Another “isolated incident.”
Nice work, Andrew and friends! Read about the protest on the Occidental Dissent site.
Alex Kurtagic interviews Dr. Kevin MacDonald. Agree with all of MacDonald’s views or not, lack of courage is not one of his faults. It takes some backbone to hold these kinds of beliefs in the academic world.
The Black metropolis of Detroit is, in many respects, a “food desert” where “both economic and physical barriers stand between people and their access to healthy and affordable foods.” But D-Town activists believe the people can grow and organize themselves out of the desert, through urban agriculture. “In […]
…is that uber-psycho-fruitcake John McInsane is not president. Richard Spencer explains why.
Maury Knutson takes down the high priestess of greed.
We know the answer to that one, don’t we?
Kevin DeAnna of Youth for Western Civilization explains why.
Check out the blog of Timothy P. Carney. This guy does a pretty good number on the corporate state from a conservative-libertarian perspective.
Maury Knutson explains here and here.
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During the reign of George W. Bush, I generally argued that the foundational issues for the construction of a genuine resistance movement in the USA should be the growth of the police state and the increasingly aggressive nature of American foreign policy, and that the primary method of […]
Rarely do I find a single article that illustrates the immensely sharp and important differences between genuine radicalism and the totalitarian humanist outlook of the Left establishment. But this article by Thaddeus Russell illustrates the difference very clearly. The content of this article illustrates as well as anything […]
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Once again, Pat Buchanan reveals himself to be the most sensible of any foreign policy commentator who is relatively mainstream or well-known. Read the article at Taki’s Mag. There really is no substitute for hard-nosed realism.
by Jack Ross http://www.amconmag.com/postright/2011/02/06/reagan-at-100/ The need to finally blog about something other than Egypt moves me to acknowledge the gathering out of the TAC vault to acknowledge the Reagan centennial. Dan came closest to nailing it of anyone in this review for Reason, that he was an enormously […]
We’re gonna get you yet, Georgie! I’m sure Vincent Bugliosi is thrilled with this news.
Justin Raimondo summarizes what’s going on there. Jesse Walker offers some thoughts as Reason. Paul Pillar of The National Interest argues that fears of an Islamic fundamentalist seizure of power in Egypt are overblown. David Lindsay at The American Conservative offers a similar analysis. John Glaser weighs in […]
History is not an uninterrupted natural development. Again and again development has stopped in one particular territory only to emerge somewhere else. Egypt, the Near East, the Mediterranean shores and Central Europe have all in turn been centers of historical development. But every time the pattern has been […]
Paul Craig Roberts discusses the American police state. Considering the data, one might conclude that the police are a greater danger to the public than are criminals. Indeed, the trauma from police assault can be worse than from assault by criminals. The public thinks the police are there […]
RJ from the Las Vegas N-A group has put together a wonderful new propaganda film for ARV/ATS. View it in full on Youtube. And be sure to subscribe to RJ’s video channel as well. His work features much ARV/ATS related material.
Said Murray Rothbard of what the New Left had become at the end of the 1960s: To contemplate America in the grip of the Weathermen or Women’s Lib is to envision a truly nightmare world. Not only does Dick Nixon shine in comparison; I would venture to predict […]
Kirkpatrick Sale praises Bakunin and Sheldon Richman discusses “free-market anti-capitalism.” Jesse Walker weighs in at Reason. It’s looks like I was somewhat ahead of my time in suggesting that an appropriate audience for anarchist ideas in 21st century America might be the forces of right-wing populism or small […]
This is a hilarious take down of the PC hypocrites. Read the whole thing at Counter-Currents. The main proponents of multiculturalism as a means of enrichment are usually leftist college professors and other pundits. They speak of culture, but the majority of them actually know very little about […]
President Carter named in $5 million lawsuit over his “Palestine” book
An ominous example of what happens when a revolution goes awry. Watch it here. Read the timeline of events on Wikipedia. Some of the more obvious lessons of the failed Iranian revolution: 1. a revolution must have intelligent and competent leadership. 2. counter-institutional structures capable of filling a […]
A discussion of the mutualist/Proudhonian theory of property rights from Shawn Wilbur’s blog. This is actually an issue that I’m personally agnostic on. I think a case can be made for this position (generally) but I have some reservations about it as well, certainly enough reservations to prevent […]
Gerald Celente thinks so.
by Justin Raimondo http://original.antiwar.com/justin/2011/02/01/egypt-battle-of-the-narratives/ From from showing that the Egyptian uprising is a CIA plot to get rid of a longtime client, the cable shows the complete incompetence and moral blindness of the Obama administration and the US diplomatic corps in general. Meeting with a few members of […]
Read about it here. (hat tip to Miles Joyner)
The latest candidate for the Darwin award. We see some pretty bizarre lawsuits at times around here, but Consumerist points us to one that takes bizarre lawsuits to a new level — involving a guy suing an escort firm for almost getting him arrested, even though the potential […]
Two, three, many Joseph Sobrans would likely lead to a serious influx of former conservatives into our camp. He briefly ran for Vice President of the United States on the Constitution Party ticket in 2000, soon finding out that it was against the law to make a living […]
From Uhuru News: The question is whether the resistance of the African community will continue to be unorganized and isolated or if it will become organized to overturn the occupation that it responds to. InPDUM says that it must be organized! It is with organization that we gain […]
Walter Williams explains why. What needs to be done is not rocket science. Our black ancestors, just two, three, four generations out of slavery, would not have tolerated school behavior that’s all but routine today. The fact that the behavior of many black students has become acceptable and […]
Jaenelle Antas on the hypocrisy of the chattering classes. Historically, the multiculturalist experiment has failed everywhere. It leads to deep division and conflict. In the West, the problem will never be solved as long as we have an establishment that keeps pretending that we can all get along, […]
Kevin Carson explains why. In yet another SWAT drug raid on the wrong house, as reported by Radley Balko (“Another Isolated Incident,” Reason, Jan. 13), the uniformed thugs pulled the father (David McKay) outside in his underwear, pointed a gun at the 13-year-old daughter and — standard operating […]
Kevin Carson on the greatest lie American political class. American foreign policy is aimed at guaranteeing American corporations a supply of “safe, reliable and affordable” fuel from the Persian Gulf and Caspian Sea oil basins. It’s aimed at making sure foreign governments recognize and enforce the “intellectual property” […]
Richard Spencer has a new blog up discussing the latest trials and tribulations of American Renaissance. View it here. Richard discusses the back story to these events here. This is the second year in a row American Renaissance has run into difficulty attempting to exercise its rights of […]
Anarcho-communism suburban family style. Watch the video.
Check out the RJWeapon video channel. There’s some great stuff on this.
Because they’re hungry. See this very good analysis from Richard Spencer. As David Hacket Fischer demonstrated in his monumental work The Great Wave (1996), commodity-price spikes—and related governmental interventions—regularly coincide with political violence and “regime change.” The 18th century, for instance, was an era of higher prices and […]
from Al Jazeera English.
by Sheldon Richman http://www.fff.org/comment/com1101o.asp What is American politics coming to? I just watched a joint interview with Ralph Nader and Rep. Ron Paul — and they were mostly on the same side! Nader has spent his life promoting government intervention in the economy. Paul has spent his life […]