Category Archives: Politics

Rod Tastes the Wrath

Dreher writes: “The alt-right in the US can’t stand me, considering me a Christian cuck,” before bemoaning how a prog in Australia (fellow white person Nick Riemer) wants to deplatform him. We don’t hate you, Rod. We just want you … Continue reading

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Why Wealthy White Counties are the Most Politically Intolerant

Rod Dreher makes some observations about The Atlantic’s recent piece on how wealthy (white) progressive counties (with lots of POCs) are the Most Politically Intolerant, while poorer (white) counties are the Least Politically Intolerant. As becomes apparent, the most intolerant … Continue reading

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Rod Dreher Wants to Smash the Establishment

Rod Dreher has a piece on young French Catholics arguably coalescing into an indentifiable socio-political force. The post is a rejoinder to a longer piece by Mark Lilla in the NY Review of Books. In that piece, Lilla writes of … Continue reading

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Angry Asians on ‘Crazy Rich Asians’

Jiayang Fan, of the Sarah Jeong Defense Space Force, reviews Crazy Rich Asians, and of course slavishly works out the woke aspects of the film vs. its microaggressive stereotypes (“How to Watch “Crazy Rich Asians” Like an Asian-American”). With an … Continue reading

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Is There Any Point to Protesting?

What role mass protests (and movement politics) have in our decentralized, spontaneous, cell phone era is a conundrum for both the Radical Left and the Alt Right. Though naturally focused on various Marxist scholars’ analyses, this New Yorker piece is … Continue reading

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The Alternative Hypothesis

After reading this Alt-Right-inside-baseball interview with Ryan Faulk (aka The Alternative Hypothesis), I checked out his YT channel: The Alternative Hypothesis. Check out this stellar 13 min video. Great stuff.

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Dowd on BO’s “Ahead of My Time” Comment

I have been perplexed by what Zero meant when he said to Ben Rhodes: “Sometimes I wonder whether I was 10 or 20 years too early”. A pretty good explanation comes, of all places, from Maureen Dowd: As president, Obama … Continue reading

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NYT: Being a Housewife is Tantamount to White Supremacy

I thought, per the NYT & others, that the Alt Right was ‘dead’. Why, then, the need for hit pieces every other day? I see the frequency of such pieces as a fairly reliable gauge of how healthy the Alt … Continue reading

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Is Richard Spencer the Alt Right’s Timothy Leary?

In The Spectator, Sam Leith asks “Might LSD be good for you?” There is something of a parallel between the sociology of psychedelics research and promotion and the Alt Right as a research and social movement. And there’s an uncanny … Continue reading

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Rod Dreher’s Implicitly White Weekend

Rod Dreher reports on his Weekend At The (implicitly white) Bruderhof, which saw Ross Douthat discussing Patrick Deneen (Why Liberalism Failed) thesis: Douthat said there’s tension between that prescription and the description Deneen gives of a late modern civilization that … Continue reading

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