Monthly Archives: July 2017

Interests Vs Principles

What is more important for your people — standing up for abstract principles or standing up for your people’s interests? I suppose this is generally right, but these days we may need a few barbarians to win this thing.This struggle … Continue reading

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CLASS: A Guide Through the American Status System By Paul Fussell

The New York Times had an essay today on this 1983 book. Sandra Tsingh Loh discussed it in a 2009 Atlantic article. Here are 88 pages of the book: fussell Fussell writes: …you reveal a great deal about your social … Continue reading

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Trump Open Thread

Comments at Steve Sailer: * Got to disagree on Trump’s cluelessness and/or swampiness. What’s he done in 6 months? -Installed Gorsuch rather than Garland -Reduced the refugee program from 100k to 50k, with the majority Christian for the first time … Continue reading

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We’re Blessed

We are truly blessed to be alive at this moment in time pic.twitter.com/pu1zZ259tq — Chris Cillizza (@CillizzaCNN) July 27, 2017 So proud to have the sentence “I'm not Steve Bannon, I'm not trying to suck my own cock” on @newyorker … Continue reading

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Should You Pay Your Taxes Honestly?

In my experience, there is a gulf between the civic obligations felt by WASPs (white gentile non-Catholics of northern European origins) and those felt by every other group. I keep meeting WASPs who take pains to pay the IRS everything … Continue reading

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