Peter Thiel on the foolishness of the current education system

In my last post I wrote about women making back decisions with respect to education thanks to a report on student debt differences between men and women. However, it is also not the best deal for men either, even if they tend to get more valuable degrees on average. Gaining…

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Women and the University

Women and the University

An article recently came out lamenting that a larger number of women were incurring student loan debt and that debt was larger per capita among women than men. It is based on a report (click this, the graphs are worth looking at) by the “American Association of University Women.”  Certainly this…

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Katy Perry and Pizzagate

Katy Perry and Pizzagate

WM Briggs recently put out a post in which he describes a new spirit cooking inspired video by Katy Perry called bon appetite. The video itself is quite disturbing and involves cooking and cutting people up to be eaten. Read Briggs’ post for a detailed description. Or watch it at the…

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When it rains it pours

When it rains it pours

Recently I wrote a post on pirates in which I discussed a historian who explained his experience in reading contemporary “academic” writings on the history of pirates. Quite unsurprisingly, leftists have been attempting to rewrite history in order to make pirates into race-mixing homosexuals. Contemporary historians have tended to use…

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Trump panders to feminists

Trump panders to feminists

Trump signs two laws which create programs promoting STEM disciplines to girls. “It’s not fair and it’s not even smart,” Trump said of the low percentage of women with STEM degrees who actually work in the field. About a quarter of the women with STEM degrees work in the field.…

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Anarcho-capitalism and the alt-right

Anarcho-capitalism and the alt-right

I noticed I was getting a few hits from the /r/anarcho_capitalism sub-reddit and stumbled on an interesting post by /u/chewingofthecud trying to compare and contrast An-caps to the alt-right. Overall it was a pretty interesting discussion. You can read it all here. This is otherwise hard to explain because according…

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Happy heuristic for the holidays [Polarity Shift #1]

Happy heuristic for the holidays [Polarity Shift #1]

A good heuristic for deciding how much to trust a claim about some group of humans is to exchange the groups (say with a find:replace command in word) with other groups and see if the change would result in a large swing in public perception. A large change in the…

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115 lb female “Fire Fighter”

115 lb female “Fire Fighter”

  There was a reddit thread in /r/fitness in which a 115 lb woman somehow qualified to undergo fire fighter training. Here is her original post(archive): Hey Reddit!   So I accomplished a huge dream and kicked ass at my PAT today for fire school. I’m pretty short at 5’2…

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Stripping Charity of Virtue

Stripping Charity of Virtue

In the recent past I have been thinking somewhat on what might be called spiritual virtuousness. Perhaps that isn’t the best description, but it most closely approximates what I am trying to convey. At the heart of the matter is the question of what is the True good and the…

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Shitposting in real-life: Heckling the hecklers

Shitposting in real-life: Heckling the hecklers

Richard Spencer gave a speech at Texas A&M university yesterday, which I am sure many of you have heard about. I live within several hours of A&M so it was a good opportunity for me to both see Spencer and a Shitlib rally in real life. I invited Brett Stevens…

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Choosing sides

Choosing sides

Recently, BuzzFeed attempted to generate a fake scandal about a home improvement television show. (Which also happens to be my mom’s favorite show, which we will come back to later). Basically, Joanna and Chip Gaines are a couple who fix up crappy houses for clients. They are believing Christians and…

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Trump Wins the White House

Trump Wins the White House

I have been preoccupied with other matters for a while, and that probably won’t change in the immediate future, but I thought I would take a break from my recent absence to comment on the Trump victory. There is a lot of good feelz out there in reactionary circles about…

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A particularly heinous crime, and how you can avoid a similar fate

A particularly heinous crime, and how you can avoid a similar fate

Being a good Samaritan only makes sense in high trust societies. And the only societies capable of supporting that high level of trust are those composed primarily of ethnic Europeans. Asians may have this to some degree as well, although I don’t think they reach a level anywhere close to…

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