Month: December 2012

Hagel vs Totalitarian Humanism

By Paul Gottfried I’ve no idea how former Nebraska senator and decorated Vietnam War veteran Chuck Hagel became President Obama’s preferred nominee for the job of Secretary of Defense. But when I learned about Hagel’s prospects, I was delighted. A social conservative with a skeptical view of America’s […]

Gun Control and Genocide

By Gary North Sunday, April 24th marked the 90th anniversary of the first genocide of the twentieth century: the Turkish government’s slaughter of over a million unarmed Armenians. The key word is “unarmed.” The Turks got away with it under the cover of wartime. They suffered no greater […]

Our people were always armed

From Lingit Latseen by Vince Rinehart Gun control is not for Native people. It is for people who can’t or won’t take on the sacred duty to protect their families, their people, their lands and their way of life. When I was 13 I attended a gathering of […]

Why I Don’t Much Like Liberals

By Kevin Carson Although people like Bill O’Reilly habitually refer to establishment liberals as the “far Left,” they are two very different things. What we identify as mid-20th century, New Deal liberalism is rooted in the Progressivism of the turn of the 20th century. The Progressives came largely […]

A broader-based response to shootings

By Chris Uggen I’ve been reluctant to write about the terrible events at Sandy Hook Elementary School because the wounds are still too fresh for any kind of dispassionate analysis. As a social scientist, however, I’m disappointed by the fear-mongering and selective presentations of the research evidence I’ve […]

$PLC Attacks Anarcho-Capitalists

In recent times, the SPLC has moved past attacking organized white supremacist or violent right-wing extremist groups and has begun targeting un-PC groups of virtually any kind including those with “un-leftist” views on abortion, gay rights, immigration, guns, and, apparently, economics. I have long predicted this. Look for […]

The Paranoid Style of the Israel Lobby Justin Raimondo The anti-Hagel campaign reveals the psychopathology of radical Zionism The campaign to demonize Chuck Hagel in the run up to his possible confirmation hearings as Secretary of Defense is going full swing. As I told my readers the other day, “get ready for a mudslide […]

On banning assault rifles

According to the FBI’s uniform crime report, rifles are the least used class of weapon by any kind of killer in the United States. Alabama, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Idaho, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, and West Virginia reported ZERO killings by […]

Who Will Control The Guns? Jack Donovan When people talk about guns in the aftermath of a public shooting tragedy, they argue about what “we” should do about guns in America. “We should limit the capacity of magazines. No one needs the ability to fire off hundreds of rounds.”  “We should ban […]

Why Gay Marriage Divides the World

More on the psychological origins of political beliefs: “Other research has found that liberals tend to see moral issues in terms of individual suffering or unfairness, whereas conservatives have more group-level concerns, such as loyalty, patriotism and respect for authority and tradition. Across dozens of countries, liberals are […]

The Libertarian Mind

A new study of the psychology of political beliefs indicates that Pareto was correct when he said that an individual’s political views are as much an indication of their own innate personality type and psychological makeup as much as anything else. In other words, we may be “hard-wired” […]

A Fucking Good Time

From the Inferno. ____________ Ostensibly, she’s a horny, hyper-enhanced, insatiable fuckpig, ready to give hummers to all cummers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days per year, 3 holes per session… …until the director yells “cut”, upon which she reverts to a hollow, empty, used-up […]