Month: May 2016

Autopsy on a Lost Referendum

By Sean Gabb Libertarian Alliance Though we have nearly four weeks yet of campaigning, I find it hard to believe that the European Referendum will end in other than a crushing defeat for the Leave Campaign. For many on our side, this will be the end of their […]

Radio Wehrwolf: Keith Preston

On tonight’s edition of Radio Wehrwolf we invite Keith Preston from Attack the System to talk about his new book, The Tyranny of the Politically Correct: Totalitarianism in the Postmodern Age. We discuss the origins of PC, the totalitarianism of the SJWs, the states use of force to […]

The Alternative Right – An Autopsy

The article below is an interesting critique of the alleged failures of the Alternative Right from Eugene Montsalvat, who holds to an “anti-capitalist nationalist” perspective. I agree with some of this critique, and disagree with other parts, though I generally share Eugene’s view that the the alt right’s […]

Globalism, a tired philosophy

By D.J. Webb Libertarian Alliance Something interesting is afoot. We appear to be witnessing the re-emergence of the nation-state. Although it is true that the Western powers have for decades followed anti-national policies, ones that have unpicked much of the cultural fabric of a historic nation-state, geopolitical realities […]

Remembering the Massacre of MOVE

 Reading about the entire incident at National Public Radio. A policeman stands guard on Pine Street in West Philadelphia near the remains of 61 row houses days after they were destroyed by fire on May 13, 1985, when police dropped explosives into a house occupied by members of […]

An Interview with Keith Preston

This is an interview I recently gave to a journalist who is writing a book on political undercurrents in the U.S. Can you tell me a little bit about the American Revolutionary Vanguard and what it stands for? American Revolutionary Vanguard was founded in the late 1990s by […]

The Next Conservatism: What Is Conservatism?

By William S. Lind Traditional Right In this series of columns, we are exploring The Next Conservatism, the last book Paul Weyrich and I wrote together. It offers something this election year needs, namely a conservatism that addresses the issues of today and tomorrow, not yesterday. Ronald Reagan’s agenda […]

Trump Fans and ‘Social Justice Warriors,’ Two Sides of the Same Authoritarian Coin

By Elizabeth Nolan Brown Reason At first blush, the anti-political correctness crusaders that make up Donald Trump’s online army have little in common with the so-called “social justice warriors” they claim to abhor. Some will even argue that trigger-warning-happy, intolerance-intolerant campus activists and their digital counterparts are actually driving […]

What Can Gold do for Our Money?

By Stefan Gleason One of the chief virtues of a gold standard is that it serves as a restraint on the growth of money and credit. It makes runaway government deficit spending and major monetary catastrophes such as hyperinflation practically impossible. Opponents of a gold standard can’t defend […]