Category Archives: America

Achievements That Can’t Be Quantified

Comments at Steve Sailer: * Years ago, PJ O’Rourke remarked that liberals tend to admire achievements (or ‘achievements’) which cannot be quantified. His example was ‘the achievement of Winnie Mandela’. What we’re seeing is that (with some qualification) those who … Continue reading

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22 Minutes Of Unconditional Love

22 Minutes of Unconditional Love (8-2-20) https://t.co/wLhq9WEQ4z — (((Luke Ford))) (@lukeford) August 2, 2020 Her mom was a lesbian celebrity and now she's telling all (7-31-20) https://t.co/U5D2kIweXP — (((Luke Ford))) (@lukeford) July 31, 2020 Intimacy Vs Intensity (7-30-20) https://t.co/Bs8pvLB58Y — … Continue reading

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Boy

Jack writes: The term persists in the name “busboy” which is still used. Because of child labor laws, menial jobs that were once done by children or young teens (e.g. bellboy, shoe shine boy) are now done by full grown … Continue reading

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The Black Pill

I notice vast numbers of people on the Dissident Right are black-pilled (pessimistic about the future). This despair seems to be the dominant emotion among the comments I read on Unz.com and on Twitter. Why? I don’t think this despair … Continue reading

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David Shor’s Unified Theory of American Politics

From New York Magazine: * Clinton campaign hired pollsters to test a bunch of different messages, and for boring mechanical reasons, working-class people with low levels of social trust were much less likely to answer those phone polls than college-educated … Continue reading

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