Monthly Archives: December 2017

The Disruptive Power Of The Red Pill

Richard Spencer writes about the Paul Nehlen phenomenon: Getting “red pilled” is one of the most inspiring—and traumatic—things ever to happen to us. It changes us, and not just how we look at politics, history, and society; it changes our … Continue reading

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Is Gay Happiness Not Worth A Mazal Tov?

Ari Shane Weitz writes: After my boyfriend Avidan and I got engaged at the end of October, our friends and family — both our given and chosen families — congratulated and applauded this milestone. They were celebrating our happiness and … Continue reading

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Alt Right Torah – Parasha Shemot (Exodus 1-6)

My tradition teaches a message of radical inclusion and love. Will you sit down and learn Torah with me, and learn love? Watch live. Wikipedia: “The parashah tells of the Israelites’ affliction in Egypt, the hiding and rescuing of the … Continue reading

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West Coast Straussianism Explained

It sounds like Michael Anton just emailed Steve Sailer: … I apologize in advance for the rambling. Like Pascal, I don’t have time to write something short. … You write: I’m more than a little vague on how the different … Continue reading

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The Orientals

* “The Orientals are—well, discreet’s not really the word, but they aren’t like the Negroes and the Jews, they don’t push in where they’re not wanted.” Didion, Joan. Slouching Towards Bethlehem: Essays * “It is not that Punahou is not … Continue reading

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