Category Archives: Politics

I’m Not Much Concerned With A Politician’s Sex Life

I think the allegations against Roy Moore are true. I don’t think they reflect well on him. I don’t think they’re an abomination either. I’d rather someone did this than something gay. I think Roy’s behavior is common. If I … Continue reading

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Politics & The Clergy

America’s religious leaders are even more politically divided than the rest of us https://t.co/UX8DC7Hebi — The New York Times (@nytimes) June 12, 2017 More than any other group of clergy, rabbis choose to live in white neighborhoods. Orthodox rabbis are … Continue reading

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Who Rules Whom?

Comments at Steve Sailer: * “Who? Whom?” is a great concept, but a lousy phrase. It’s meaning isn’t obvious enough, it’s a little hard to say, and it sounds too much like an owl talking. Was it translated from a … Continue reading

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Left Vs Right

Some great comments at Radix Journal: * If I had to define the essence of right vs left, I would say it’s particularism vs universalism. Clear identity vs hazy ideology. I prefer a white communist nation over a multicultural capitalist … Continue reading

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Politics Is The Polite Face Of Violence

Donald Thoresen writes Friday night: At the root of all politics is a threat of violence. Whether enacted from above or below, the ability to assert one’s political interests requires, at the very least, the threat of force. Carl Schmitt … Continue reading

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