New Articles from American New Right

Some great new stuff by Michael Parish and Ian Huyett. “White Nationalism”? Bah Humbug by Michael Parish Bowling for Common Sense by Michael Parish The Descent Into the Cultural Marxist Twilight Zone Continues by Michael Parish Penetrating the Liberal Mindset by Michael Parish The Reason for Our Discontent […]

America's Ruling Class

More required reading. This describes very well the revolution that has taken place in American politics in recent decades and the nature of the ruling class as presently constituted. The only point of contention I have with it is its nostalgia for the good old days of WASPish […]

Critique of Market Society…Well, More of a Rant

http://newrightamerica.blogspot.com/2010/08/critique-of-market-societywell-more-of.html By Michael Parish Since its emergence in early modernity, the capitalist market has been trumpeted as the natural collorary to liberal governance, and understandably so. If the state assumes the atomized individual as its theoretical basis, and the natural rights of that individual as its chief (protective) […]

Anarchism Revisted

by Quagmire Originally posted on the American New Right blog As Preston and his comrades are busily outlining a functional anti-state strategy (and as a functional anti-state movement is busily coalescing around them) they have grown into a lightning rod for thunderstorms of left-wing hysterics. These have predictably […]

Two Great Economics Articles

One from the Right, by Thomas Sowell Elites may have more brilliance, but those who make decisions for society as a whole cannot possibly have as much experience as the millions of people whose decisions they preempt. The education and intellects of the elites may lead them to […]

Identifying the Ideology of the Enemy

“In the nineteenth century, a liberal was a person who championed individual liberty in a context of laissez-faire economics, who defined liberty as the absence of coercion, and who regarded the state as an ever-present threat to personal freedom and responsibility. Today, a liberal is a person who […]

Dramatic Collapse or Gradual Decline?

Which is the future of the United States? Bill Lind has argued that the U.S. more closely resembles the Spanish empire as much as any previous “superpower” and will suffer a similar fate. The Spanish essentially bankrupted themselves through aggressive warfare and experienced gradual decline over the next […]

Updated News Digest July 16-18, 2010

American Revolutionary Vanguard: Denounced by Leftists as Fascists, by Fascists as Communists “Marcuse Is Dead…And We Have Killed Him.” -Quagmire, ATS Reader “What we fight is is _State_ socialism, leveling from above, bureaucracy; what we advocate is free association and union, the absence of authority, mind freed from […]

Without Adjectives

by Anna Morgenstern at Center for a Stateless Society If you have an interest in a stateless society, you need to understand what the state is.  Otherwise you could end up chasing shadows, and many self-proclaimed anarchists often do so, unfortunately.  When you look around you, you can […]

Updated News Digest July 4, 2010

American Revolutionary Vanguard: Denounced by Leftists as Fascists, by Fascists as Communists, “Marcuse Is Dead…And We Have Killed Him.” -Quagmire, ATS Reader “What we fight is is _State_ socialism, leveling from above, bureaucracy; what we advocate is free association and union, the absence of authority, mind freed from […]

Justice Tiny Tim?

Gottfried nails it once again in this discussion of Kagan from AltRight. An overweight Jewish lesbian, whose career seems to have been put on fast track by her political supporters both inside and outside the media and someone who if she held diametrically opposed views, would not even […]

The Myth of National-Defense

Absolutely required reading. “The sheer number of people killed by states in the twentieth century—up to 100 million, with more killed in peacetime “social reconstruction” than in wars—makes one suspect that state-provided security is extremely expensive in all respects and that meaningful alternatives have been overlooked.” -Joseph Stromberg