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Keith Preston

Vile! The Power of Taboo

By Andy Nowicki Vile: anagram is an energy In chronicling the ongoing anti-White, anti-male, anti-heteronormative ideological full-court-press of our judicial, media, and governmental overlords, it is all-too easy to find oneself flogged into a perpetual state of spluttering outrage, or thrust towards a inveterate inclination to indulge in […]

Fat, Broke and Single?

By Gavin McInnes Like the French language, the liberal brain works in reverse. Where we say “the red book,” the French say “le livre rouge.” They start with a blank book and work backwards to fill it in with rouge. Liberals start with, “All men are created equal” […]

The Vegetarian Personality

By Jim Goad I have trouble accepting the idea that Hitler was a vegetarian. He just didn’t seem that pushy. Apparently others feel the same way. When I started typing “pushy vegetarians” on Google, it auto-filled the rest after “pushy v—.” Of all the annoying identity movements under […]

Abolish Memorial Day

By Justin Raimondo  We might as well get rid of Memorial Day, for all the good it does us. Originally “Decoration Day,” the last Monday in May has been the designated time for us to remember the war dead and honor their sacrifice – while, perhaps, taking in […]

Iran: War Is Not Even the Question

By David Swanson (Remarks prepared for Richmond Peace Education Center Event in Richmond, Va., May 24, 2012) I have a friend who’s a compulsive liar. OK it’s not a friend. It’s my television. And my newspaper. According to them, the United States, as one among equals, in coalition […]

Warrantless spying fight: Obama vs Civil Liberty

By Glenn Greenwald President Barack Obama waves upon his arrival at Peterson Air Force Base, Colo., Wednesday, May 23, 2012. (Credit: AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais) In 2006, The New York Times‘ James Risen and Eric Lichtblau wonthe Pulitzer Prize for their December, 2005 article revealing that the Bush administration was eavesdropping on the […]

“We’re White, We’re Male, and We Suck!”

By Jim Goad American culture reached Peak Beta last week as three privileged white-male pundits wrote essays declaring that privileged white males suck. Lifelong morbidly obese bitchy lesbian Roger Ebert apparently dismantled the presumably elaborate series of pulleys and harnesses that enable him to orally service his adiposely domineering, melanin-drenched wife in […]

California Police Beat Man to Death

By Larry Welborn and Lou Ponsi THE LATEST: Dr. Michael Lekawa, a trauma surgeon at UCI Medical Center in Orange, spent most of the morning on the witness stand in the preliminary hearing into the death of transient Kelly Thomas. John Barnett, the attorney for Fullerton police Officer […]

How to Create an Occupy Tribe

By John Robb Hat tip to NATA-NY. There’s no question that the Occupy groups have done a great job with constructing the outlines ofresilient communities in the heart of many of our most dense urban areas. People pitch in to do work. They are considerate despite the difficulty of […]

America’s 23-Year War

By Anthony Gregory If President Obama has his way, the last U.S. troops deployed in Afghanistan could be Americans born five years after 9/11. The administration has signed a pact to maintain a military presence there until 2024. After initially claiming the rumors of such a deal were false, the administration […]

Is Modern Conservatism a Mental Illness?

By Paul Gottfried Jonah Goldberg in his new collection of meditations, The Tyranny of Clichés: How Liberals Cheat in the War of Ideas and Andrew Ferguson in his latest Weekly Standard opinion piece “The New Phrenology” complain how the other side gets nasty when depicting its well-meaning opponents. This bothers our “conservative” […]

Brave New World, Brave New Majority

By Alexander Cockburn The news is in. White births are no longer a majority in the United States. The Bureau of the Census confirms that non-Hispanic whites accounted for 49.6 of all births  in the year ending July,  2011, while minorities including Hispanics, blacks, Asians and those of […]

American Empire and the Future

By Paul Atwood The Great Recession is the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression and, like the aftermath of Katrina, or the BP calamity, or the invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan, is a man-made disaster. Many signs point to worse tidings. Many of us who live in this […]

Bet on Collapse

By Paul Craig Roberts The US financial system and, probably, the financial system of Europe, like the police, no longer serves a useful social purpose. In the US the police have proven themselves to be a greater threat to public safety than private sector criminals.  I just googled […]

Occupy: Nucleus of the New Society?

By Kevin Carson Many Occupy supporters on the Left express concern that it could be coopted by the mainstream institutional Left and harnessed to a political agenda of NPR liberalism. The recent prominence of Van Johnson’s Rebuild the Dream and MoveOn.org seems to provide at least superficial justification […]

The State and Capital: A Love Affair

By David D’Amato “President Barack Obama,” Fox News reports, “says the big trading loss at JPMorgan Chase shows the need for Congress to put more teeth into Wall Street reforms.” Touting the new rules, the President stated that the goal is to “discourage big banks and financial institutions from […]

Rob Reiner: Funny as Ever

By Kevin Carson Rob Reiner, in a recent interview with Chris Matthews, showed that while he may have moved on to directing and producing, he’s still a comedic actor at heart. Reiner, best known as Archie’s son-in-law “Meathead” on “All in the Family,” told Matthews — with a […]

What Does Ron Paul Want?

By Justin Raimondo This is the question puzzling Paul’s friends, as well as his enemies. A recentannouncement by the campaign that the anti-interventionist Congressman andpresidential candidate is not spending money in the remaining primary states provoked a Drudge headline: “Paul Out.” That is the GOP Establishment’s fondest wish, but the reality is that Paul is far […]

The Antietam of the Culture War

Note: Any serious anarchist and libertarian strategy needs to recognize that the culture wars are primarily a conflict with the upper middle class with the Left being the overall winner, and  with the rest of U.S. society divided on predictable socio-economic (i.e. class) lines. By Pat Buchanan It […]

Occupy: Nucleus of the New Society?

By Kevin Carson Many Occupy supporters on the Left express concern that it could be coopted by the mainstream institutional Left and harnessed to a political agenda of NPR liberalism. The recent prominence of Van Johnson’s Rebuild the Dream and MoveOn.org seems to provide at least superficial justification […]