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Keith Preston

Pink Police State Comes For Your Kids

There is an interesting “culture war” dynamic being played out in this case. A conservative Muslim with an allegedly autistic and transgender kid versus the medical profession in a blue zone. By Rod Dreher, The American Conservative Yesterday I wrote about how Alphonso David, the head of the […]

What James Carville Knows

Watch for the Democrats (currently led by arch police statists Biden and Harris) to move toward stronger “law and order” rhetoric in the future. There will be three purposes for doing so: pacifying a general public concerned about rising crime rates, winning over swing voters from the right, […]

Antifa: History and Tactics | Andy Ngo

Andy Ngo Author, Unmasked: Inside Antifa’s Radical Plan to Destroy Democracy This speech was given at a Hillsdale College National Leadership Seminar in Franklin, TN. Support Hillsdale College:… Visit our website: Learn from our online courses: Read Imprimis: Undergraduate programs:… Graduate School of […]

Oh, Did I Offend You? GOOD!

I’m neither an LP member nor an orthodox libertarian, so I don’t get a “vote” in this. But this is what a real “subversive” movement would look like: First, openly and unabashedly attack the Israeli and Saudi lobbies and US subsidies to these countries, which will immediately have […]

How America Fractured Into Four Parts

By George Packer, The Atlantic People in the United States no longer agree on the nation’s purpose, values, history, or meaning. Is reconciliation possible? Nations, like individuals, tell stories in order to understand what they are, where they come from, and what they want to be. National narratives, […]

Revolutions of 1989

The Wikipedia entry on the wave of revolutions that impacted the Communist world in the late 80s/early 90s is generally accurate from a historical perspective, and worth reading. The impression these events made on me at the time was the realization that revolutions could be carried out in […]

No, Small Isn’t Beautiful

The commies at Jacobin mag share Big Capital’s disdain for small business. Incidentally, I’ve seen this article criticized by “small is beautiful” leftists who were also zealous proponents of the covid shutdowns. By Matt Bruenig, Jacobin The power of big business needs to be confronted. But the solution […]