This is a fascinating discussion about a wide range of topics with much more substance that this dumbass election.
I generally agree with Paul’s and Joseph’s argument that as soon as they get a comfortable enough electoral majority, the Democrats will likely move toward restructuring the electoral system in a way that will essentially allow them to maintain permanent victory, through methods like court-packing, increasing the size […]
This is a pretty good overview of the totalitarian humanist ideology from a conservative perspective. Anti-authoritarian radicals of any kind (left, right, center, religious, anarchist or libertarian) need to be aware of this stuff. None of this has anything to do with one’s positions on topical issues […]
It’s important to remember that the modern American Empire is really just an extension of the British Empire, only the capital was moved from London to Washington. I’d argue (in fact, I think it’s indisputable) that the Anglo-American (Atlanticist) Empire is simply the Roman (Mediterranean) Empire of the […]
In the tradition of Nietzsche and Stirner. We need both Edmund Burke and Thomas Paine, both of whom were proto-anarchists.
Hint: It ain’t the Commies. Yours truly gets mentioned a few times in this. One thing I would add to this discussion is that the forces of totalitarian humanism will gladly purge this Antifa trash as soon as they have fully consolidated their position, just as Hitler purged […]
Conservatism, Inc. has vacillated between embracing faux wokeness and law and order rhetoric, sometimes trying to do both at the same time (see Sean Hannity). Hilarious.
Because the media is a core element of the New Clerisy, which is aligned with the left-wing of the ruling class, for which the Democratic Party is a political arm.
Trump vs. Cuomo? Two obnoxious New Yorkers pitted against each other. I suspect Paul Gottfried is correct that if Biden wins, he will be quietly shipped off to the nursing home with his vice-present (Kamala Harris, Stacey Abrams, Elizabeth Warren, Amy Klobuchar, Gretchen Whitmer) acting informally as the […]
Paul Gottfried provides a pretty good overview of US political history at the beginning of this. I don’t entirely agree with Halsey English’s paleonconnish/paleolibertarianish interpretation of US political history, but he’s correct with his observation that the traditional US republic is largely moving toward integration as province into […]
A relevant quote from the comments thread: “Capitalism requires the State in order to operate. The modern state has been reconfigured to serve neoliberal needs. Also the govt is not a household, it is the Bill Gates of the economy . When the govt cuts spending it impacts […]
No, it actually sucks.