A review of “A Fair Hearing: The alt-right in the words of its members and leaders” from Arktos Media

A review of “A Fair Hearing: The alt-right in the words of its members and leaders” from Arktos Media

A Fair Hearing: The Alt-Right in the Words of Its Members and Leaders. Edited by George T. Shaw and Daniel Friberg. Arktos Media Ltd. May 9, 2018. A Fair Hearing is an anthology of prominent alt-right (or more generally dissident right) thinkers and writers. It was produced to give a fair overview…

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Sociologists confused that conservatives view them as unscientific.

Sociologists confused that conservatives view them as unscientific.

A new article came out analyzing the contrast between leftists and rightist perceptions of different fields of science.  Unsurprisingly, people who tend conservative tend to view fields of “science” populated overwhelmingly with rabid social justice leftists as unscientific. I have written about this before, and have an expanded version of…

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Review of the Adnauseam (Ad Nauseam) adblocker and how to install it on chrome

Review of the Adnauseam (Ad Nauseam) adblocker and how to install it on chrome

So in my recent post, I went over google’s new and extreme policy of censorship.  I suggested that everyone install the adnauseam adblocker because it blocks ads, obviously, but also because it spoofs the ads by sending fake click data back to whoever delivers the ads. That means it sends google…

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Accepting Truth

Accepting Truth

I have had this article on the back-burner for some time, but the recent furor at google about gender disparities has forced me to dredge it back up and actually get it completed. It is, I would argue, extremely relevant while also advocating a somewhat novel approach to the insufferable…

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Human Biological and Psychological diversity

Human Biological and Psychological diversity

An important new academic paper was recently published. Many evolutionary psychologists have asserted that there is a panhuman nature, a species typical psychological structure that is invariant across human populations. Although many social scientists dispute the basic assumptions of evolutionary psychology, they seem widely to agree with this hypothesis. Psychological…

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“Do you have any advice on writing a controversial, non-fiction book?”

“Do you have any advice on writing a controversial, non-fiction book?”

I had a reader send me a message about book writing after he purchased and read my recently released book, Smart and Sexy: The Evolutionary Origins and Biological Underpinnings of Cognitive Differences Between the Sexes: Dear Sir Surely you get a lot of correspondence such as this, so hopefully you won’t…

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Power, Sex, Suicide: Or why do genders exist in the first place?

Power, Sex, Suicide: Or why do genders exist in the first place?

Image Source There has been a lot of crap happening the last few weeks, so I thought a not particularly political post might be a nice respite for some. Please bear with the large digressions in this post. It may not seem like it, but it is all related in…

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One of my favorite twitter accounts deleted (On peer review and social “science”)

Recently, one of my favorite twitter accounts was deleted. The name of the account was @realpeerreview and the main focus of this account was to take excerpts from truly retarded social “science” research papers and show how stupidly our tax money is being wasted. You can see an archive of…

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PCU

PCU

The Hestia Society has recently created an “official” forum for neoreaction and the Dark Enlightenment. One of the first forum posts asked what movies or TV shows are out there which aren’t completely drenched with progressive nonsense. As I and others have detailed, many forms of entertainment and writing are…

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The Kite Runner

The Kite Runner

I was recently asked to help a 9th grader with a “research paper” that was supposed to be related to a book he was assigned to read in class. This book was called “The Kite Runner.” I had never read this book before, so I was limited to focusing on…

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Daily Absurdity

Daily Absurdity

Short post today. First, sorry about the theme change. There was a problem with an update to my old theme so this is a stand-in until I can get the old back. If I can. This was actually an issue the developer of the theme introduced, so it is possible…

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HL Mencken Describes Hypergamy

HL Mencken Describes Hypergamy

I have heard of HL Mencken, called by some the greatest misogynist of all time, talked about in a number of different places in the manosphere and in neoreaction. Specifically, the book “In defense of Women,” written in 1918, was recommended to me and so I decided to go ahead and…

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A Neoreactionary Analysis and Review of “12 Angry Men”

A Neoreactionary Analysis and Review of “12 Angry Men”

[Spoiler alert] I recommend you watch the movie before reading this review, which includes a summary. If you have already seen it or don’t care, read on. It is currently available on Net Flix. 12 Angry Men is about a jury of twelve (all white) men who must decide whether or…

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How Cultural Marxism ruined the Mass Effect franchise

How Cultural Marxism ruined the Mass Effect franchise

When I first read about the original Mass Effect, I found myself very interested. A third person futuristic shooter with significant roleplaying elements seemed like a very unique style. Unfortunately, I did not own an X-box at the time so I did not have a chance to play the original…

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A review of “Speak” by Laurie Halse Anderson

A review of “Speak” by Laurie Halse Anderson

There are minor spoilers. This book isn’t worth reading so I wouldn’t worry about that. In high school, which was quite a long time ago, my entire class was required read the book “speak” by Laurie Anderson. A 13 year old girl goes to a party at the beginning of the story,…

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