Author Archives: Luke Ford

About Luke Ford

I've written five books (see My work has been followed by the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and 60 Minutes. I teach Alexander Technique in Beverly Hills (

What’s The Reward For Despair?

My premise for this blog post is that we tend to see the world as we are more than as it is. I notice many Trump supporters are black-pilled about Trump and about the future of the United States. I … Continue reading

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America Under Siege

Comments at Steve Sailer: * George Floyd:- On fentanyl – Heart disease- Used meth- Hypertension- Cocaine addict- Having a heart attack- Resisted arrest- Refused to get in the car- Ambulance called- Restrained (dangerous due to fentanyl)- Dies (Thanks to Stefan … Continue reading

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Rod Dreher: Language, Memory, & Soft Totalitarianism

Rod writes: “A professor pointed out to me today that one theme of Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four that’s becoming quite relevant today is how the most oppressive regime of control does not apply to the proles, but to members of the … Continue reading

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Why Do People Over-Schedule?

I notice that many people have a compulsion to be frantically busy. What do they get out of overscheduling themselves? * It enables them to detach from reality and to live in fantasy. They can imagine that they are supermen, … Continue reading

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Clausewitz in the Twenty-First Century

Here are some highlights from this 2007 book: * Carl von Clausewitz’s On War is the prism through which we have come to look at war. Certainly within Europe, and to an increasing extent outside as well, military commentators have … Continue reading

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