Daily Archives: December 16, 2017

Krampus (Redux)

On still-existing Pagan rituals in Europe: The Krampus, a two-horned, hairy creature, is the first folkloric beast photographer Charles Fréger encountered during his two-year journey through 18 European countries documenting still-practiced pagan festivals. The Krampus, a legend in Alpine countries, … Continue reading

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Murray Rothbard’s Influence on the Alt-Right

In The Baffler, liberal John Ganz discusses the life and thought of pioneer paleolibertarian Murray Rothbard, whom Ganz sees as a “philosophical harbinger of Trump and the alt-right” (“The Forgotten Man”). Here’s a nice Rothbard quote from the piece: And … Continue reading

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The Hep Stars – Christmas On My Mind (1967)

Here’s a nice ditty by the Swedish pop-psych band The Hep Stars, who would later morph into ABBA.

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